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Re:Deciding between several AACSB distance MBA programs 3 years 3 months ago #106

I think you are right. It would hard to decide on any objective basis between RIT and Northeastern distance MBA, though more insight and reviews from alumni and current students would help here, so IF you attend either OR neither please come back and review the schools so other folks can follow your decision trail.

I would say that RIT has the best "tech" rep having been founded as a tech school -- BUT the Northeastern MBA fits your character and would probably be better for future strategic thinking and business innovation.

There are a lot of people trying to decide between all the online MBA degree programs and its a difficult task if all you have to go on are the admissions materials the colleges publish.

Keep us posted!
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Re:Deciding between AACSB distance MBA programs 3 years 3 months ago #107

Hi MissShona,

Good advice!

It is hard to untangle the real differences between all these online MBAs. Many of the schools present themselves in a similar light.

Reviews from real online students -- like yourself, TYK for the informative review of Florida Gulf Coast University Online MBA that you left on the site -- is really crucial data.

We are encouraging real online students and alumni to come and review online mba programs because this kind of insider feedback really sheds light on what the program will be like once enrolled.

All online MBA degree programs are not alike and there is SO much choice.
Get Educated profiles 400 400 online mba programs -- and they vary wildly by cost, public perception and trust,accreditation, admission standards, curriculum, and student satisfaction.

What we really want to know and give voice to is .. what happens after an online student enrolls?

Does the online degree program meet its promise and live up to its reputation?

Please encourage your fellow online students to come and review their programs.
Potential online students are eager for this kind of real insider feedback!

So many college review sites on the web are polluted with fake reviews or paid reviews -- we have a Real Verified Online Student registration and function so people can "trust" that a registered verified student is behind the review they are reading, but it is hard to get the word out and get the students to take the time to share their experiences.

I hope you will contribute more in the coming days as many people need to hear from real online students like yourself in their quest to find credible online education.

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Re:Deciding between several AACSB distance MBA programs 3 years 2 months ago #174

I am a practicing physician in North Carolina and have decided to attend the Online MBA program at East Carolina University. I start the program in several weeks. I would appreciate any feedback on this program.
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Re:Deciding between several AACSB distance MBA programs 3 years 2 months ago #175

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I am a practicing physician in North Carolina and have decided to attend the Online MBA program at East Carolina University. I start the program in several weeks. I would appreciate any feedback on this program.

Hi QMechDoc,

I linked to the [url=Online MBA program at East Carolina University]East Carolina University Online MBA program[/url] above and here so others can see the complete program profile and current reviews and report card ratings.

So far, we know that this program is incredibly affordable for Carolina residents -- it's on the Get Educated national ranking list of top 10 affordable online MBA programs AACSB accreditation.

One verified online mba student and one general public member have rated this degree program an "A," so so far so good. I am hoping with your post maybe we can get some current students or alumn to check in and broaden our feedback for you.

All the Best
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Re: Deciding between several AACSB distance MBA programs 2 years 4 months ago #572

So which did you pick? And why wasn't Drexel on your list? I'm trying to make the same decision now and struggling?
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