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UConn's business program is unique in that the school does a great job hiring teachers that worked in the field they're teaching so they bring great real world experience into their lessons.
I have gotten an extremely well rounded education. General Education prerequisites all have seemed to have tied themselves into my higher level courses so I don't feel as though those were a waste. I feel like it was an excellent funnel approach, taking the very general courses easing into the harder ones and made me feel more prepared and satisfied. I also feel strongly about my study abroad experience, it absolutely helped me grow and develop into the person I am today and would be much farther behind without it. The staff is also very willing to help out with students concerns and needs and do what it takes to make us all succeed.
The faculty is always ready to help out if I have a question or a problem. In reference to some of the other schools on campus, I think that professors in the school of business are more willing to do this than others. Their accessibility is great and appreciated. In regards to the Accounting department specifically, they did an excellent job in setting up events with recruiters from public accounting firms and preparing us for the job search. I feel that I was much more prepared to apply and interview for my position because of their efforts.
Expand the pool of potential employers the school connects students to.
The Career development office it the best the country. They bend over backward to help find employment.
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