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Managerial Psychology was the most fun and interesting class I took, both because the professor was an entertaining and enthralling lecturer and because we had the opportunity to apply the concepts we learned in class to a real-world project.Kirtana Raja '09
Managerial Psychology was the most fun and interesting class I took, both because the professor was an entertaining and enthralling lecturer and because we had the opportunity to apply the concepts we learned in class to a real-world project.
Kirtana Raja '09
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