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Business Fellows Program

nitinkaryanitinkarya Registered User Posts: 215 Junior Member
edited November 2013 in Baylor University
Anyone in this program or know someone who is in this program and can share their experiences? I am interested in studying Electrical/Computer Engineering and was wondering if this program would suit me well. Thanks a lot.
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Replies to: Business Fellows Program

  • BUbearsBUbears Registered User Posts: 42 Junior Member
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  • soserenesoserene Registered User Posts: 92 Junior Member
    met with Dr. Seward, head of BBF and was very impressed with the program. Basically if u want flexibility in your schedule and want a double-major in business, it's perfect no matter what your other majors/interests. I for example want to minor music and do Honors, which would be difficult without the flexibilty of Fellows- you basically get to create your curriculum with Dr. Seward.
  • turnerhome5turnerhome5 Registered User Posts: 31 Junior Member
    How strict is the 1400 SAT requirement of Crit reading/math. My son has a 1370. Should he retake and then apply or apply and if not accepted, take the SAT again?
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