I'm shocked that a business school would only have one or two professors in one or their undergraduate Finance course. Each professor having over 200 students! Why is that? is it because of time, funding or even experience. Poor students are left to grapple with their assignment and overworked, stressed out professors. Often time this spirals down to students competing for attention. Students should be given an option to choose who they want to be taught by. Some students prefer female professors. There should be a gender equality when hiring for STEM tutors/professors, especially. So after working two jobs in summer and taking a finance class in fall, paying a $1600 tuition and fees, paying for your room and board, shopping, books and misc. And you still don't have the option to choose who will teach you certainly doesn't sound right.
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