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-The learning environment is great. The flexibility makes it manageable. The knowledge gained was significant.
-During the program I was given a shining recommendation for a summer internship by one of my professors. This internship lead to my being hired full time with the company at the end of the summer before I had completed the MBA. The MBA got my career off the ground and will hopefully open more doors with my company in the near future.
-I enjoyed my experience at KSU and thought I received a quality education through the program. I liked the fact that it was flexible and you could choose courses tailored to your career interests.
-I'd like to see higher standards for admittance. At the end of the capstone course, I was asked by a student to help rewrite their final paper. They did not perform well, and receive an "incomplete" for the course. The instructor recommended me to this person. My problem with this is that if this person cannot write a paper, why were they admitted in the first place (GMAT score), and how did they make it to the final MBA course?
-I'd like to see the capstone class updated. It was fun, but I felt very rushed at the end to complete the individual compxm program, where as we had over 8 weeks to do the team exercise. I felt like I didn't have an opportunity to do as well on my own individually as I did with my team.
-The Coles program has satellite campus locations, which is helpful for higher enrollment for different areas of the surrounding Atlanta communities. Also, the staff is extremely helpful and supportive to the students. They go above and beyond to assist students.
-The career development aspect of the program could use the most improvement. Guest speakers and social events for MBA students with industry representatives would be nice to have.
-This program is excellent. The accelerated format and web-based coursework are perfect for professionals with busy schedules. The program is fully AACSB accredited and the professors are very good.
-The program offers no concentrations. Only a general MBA is awarded. Once concentrations are added, this program will be outstanding.
-The professors were great, classes were very professional, and I learned so much over the 2 years at KSU that can apply to the real world, not just textbooks.
-If a professor is to take on an online course, they need to treat that course as though it were an in-person course. Some professors clearly put all their effort into their classroom courses, and the online course was treated as an afterthought. If a professor does not have time to take on an online course, he/she should not be allowed to take the responsibility.
-I expected KSU to be sub-par in comparison to my undergraduate experience at a private university. This was not the case. KSU had a great program in which I was exposed to many situations I did not expect. I was challenged at an intellectual level as well as on a social level with the intense group work that was required. I would definitely recommend this as a top choice MBA program in Georgia.
-Some classes in the catalog are not offered very often or never offered, they should either be offered or eliminated from the catalog.
-The professors are wonderful and so knowledgeable about real world business. Many of them are business owners and/or consultants, so they offer current and relevant education. The location of their Galleria satellite campus makes attending courses more convenient than any competing school in the area. Also, this program is a great value.
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