The professor's at the University of Texas at Arlington "are really passionate about what they teach." It is "hard to find a class that is uninteresting or uninspiring!" In addition, students say individualized attention is first-rate; "The professors will tell a student from day one to feel free to contact them if they need help with anything; this is very beneficial and shows that they want to help the students succeed." Students in the English department specifically boast professors here are "fanatics for their subject" and committed to "students' academic progress." In addition, the music department "has overwhelmingly excellent professors." Other notable majors include the
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