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Kennesaw State offers minimesters which allow for the completion of a three credit hour course within a five day period. The courses are intense, yet very rewarding. The format only works for certain types of classes.
They could increase the program's 'relevance' by collaborating and partnering with various businesses, especially those that are paying to have their employees complete an MBA.
Classes offered in a convenient office building location, along with on-campus. Mini-mesters allow you to complete a class in a week of full time learning.
They need to arrange scheduling so that each class has an opportunity to take related courses without conflict prior to graduation. A lot of people I know had to take a course or two after completing the program due to scheduling conflicts.
All group work was to be completed with at least one international student per group. Gave a very good understanding of working on business issues/projects when there can be a bit of a communication barrier.
Since I was attending school and working in the same location, the only improvement I can comment on is class availability. It seems as though the courses are heavily dependent on the semester and year being offered. I noticed a few of my classmates had small hiccups in their yearly curriculum because of it.
Tremendous support from local business leaders. Many of the speakers were innovators in their respective fields. Having working relationships and access to business leaders of that caliber is a strong differentiator for this program.
I would like to see more concentrations offered even if some content is online.
I was very close to the teachers with a relaxed environment. Many teachers have international experience and can speak to the abilities of the information all over the world.
Employer data includes graduates and current students.
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