Evaluating MBA Programs.


RMantle
My wife recently inquired on my behalf, information from National American University. I have been researching, talking to the institutioion, asking questions, etc. They do not have a GMAT requirement, but ask for credentials, some prerequisites, etc. As well as each course is on a timeline, where assignments, exams are monitored, where you receive notes from professors, and advisors regarding due dates and the like. Versus sending you a course book, complete an exam and then on to the next. For me, the ongoing involvement from others associated with a particular course is important.
My wife recently inquired on my behalf, information from National American University. I have been researching, talking to the institutioion, asking questions, etc. They do not have a GMAT requirement, but ask for credentials, some prerequisites, etc. As well as each course is on a timeline, where assignments, exams are monitored, where you receive notes from professors, and advisors regarding due dates and the like. Versus sending you a course book, complete an exam and then on to the next. For me, the ongoing involvement from others associated with a particular course is important.
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George Pat...
You should look for a program with AACSB accreditation
This website has a nice search button on top right, there is a tickbox for accreditation there.
That will help you get started
You should look for a program with AACSB accreditation
This website has a nice search button on top right, there is a tickbox for accreditation there.
That will help you get started
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RMantle
Thank you George, it is such a difficult choice to make. There are so many, I want an MBA, but what I know for sure is that it must be online. I guess I liked NAU due to the structure of the courses. They don’t just send the text, but interact throughout each one. Being that they do not appear on the AACSB list...I need to consider this as you stated.

Thank you for the advice.
Thank you George, it is such a difficult choice to make. There are so many, I want an MBA, but what I know for sure is that it must be online. I guess I liked NAU due to the structure of the courses. They don’t just send the text, but interact throughout each one. Being that they do not appear on the AACSB list...I need to consider this as you stated.

Thank you for the advice.
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Duncan
For profit universities like NAU have the best recruitment process, but the experience and completion rates are generally not so great. Few online MBAs simply send out materials.
For profit universities like NAU have the best recruitment process, but the experience and completion rates are generally not so great. Few online MBAs simply send out materials.
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George Pat...
this is a "usually you can't go wrong with these" list :) maybe check these ones out first:

umass amherst isenberg
indianna kelley
illinois imba
ASU carey
florida hough
penn state
this is a "usually you can't go wrong with these" list :) maybe check these ones out first:

umass amherst isenberg
indianna kelley
illinois imba
ASU carey
florida hough
penn state
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RMantle
Awesome advice, thank you both,

If someone ou there has completed an MBA with National American University, please reply to this post. I would be greatly appreciative.

RMantle
Awesome advice, thank you both,

If someone ou there has completed an MBA with National American University, please reply to this post. I would be greatly appreciative.

RMantle
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Duncan
This site is really focussed on accredited programs, so I don't think you'll get a reply. Even on degreeinfo there's very little about this college: https://www.degreeinfo.com/index.php?threads/national-american-university.37217/#post-378326
This site is really focussed on accredited programs, so I don't think you'll get a reply. Even on degreeinfo there's very little about this college: https://www.degreeinfo.com/index.php?threads/national-american-university.37217/#post-378326
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mba hipste...
Can't go wrong with the Illinois program.
Can't go wrong with the Illinois program.
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