| Total Grad Surveys || 49 |
| Females || 28 |
| Males || 21 |
| Avg years at University || 2.1 |
| I am in the deissertation phase of the organizational leadership program. My chair is absolutely no help, he takes his time answering me. If I had to do it all over again, I wouldnt come to Nva, neither would I reecommend others to do so. |
| May 16 2013 || Education |
| I love attending this school and you definitely earn your degree. The course work and learning material has been very beneficial for me. |
| May 04 2013 || Psychology |
| DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY AT THIS SCHOOL!!!!! Nova is the biggest waste of time and money I've ever spent. I have had problems with every aspect of this school inclucing admissions, professors, the bookstore, clincial placements- everything!!!! Nothing has ever frustrated me as much as this school. Every aspect of it is horrible. I tell everyone I know to stay far away. I can't describe in enough detail how awful it is- PLEASE stay away. The only thing that will make me feel a bit better about wasting so much money is if I can help others stay away and perhaps force the school into caring at all about students, and not just their tuition. |
| Apr 20 2013 || Education |
| DO NOT WASTE YOUR HARD EARNED MONEY!!!!! |
| Jul 23 2012 || Business - Management and Administration |
| I learned how to perform research after interestingly enough graduating from a highly respectable University in the Southeast that never imparted the knowledge or ability. I realize that Nova does not have the highest reputation but I would put my education on the line with my colleagues that have graduated from more prominent schools. |
| May 06 2012 || Computer Science |
Do not waste your money here the level of arrogance is unfounded. Students and Professor carry themselves poorly. Learning is not an option, The cost is not justified. I work for a Level 1 research University and thought this would be a good fit to continue my education, sadly wrong. The resources are top notch but Faculty is more concerned with themselves than teaching students to become the next generation of teachers or professional. There is no advice from faculty or staff to make sure you will succeed. They want you to beg for them to be your chair, but only if it fits with their agenda or interest; while sticking their hands in your pockets deeply I might add.|
You will succeed at this University if you are arrogant and self serving but have the ability to suck up.
I was personally so excited to attend here, talk about sad to learn the truth about it. There are other equally reputable and even some better one where you will have the opportunity to succeed.
| Apr 25 2012 || Computer Science |
| The only reason I would not consider attending NSU again is because of its bad reputation in Academia, although it is mostly undeserved. I keep hearing the word diploma mill thrown around in describing NSU when apparently many people don't know precisely what the term diploma mill actually means. Look it up!! Although NSU may display an attribute or two of a diploma mill, it really isn't one. Diploma mills award degrees for a price with little or no regard to academics or rigor. Basically, you buy your degree. Wikipedia defines the term diploma mill and gives a long list of attributes that exemplify a diploma mill. If you read it in its entirety, NSU doesn't fit most, if any, of the criteria for a diploma.|
NSU doesn't sell degrees, you earn them!! Just because it is difficult and you can't get the work accomplished to graduate doesn't make them a diploma mill. Just because they take your money and you don't graduate doesn't necessarily make them a diploma mill either. Maybe something else, but not a diploma mill. A lot of students are accepted into NSU who are definately not PhD material. However, the majority of these students are weeded out soon enough and hence, they do not graduate. At NSU, only the strong survive. If you graduate from NSU with your PhD, you've definately demonstrated that you have what it takes to succeed in their type of academic environment. The fact that many others cannot, or did not finish their studies reinforces this point.
| Mar 08 2012 || Computer Science |
| If you go for an EdD, you need to do all the coursework in the first two years and then do the dissertation in the third year. Otherwise, you will be stuck paying for Dissertation Services II fees of $2500 each semester you are still working on your dissertation. It doesn't matter if you were ill or unable to do the coursework for whatever reason in the first three years, if you do not finish your dissertation by the end of the third year of the program, you will have to pay $2500 each semester until you are done with your dissertation. This was not clearly explained to me when I began the program. I had a professor who never read a single thing I wrote, or anything the other students in the class wrote either. One student even admitted turning in "crap" and said he got an "A." This is very demotivating when one is paying so much money for the degree. The tuition raises by $100 every year, so by next year it will be $1000 per credit hour. There is a very costly residency in Disney World that is required during the hot-as-hell Florida summer. I spent over $40,000 all told and all I have to show for it is a few more classes on my resume. I cannot afford to continue attending to complete the degree. It's just too expensive. |
| Feb 09 2012 || Education |
| I am currently enrolled in the NSU Jax PA program. It is by far not a "diploma mill" as stated by another reviewer. The course material is difficult, contains in depth information and requires significant study, understanding and critical thinking skills to pass the tests. I am in the unique position of having twenty-six years of previous medical experience, with several of those years as a primary care provider in the military. From my perspective, the course content is exceptional. Are there occasional typographical errors in power point presentations? Yes, but they are not to the point of detracting from the content being presented. I would normally expect a person complaining/bothered about such things to have some semblance of punctuation and grammar in their post. In short, I feel the education provided in the NSU JAX PA program to be well worth the tuition. The faculty are open to discuss issues, and the program director frequently has open forums to discuss issues with the students. |
| Dec 11 2011 || PreMed and Medical |
This program is jax presents itself as a degree mill. with all the pa schools popping up in this state like cancer, its no surprise. actually one student left the program already to attend another school its so bad.|
the school is in a business center and i have to walk past a verizon everyday to get to class, the verizon is inside the school. actually, verizon has complained about the students being to noisy. so its more like nsu is in verizons building.
the professors are constantly late, 30 minutes late not 5 minutes. when they get there, they correct students for their tardiness. this is not an exaggeration.
the notes are far from proofread and full of mistakes. unprofessional and sloppy, and that is what is being taught. its one thing to not proofread an email, but to present educational material in such a sloppy manner is inexcusable.
