Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by Garp, Jul 4, 2020.
Is that what the kids are calling it today?
I have absolutely no idea, Rich. IIRC, kids on my block may have called it that 60-70 years ago...
"The pump don't work 'cause the Vandals took the handle..." (Bob Dylan - Maggie's farm)
Hard to do. He's super busy, lots of bookings, 66 deep in fact.
MBA or MSc?
And can you enroll based on work experience instead of bachelor's
Sorry for double post:
Is the program in Spanish or is Spanish just a course you have to take?
Neither. The program is in English and the "Spanish for Business" course is optional.
Both (double degree). I had no problems yet while enrolling without a bachelor (...yet? I don't know). The course itself is quite good and comparable to other courses which were on the same academic level I did. No exam, instead one assignment / case study at the end of the course. These are quite demanding. The learning site itself would have been good if we would have 2005. Now in 2020, it is slightly outdated. ENEB offers sometimes extra courses for a small fee ("Selling in China", for example) for their participants. These are not compulsory, but a nice add-on.
To sum it up, I think it is good value for the money. However, it should not be confused with an MBA that allows you to start doctoral studies or to get a job in the higher public service in the EU.
Si, senor. I am doing this program and the only full sentence I know in Spanish is "¿Dónde está la zapatería?".
Bonus points if you know where I likely learned this sentence!
Pulp Fiction, right? Now, about those bonus points...
Hey, great!! Here in Germany, we used to say (well, in the 1980s): "Der Gewinner bekommt 400 Gummipunkte und eine aufblasbare Waschmaschine!!"
Dies wird meine erste aufblasbare Waschmaschine sein. Die erste in Canada! Ich danke Sie sehr!
Und 400 Gummipunkte? Unglaublich!
This will be my first inflatable washing machine. The first in Canada. I thank you so much!
And 400 stamp-points? Incredible!
Online at El Zappos?
no, see above. Johann was right.
(Just plain) Zappo's is the online (mainly shoe and clothing) store. Yeah, I guess you could say they're partly a zapatería (shoe store). But sorry - like the man said, wrong answer.
El Zappo is the music video guy. Definitely no zapatería.
Just a pun, man.
The first time I heard the word "zapatero" I thought it meant "electrician"!
These degree programs are similar to University of Metaphysics / University of Sedona's programs and are roughly the same price.
So for the Masters Proprio degrees, particularly ENEB / Universidad Isabel I, would you all as faculty members hiring adjuncts recognize the degree(s) as graduate hours used to teach additional subjects if the applicant already had a Masters in another subject?
It is a good question. The link starting this thread is an evaluator recommending evaluating each program separately but in her opinion seeing it as 30 graduate hours. So, possibly. Seems to be a gray area in terms of the US. Perhaps not the equivalent of an RA Masters but yet more than an approved unaccredited program because it is issued by a recognized school.
As I have said before, if I earned it I would list it as it is issued/most honest. For example,
Master of Business Administration (Propio), Universidad de Isabel I
I am always a bit hesitant about what I've come to call "degrees with an explanation". Better to spend the additional time and money for a degree that DOESN'T require an "explanation".
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