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The international opportunities are what is unique to my program. I was able to travel abroad on three separate occasions on short-term trips. The short term trips make it easy for a fully employed student to gain international experience.
There could be a stronger tie with alumni who are working in corporate America to provide not only information about different industries, but with job prospects upon completion of the program.
My international consulting project with a real estate development company in Dubai during my winter quarter. This experience in working in a different industry in a different culture was invaluable.
For having such a great campus, the classroom setting could be improved, for sure. Also they could bring in some more local experience to discuss aspects learned in class and how they related to today's real-world work environment.
The teachers are great. The class schedule is flexible semester to semester. It is small enough that you can get to know many of the people but large enough to meet new people every semester.
The school needs to market themselves better. There is only a minimal marketing effort for USD's business programs. As far as I can tell, the school is known for its strong supply chain and international business curriculum within the industry. However, I only know this after I had already completed half of my program. With better marketing, I believe USD should be able to attract a larger applicant pool as well as more visits from recruiting companies with the quality its faculty and the location of the campus.
There are so many strong individuals at USD it incredible that they have all found each other at this little private school on top of a hill. The campus is beautiful and the attitude is one of learning and rich experiences. I loved it there and I will miss it greatly.
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