Introduction and reco. Needed : asu vs buffalo vs osu vs RIT

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Roger21, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. Roger21

    Roger21 New Member

    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
    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..)

  2. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

    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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  3. Roger21

    Roger21 New Member

    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.
  4. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

    Yeah, except then you'd actually have to live in Buffalo. The weather is bearable but the football team is not.:eek:wned:

    :hijacked: 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?
  5. AUTiger00

    AUTiger00 New Member

    Arizona State has the best b-school of the options listed. Also incredibly hot women....if that's a concern.
  6. major56

    major56 Active Member

    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…

    Re: Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2011 - Businessweek

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