The University Of North Carolina At Wilmington

1315 WordsFeb 17, 20156 Pages
Statistics show that after high school, many graduates tend to end their education. Many people do not choose to continue their education and attend college. My goal is to not be a part of this statistic. After I graduate from Wayne Early Middle College High School with my high school diploma and my two-year Associate in Science degree, I hope to transfer to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. According to newly released facts by the Business Journal, the University of North Carolina at Wilmington was ranked as one of the top 50 business schools in the nation. This influences my desire to attend even more as I plan to major in business administration. People have different reasons for choosing their majors in college. I want…show more content…
Of this list, I chose UNC-W for a number of reasons. The main reason I chose this school was the location. UNC-W is centered in one of the largest cities in North Carolina. Within just a few miles, there is access to the beach and there is access to a flourishing city. Wilmington is also known for its breathtaking landscape. Being only an hour and a half from Goldsboro, I can quickly get home if needed. The University of North Carolina at Wilmington is known for its size, for the price reasonability, and for the Cameron School of Business. Upon acceptance to UNC-W, I plan to attend the Cameron School of Business. In this area, you can specialize in different aspects such as accounting, marketing, and human resource. The Cameron School of Business also has contact to an organization called the Cameron Executive Network. This is a program where retired and current senior executives mentor students in the business school. The size of UNC-W is very reasonable. In the fall 2014 semester, there were 14,611 students, both graduate and undergraduate, enrolled. The student-faculty ratio is 16:1. The cost of attending UNC-W is very sensible, as the annual budget for the
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