Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by DoeJohn, Nov 22, 2010.

  1. DoeJohn

    DoeJohn New Member

    Just finished my Aspen MBA a week ago, or something. So now I have to pay my graduation fee and wait for my diploma. A nice university. Nothing in particular to complain about.
  2. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member

    Congratulations! Welcome to the MBA Club! When do you start doctoral studies?
  3. DoeJohn

    DoeJohn New Member

    Thanks :) If it were entirely up to me: TOMORROW! :) ......but my wife is, at least for the moment, putting her foot down.:nono: Hmmm....

    I can't understand why she does not like spending her evenings alone while I am upstairs studying :confused:
  4. wannabeit

    wannabeit New Member

  5. AjaHenderson

    AjaHenderson New Member

  6. ann70821

    ann70821 New Member

    Congratulations! So what's next?
  7. proracer

    proracer Member


    PHD ?

  8. MISin08

    MISin08 New Member

  9. Abner

    Abner Well-Known Member

    DoeJohn = JohnDoe I presume? Good Job John Doe, I know you and I were up to our necks in homework and late nights, but we did it! Good job!

    Abner :)
  10. rcreighton

    rcreighton New Member

    Congratulations on a great accomplishment!
  11. SurfDoctor

    SurfDoctor Moderator

    Congratulations, DoeJohn. How long did it take you to get through? How was the academic rigor?
  12. DoeJohn

    DoeJohn New Member

    Yes, that is correct. Thanks Abner! Yes, we sure were up to our necks in homework an late nights. It was, for me at least, a long journey due to family concerns and a lot of overtime at work, but I finally got through. My stay at Aspen has been very satisfactory, and the staff and professors have very been helpful all the way. An A to Aspen :)
  13. DoeJohn

    DoeJohn New Member

    Thanks Michael, and all others. I planned to use two years, but due to the concerns mentioned to Abner, it took my 3.5. I managed to fit in a wedding also, though. The academic rigor was high. There were a high number of questions to answer in all modules. I don't know how many pages I wrote in total, but I would guess about 2200-2500, single spaced (converted them to double just before delivery). The APA could be a struggle sometimes, since there were nuances between each professor.

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