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7. "I think this concept has been taken a little too far"
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There are differences betwen undergrad institutions. The concepts are the same and IF YOU DO WELL, your choice of school will have little impact on your opportunities.

But what it takes to do well can be very different between schools. The workload, available resources and quality of students can be very different.

I mean, I got an engineering degree from MD and I've known or met engineering students at several HBCU's

I'd say FAMU's engineering education was on par with MD (but FAMU's engineering school is FSU). NC A&T was on par.

Howard, in my opinion, was not. The people I saw that transferred in said they were doing WAY more work at MD than they ever had to do at Howard. My cousin is there with a 3.8 and I know he's not getting as deep as I did at Maryland.

If you did really well at both, you could still get into just about any grad program you wanted, but I feel you'd be better prepared coming out of MD or any other school that has a rigourous engineering program.

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white mans books are inherently more knowledgy. [View all] , Binlahab, Thu Mar-26-15 01:35 PM
 
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this is all wrong, but i'm still riding with you 100%
Mar 26th 2015
1
I think there was a time Howard was better than Harvard
Mar 26th 2015
2
lawd my people. this must be how harriet tubman felt.
Mar 26th 2015
4
I'll give you &quot;More&quot; as in pure numbers
Mar 26th 2015
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      but they SHOULD be @ Howard. thats the point
Mar 26th 2015
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RE: I think there was a time Howard was better than Harvard
Mar 26th 2015
10
'text books'...LOL.
Mar 26th 2015
11
depended on the class at GT
Mar 26th 2015
20
when was this time? lol
Mar 26th 2015
19
to be clear, my opinion on the matter is regarding MY child/ren...
Mar 26th 2015
3
i have family who graduated from lower ranked schools
Mar 26th 2015
9
      Yeah... to Bin's point though, USC isn't necessarily better than Howard
Mar 26th 2015
14
           probably. but i dunno.
Mar 26th 2015
16
naw.
Mar 26th 2015
8
Cornell West taught at Harvard and Princeton, not Howard and Hampton...
Mar 26th 2015
12
I am pretty sure Cornell West was a terrible instructor.
Mar 26th 2015
17
      He took a whole month off from classes to help with a presidential campa...
Mar 26th 2015
18
Nah they're not the same... at all
Mar 26th 2015
13
believe you I do not. more people you do need. - hatin ass yoda nm
Mar 26th 2015
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Why Am I Always Defending My HBCU Education to Other Black People?
Mar 27th 2015
21
SPEAK ON IT!!!!
Mar 27th 2015
22
i dont know about hbcu's
Mar 27th 2015
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