|By White GUy on Tuesday, December 31, 2002 - 03:35 am: Edit|
I'm probably going to major in political science in college, and am worried that if I go to a big school there won't be much class discussion. I'll probably end up at UCLA or UC Berkeley because my family can't really afford a private school (and I'm white, so I get no sympathy in the form of financial aid). What are everyone's thoughts on how important class size and discussion is for a poli sci major (or any other major at that) and if anyone goes to UCLA or Berkeley, how much discussion is there? Thanks
|By 3 on Tuesday, December 31, 2002 - 12:57 pm: Edit|
Say you're in a huge lecture class say M,W,F. You'll break down into small discussion groups led by a T/A T,Th and that's when your major discussions will take place. However, most classes aren't large lecture classes, and you'll be able to go in and talk to your prof during his office hours if you don't feel like you're having enough discussion.
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