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Susan Daniels

Professor in the Management department

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Recommended. If you read the texts (2 of them) and the slides, you will pass the quizzes and tests. Earnestly cares that her students learn the material. Very knowledgable. Tells you exactly what to expect for quizzes and tests, and provides numerous resources for extra credit. If you put any kind …more of effort into this class, you'll pass no problem. less
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Great teacher and clearly loves her job unlike most professors. There is a lot of class work but if you show you are trying she will help you with whatever. Very clear on what is on tests and quizzes. Gives extra credit every week. If you fail her class or don't like her, then you clearly weren't …more trying. less
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Do not take her. This class reminded me of High School. So much stupid participation and learned nothing from it. Written Quizzes once a week that count for a large part of your grade. Group work is unspecific and she grades harsh. Super nice lady but should be teaching high school, not a college …more class. I like learning business but learned NOTHING less
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Teaches how to succeed outside of school instead of teaching how to pass a test. This is becoming more and more rare.
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Any time I have a class where attendance is mandatory on a higher level college course I'm immediately frustrated. She gives a quiz EVERY SINGLE WEEK, and the quizzes are hard and you need to study for them and memorize a lot of material. The good news is that if you show up to every class and try …more just a little you will pass. Lots of extra credit. less
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Her written quizzes are hard if you are bad at memorization. Each quiz includes extra credits, so it is easy to earn extra points. She is a great teacher, but too much work for an elective course. I will take her again, though.
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No one in my class intended to be Project Managers. By the end of the class more than half of everyone wanted to be a Project Manager. Ive never met a professor that inspires students like she did. Fun, exciting and has real world knowledge.
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Wow... what a great professor. Best I've ever had. Caring. Very fair. She also has a _lot_ of experience in the project management field. You'll really need to study for this class. There's a lot of material to cover. Take her class!
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Great professor and knows her subject. I would take her again. A in the class
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She brings real world experience to the class room with a sense of humor. You learn not only the concepts and theories, but how to really use them. Lots of extra credit opportunities; take advantage of them.
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Professor qualifications determine the quality of education students get at a university. Thus, student reviews of professors are an essential part of choosing an institution to attend. Here, you can find a number of student reviews on the work and skills of Susan Daniels, a Professor in the Management department at University of North Florida . The university is located in Florida, USA. The institution requires professionalism from its teaching staff and regular training courses attendance to maintain a high level of educational skills.

This university professor has received 22 reviews from former and current students, as well as some other guests. The majority of the submitted reviews are positive. 21 people note the high quality of professor’s classes. 1 comments find the skills of Susan Daniels lacking in a certain area of academic abilities of teacher-student relations.

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