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    Roger21 is offline Registered User
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    Introduction and reco. Needed : asu vs buffalo vs osu vs RIT

    Hi folks.. I am an international student and have got admits for a B.S. In business administration at

    Oregon state
    Arizona state
    SUNY buffalo
    RIT
    Utah State

    I am inclined to study international business and would want to avoid extreme weather.

    Would really appreciate if you share your thoughts that could help me taking a decision.
    (quality of school/teaching ,funding options,housing etc..)

    Thanks!

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    I'm assuming that since this is a distance learning discussion forum that you are planning on completing your degree program from your home in California. I have 1 question: Since this is a DL degree, what difference does it make what the weather is like at the school? Beyond that I've always like Arizona, hated Buffalo.
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    Thanks Kizmet for the reply! I will not be doing distance-learning(oops! wrong forum) but would really appreciate any inputs from you guys!

    The only reason I was inclined towards Buffalo is that they seem to be having a more structured Business program for undergrads esp in International Business . ASU offers a certificate program in IB but does not offer IB as a major.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger21 View Post
    The only reason I was inclined towards Buffalo is that they seem to be having a more structured Business program for undergrads
    Yeah, except then you'd actually have to live in Buffalo. The weather is bearable but the football team is not.

    What do you think about the NFL lockout? Is there going to be a season this year? Will they cut a deal by training camp?
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    Arizona State has the best b-school of the options listed. Also incredibly hot women....if that's a concern.
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    Arizona State [is] ranked higher than the others on your list; however, Whitman (Syracuse) is ranked (47th) ahead of ASU (77th) by the Business Week 2011 best undergraduate B-schools. In that both the SUNY-Buffalo and RIT (Saunders) locations will ALL be extremely cold during winter, why not also consider Whitman? On-the-other-hand, I’m certain AUTiger is absolutely correct as regards the women “looks” factor at ASU vs. all the others. And of course Whitman’s tuition rate far exceeds that of ASU

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