There's no theoretical reason a Chico State grad can't be just as good a
film maker as an SC grad, but there's no comparing the quality of education
between the two schools.
again you show your lack of tact. if you compare an average college with an
University, in the same price class their about the same.
I'm not comparing Cal-state to Stanford but an average College and Unv. are
about the same if they weren't you couldn't transfer and use all of the
credits amassed. I can tell you two never went to either.
You're an idiot. Cal State Northridge is pretty good school, in fact, their
program for teachers is one of the best. But their compareablly priced to UCLA,
which is ranked above CSUN in every arena outside of the teacher-training
program. Cost is little or no reflection on the quality of a school.
UCLA, which is ranked above CSUN in every arena outside of the
teacher-training program. Cost is little or no reflection on the quality of
no you have shown the whole board that you know nothing, if cost had nothing
to do with the school then why wouldn't they charge the same price.
how close are CSUN & UCLA??
Prestige factor. The bottom line is that a G35 is as good a car as a 330i, but
BMW gets several thousand dollars more for loaded 330s than Infiniti gets for
loaded G35s. Same with schools, CSUN's teacher training program is the best in
the nation, and their film school is now in the top 10. But UCLA is
unquestioningly a better school overall and it's tuition is nearly the same as
I'm about 20-25 minutes from CSUN and about 35-40 from UCLA. I also happen to
be very familiar with both campuses, and know people who go to both schools.
Moreover, a realitive of mine was a professor at CSUN for many years and during
the campus renovations, they named a screening room in the film department
after him and his wife.
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