The most often noted as dissatisfying courses were: career counseling (10.
Student Affairs courses would be dissatisfying to 50% of respondents, research/statistics and substance abuse were each rated as likely to be dissatisfying by 38% of respondents, and 28% believed career counseling would be dissatisfying.
Respondents were also asked to identify a particularly satisfying course and a particularly dissatisfying course and to answer several open-ended questions regarding factors contributing to the level of satisfaction.
The most commonly identified dissatisfying courses were testing/assessment (25%), career counseling (23%), and re search/statistics (10%).
In relation to students, dissatisfying elements were identified.