MoneyTalk wrote: ↑Apr 3rd, 2012 3:14 amI also assure you, there is no such things as "Easy As" in this program (I can't speak about the past, but as of now that is not true). Here is a post on the course website from my Professor (Alison Kemper),
"I have been given fierce direction that the mean I report to SAS at the end of the semester has to be around 63%. There are not a lot of high grades I can give out, I am afraid."
Are you taking 1010 as well? I might be in the same class as you
Anyways, I'm finding the program relatively difficult as well (I'm in my first year right now). With regards to the prof, all of the profs I've had are qualified enough to teach the course. However, it has been a mixed bag and I've had a fair share of bad profs. Also, with regards to the student population, I agree that the student body in the regular adms program is not at the same caliber as the students in Schulich or other top business programs, but that doesn't mean that the students are at a disadvantage. There's tons of resources around that'll help the students excel as long as they're willing to put in the effort to do so. It's the same in any institution, whether you're in Ivey or Schulich, that if you don't put in the effort to fully utilize the resources available, you won't fully benefit from going to the institution in the first place.