forum for MBA students?

Discussion in 'Business and MBA degrees' started by SnafuRacer, Nov 7, 2004.

  1. SnafuRacer

    SnafuRacer Active Member

    With many MBA students on this board, do you guys know of any "currently active" MBA forum, where students could share ideas, thoughts, knowledge and general gripes about their degree?
    I found a couple, but they are dormant or totally abandonned.
    Take care
  2. New Member

    Chip and Bruce, How about starting one on degreeinfo? :D
  3. BobC

    BobC New Member

  4. kobeb

    kobeb New Member

    I noticed you are attending National University. How do you like the MBA program? Is the program AASCB? What's the cost per credit. How are they with Military TA or the GI BILL?

    I'm thinking of staying with UMUC, but I'm still exploring other options...

  5. SnafuRacer

    SnafuRacer Active Member

    It is IACBE-accredited. My marketing professor for this month tells me that they are pursuing the AACSB accreditation.
    They are rather military-friendly, in that they understand about deployements and field training. In every class I took, I had at least 3-4 active duty sailors/marines with me, even in the MBA classes.
    It's about $1050/class for undergrad, and about $1175/class for grad classes, but AD/RC military, vets and contractors can take whatever class in the local bases for 50% off. They have a VA dept for TA and GI Bill questions and billing.
    I pay $580/class for my MBA at the MCRD. Online classes are charged at the regular rate. Books can be purchased with MBS Direct (I don't recommend), or through any discount site (amazon, buy, buy from Amazon)
    They employ a lot of adjunct faculty, and have a good amount of full-time faculty. They all seem knowledgeable about their field, with varying degrees of success in teaching their course though.
    If you need any more info, let me know.

    What branch are you?
  6. RGAlsup

    RGAlsup member

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    I started a blog (MyeEMBA) that is designed for MBA students to "share ideas, thoughts, knowledge and general gripes about their degree," however, I am a little less interested in the "griping." On the other hand there is the possibility for constructive griping."


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