I'm inquiring about the value of a degree from RHIT, the facilities, how they develop players, campus life, etc. I may be interested in going into a field other than engineering (economics, applied mathematics, data science), and would like to know how the non-engineering programs are. I plan on going to grad school after my undergrad if that's at all relevant. I've heard really good things about the coaching staff, and it seems like Rose has seen some success this past decade, and if anyone has any experiences that they feel comfortable sharing, I would really appreciate it. Thanks.
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Rose-Hulman has an excellent reputation, mainly for engineering. I see that almost all the baseball players major in some sort of engineering, with a couple in math. There is an Economics major. I don't know about the baseball, though.
Neighbour's son went there and she raved about how well her somewhat ordinary (academically) son did there. Only complaint she had was the price. No info on baseball, sorry.
Appreciate the responses. Anyone have any personal experiences with the baseball program?
Did you not find any data for the summer teams or are you sure that no one plays summer league baseball?