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Chapman is so focused on improving the caliber and reputation of their program that they are very open-minded about every request. The school is constantly coming up with new ways to improve originating from the school and the students.
Career services needs to be more professional.
The combination of the students and professors is what set this program apart from other programs I have seen. My MBA colleagues have learned from me as I have from them and the professors engaged with me to a level where learning was challenging but fulfilling.
I thought it was a waste of time and money to have to take general business courses,(marketing management or accounting) when I had already them as an undergraduate student. I know there are many non-business students attending the MBA program who need to take them to learn the material, but there are many others who do not need the reviews. The career center needs to do a better job of connecting students with prospective employers and career opportunities.
Chapman's program prides itself on being a personalized education and I think that is something that can't be mimicked but is rather something that is engrained in the culture of the program. I truly appreciated the sense of community around the program, which made networking and building relationships, in general, effortless.
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