Good morning, I will be completing my MBA in Healthcare Management in July with Western Governors University, and have been accepted into both A.T. Still and the University of Bridgeport's Doctor of Health Science programs. A.T. still had been my top choice due to its reputation and the way that they walk you through it's Applied Research project (rather than a dissertation). Through further study, I found that ATSU's program is a post professional doctorate, while UB's program is a terminal academic doctorate with a dissertation. (I prefer the terminal academic research doctorate). I also really like the scientific emphasis of the UB curriculum which focuses more on health science, while the ATSU program focuses a bit more on administration. The only problem I see is that UB seems to not have a great reputation. At one point it was ranked "worst college in america" on site, though it is considered to be a tier 2 national university, and has multiple top ranking programs. Most negative reviews that I have seen tend to talk much more about the area where the school is located though, and because the DHSc is a hybrid program, I would only need to spend one week in Bridgeport to complete the residency requirements, so this is not much of an issue for me. Does anybody have any experience with either of these schools/ programs? Any advice would be much appreciated!