With one in four students pursuing an education degree, Eastern Michigan University "is very much a teaching university known for teaching future teachers." Students report that "many classes, even if they are not in the School of Education, have a slant [toward] teaching in some way, which is interesting, if not always relevant to non-education majors." This emphasis sometimes overshadows Eastern's other strengths, which students tell us include "all the different science disciplines from biology to zoology," the nursing program, a social work program that "advocates for social and economic justice and is a great place to learn," and a popular business program (claiming one in five undergra
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