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Texas A&M or Texas Tech

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Replies to: Texas A&M or Texas Tech

  • BeaudreauBeaudreau Registered User Posts: 1,082 Senior Member
    Never mind, the estimator does not work for transfer students.
  • rachelallynrachelallyn Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    I am a current Senior Kinesiology major at TTU and I have nothing but fantastic things to say about Tech's program. The students and faculty work so well together and every year it seems to improve. Each year when new hires are being interviewed, they have an hour long presentation to current Kinesiology students and current professors listen to our opinions. The professors are incredibly talented and do a lot of research that gets the students in the program involved.
    Most of my friends are Kinesiology majors and are in the process of applying to graduate/profession programs and have had a ton of success. I truly believe that this program produces a great candidate for any job position or graduate program. I have so many great things to say about this program and I have faith that it is only going to get better and better.
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