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The community feeling of the school is great. My classmates were truly inspirational people who really helped me get to the next level. Some of my professors did everything they could to be as accommodating as possible.
Overall, a more structured orientation to university resources, classroom expectations, and project management techniques would have benefited students in all classes across the board.
The program culminated with an international consulting project that was a great learning experience and a perfect capstone to the program.
There should be some prerequisite classes. There was some time wasted on fundamental material that students should have been expected to know as they entered the program.
I took the elective Doing Business in London and it made the program for me. These types of electives (abroad 1-2 week courses) should be offered every semester (except the first) to allow all students to at least participate in one (and maybe more than one).
Career service was not involved with the EMBA students and should have been. Mentoring would have been helpful. Greater involvement with Fordham alumni and the EMBA community would have been well received.
The university supplies the students with an amazing collaborative vibe among students. That is its strength. The ability to build life long bonds with classmates that are looking to help each other while other programs create "kill or be killed" mind sets across classmates. Play to that strength, and realize MBA programs are in the business of advancing people's lives...and nothing can do that more than the connections between people.
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