Discussion in 'Business and MBA degrees' started by Zaya, Jan 19, 2008.
It is true that the majority Americans do not know where UK. They don't even know all 50 states. . The school is located in the Millionaires and Billionaires district. I would love to study there, but I need to complete my application first.
Ok. Which program were you pursuing? Why did you withdraw, if you don't mind saying?
And what makes you think that? Where's the evidence?
Generally, Americans are that way. However, there is no academically research to support the evidence.
In August 2012, I pursued in Computer Information Systems with a specialization in Information Security at Nova Southeastern University. The program later changed to Ph.D. in Information Assurance. I completed about 40% of the program requirement. Due to my divorce and became a full-time single dad with two little kids; I withdrew in 2015 because of two residencies per semester requirements. I later started my program at the University of the Cumberlands to continue my degree. I was told I was able to transfer 18 credits to the program; after battling for six months and took two courses. I never see my transferred credits; even though I was told they are in my profile. Besides, the process of getting my employer tuition reimbursement is complicated.
Now, I realize that a Doctorate is only giving me a personal enrichment rather than a career enhancement. Therefore, I want to pursue a Master of Business Administration from a prestigious academic institution. I am working on my application for admission to the Imperial College London’s Global MBA program. This program helps me to move up the corporate ladder to become one of the Executive positions. If I decide not to continue in the corporate world, I could use the knowledge from this program to become a passive investor.
All the best with your Imperial College MBA application. I think their triple business school accreditation is awesome!
If you're looking for a US-based school with triple accreditation, Hult International Business School is the only one so far. I attended and graduated with an MBA recently. It was a good experience, but I imagine that the price tag is not within most people's budget to handle, even after scholarships/discounts. There are, of course, several great schools in Europe as well that you can pursue as well, and I wish you the best in your application to ICL.
From the Great State of Colorado:
The University of Northern Colorado www.unco.edu now offers an online MBA. Offers concentrations in Health Care Management and Human Resource Management. Tuition is $21,000. Accredited by the North Central Association and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
Looks like that's the University of Northern Colorado, not the University of Colorado.
You are right. Thanks for the correction.
Getting two MBA degrees like what Hortonka mentioned sounds like it would be a nice added bonus.
If money wasn't an issue I'd apply to all the colleges in Southern California and enjoy the beaches. Here are a few you might want to checkout
UC Davis - because too much is never enough
a little late to the party but, what the hell, EVERYBODY INTO THE POOL!
https://globalonline.mmu.ac.uk/online-courses/ Double accredited. Competitive tuition.
Recently I took one from IIAS University . . .
IIAS University looks like a one man's shop, who is contrepreneur.
Hmm... Just stick with the AACSB or the ACBSP schools and you're in good shape...
If the institution has other programs with programmatic accreditation, even better.
There is acute shortage of toilet paper in my region. This could be an option.
I will second this statement by AsianStew. Essentially, AACSB or ACBSP programs are going to have undergone some type of accreditation process. They are then reviewed every 5 years or so to maintain their accreditation status.
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