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-The part time MBA program has great instructors, flexible schedule, and an extensive curriculum in which you learn valuable application to real work. I love the small classes and the students you get to build a relationship with. The types of projects you get to do is fun and allows you to reach out to Fortune 100 and 500 companies. We get to hear great speakers from different organizations as well. There is always something going on.
-I felt that classes were too theoretical and not enough hands on, real world business experience. As part time, I felt that classes were watered down due to a lot of students not having sufficient background/mathematical experience in undergrad or have insufficient time due to work schedules, etc.
-The program is rich in contents, delivered by capable and experienced instructors, and student body is diverse in terms of nationality and industry. Also, the campus is located in a beautiful and easy to access area.
-The university could have done a better job at providing service accommodations uniquely directed at part-time MBA students, such as: cafe (coffee) service after 8pm; extended book store hours; extended business office hours.
-The faculty and focus on current theories and practices are what makes the Chapman program so fantastic. I found it extremely fulfilling, both academically and intrinsically, and would encourage anyone looking to advance their knowledge and expertise in business to consider Chapman.
-Chapman could add a greater variety of classes, particularly electives. In addition they could focus more on leadership and critical thinking and analysis. I did enjoy the small class sizes, about 20 per elective class and about 25-30 in most other classes.
-Great private university. Has a very personable feel to it from the architecture and layout of the campus, through to the faculty and fellow classmates. You definitely didn't feel like just a number.
-I believe that more emphasis on the subject area of Finance would be a major improvement. Finance is one of the most important areas in business, and I feel that it is somewhat neglected at Chapman in favor of Marketing and Entrepreneurship.
-All throughout the program, and even after graduation, I felt like I was part of a community with a history of excellence. I am proud of my accomplishment, and proud of the school I attended.
-I think the school might need to reconsider how the summer session is structured. Six-week courses are pretty intense and I don't believe they're appropriate for a part time MBA program. Group work during a summer session is difficult to organize given the hectic schedule and very short time frame.
-The MBA program was great and the professors were very knowledgeable. In addition the campus at Chapman was very clean and well maintained which made it enjoyable to go to school. Overall, I would recommend Chapman to future MBA students.
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