this program is overpriced and is basically for students without grades decent enough to get into real schools. apply at any other school and use this schools as a last resort, those last resort pas are sure going to be "wonderful" when they are in practice
| Nov 21 2011 || PreMed and Medical |
| worst and most racist school ever! to anyone who wants to or is thinking about going here, unless u are white or creole, TURN around because those are the only 2 races this school thinks about! |
| Nov 07 2011 || Pharmacy |
| This is a diploma mill. Once they get your tuition, they could care less if you receive the Ph.D. |
| Nov 06 2011 || Education |
| Great school |
| Sep 17 2011 || Education |
| There are many Physician Assistant programs in South Florida & throughout the country- do yourself a favor & go anywhere but here! The Fort Lauderdale branch is unorganized & a huge disappointment & waste of money. The faculty & program director specifically are rude, immature, irresponsible, & very unprofessional. I am amazed that this program is still running.. It's a joke |
| Sep 03 2011 || PreMed and Medical |
| I am located in the Bahamas and attend a student education center for the MBA programme. Professors are flown in from Ft. Lauderdale every weekend which are alternated between undergrad and grad students. The opportunity to complete this degree while still working full time to support myself and not having to relocate is great. The on the job experience and the expertise of the professors are a great combination for the learning experience. The price is pretty hefty and has increased twice of the past year. I'm just glad that I am almost done or else the cost would've been to much. |
| May 26 2011 || Business - Management and Administration |
| This university is turning into an online university. Dont go here unless you plan to take classes online, they dont give you the option to take them on campus!! very disappointed |
| May 23 2011 || Business - Management and Administration |
| I want my money back. NSU is milking my dry with dissertation services fees. I'm paying $2,500 a semester for what amounts to a few emails with the dissertation chair. This is the racket - keep stringing you along for those fees. There is no one to talk to, no cohorts for the doctoral programs (that I know of), instructors are MIA. The classes were a joke, lots of hidden fees and overt fees for no reason. Do yourself a favor and run, don't walk from the School of Eduction graduate programs. I feel like a schmuck for going this far with my degree program. What a miserable experience. I'm through with educational research - what bull. |
| May 17 2011 || Education |
| I just started the School Psychology program at the Tampa SEC and the faculty/staff in this program could not be more supportive. The program is very small, which is a big plus for me because you get one on one time with professors. I also love my cohort cause we all are getting to know each other and we can easily get together for presentations and to study together, if need be. If you are interested in this program most likely you will be with only 5 to 10 other students. They only accept so many a year, especially at the SECs. The program is fairly new compared to USF & UCF, so they are going through the process of becoming NASP approved. However, it should be approved by the end of this year and is definitely approved by the Dept. of Ed, which is the most important. I also think it's great that the School Psy program is in the Center for Psychological Studies Dept. rather than the Education Dept. It makes a whole lot of difference for us Social Science junkies. I also appreciate the schedule of classes. They really cater and understand people need to make a living to survive. I looked into programs that wanted me to take 4 classes a semester for 4 evenings. The way Nova has it set up is you take the most challenging class like Stats once a week and then you alternate taking a class once a month for the entire weekend (Fri night 6 to 10 and Sat & Sun. 9 to 5), so you get all the hours you need for a 3 credit course in 2 weekends. It's tiring, but I love it cause it's manageable. I'm looking forward to continuing this program and if you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me. |
| Jan 27 2011 || Psychology |
| If you have any other option, DO NOT GO TO THE SWFL CAMPUS Physician Assistant program. You WILL NOT receive a worthwhile education. |
| Dec 17 2010 || Other |
| As a student with a strong academic and achievement record, I was thoroughly disappointed with this institution. It does not live up to its presentation and proposed offerings, of which I would grade a "C" at best. Many of the students do not perform at the graduate level, which is highly de-motivating for the learning process. In addition, practical opportunities (advertised) are inconsistent at best. This school is for a student who is not really interested in learning and prefers an "EASY" route to graduate credentials. The student just wants another degree. It does not take much to do well at Huizenga. For students who enjoy learning and being challenged . . . BEWARE! This environment will encourage highly negative feelings about education and the learning process. It will de-motivate YOU significantly and affect your performance. I became depressed in regards to the program. In my attempts to be proactive and seek avenues of improvement, I only received lip service-- no action. Only a few professors (3 to be exact) were beneficial. I learned more from casual conversations with two professors in particular than I did in all my classes combined! |
| Dec 15 2010 || Business - Management and Administration |
The faculty are just plain "amazing" (sarcasm)|
Dissertation Chair wants my dissertation to sound as if he is writing it himself. Whatever I write sounds too "dissertationise"....isn't this what it is?
MOI Professor is out of touch and has not graded my assignments in a few weeks. When I emailed her she tells me that I am technologically challenged - so I email another student and she is having the same experience. So I guess we all are challenged. We are told to follow the syllabus without due dates...just amazing! Worst of all, this is a Doctoral Level!
Trends and Issues was the best so far. At least when I was on the wrong track, Dr. Santilli would let me know immediately and would work to get me on the right track. Dr. Santilli seems to be the only decent professor this place has so far...
| Nov 14 2010 || Education |
| NOVA dissertation chairs are paid by semester so the longer it takes it you to complete the dissertation the more they get paid. |
Do not get sucked in their degree programs.
| Nov 08 2010 || Education |
| My experience at Nova was fairly positive overall. It's the type of school where you get out of it what you put into it. If you're not hitting the books hard and participating in class in order to succeed, that's not the fault of the University. I agree that Nova's brand is not particularly well-respected, but I think that will change over time as they move toward the higher level of academic certification. I enjoyed my time at Nova and I learned a lot too. |
| Oct 29 2010 || Business - Management and Administration |
Nova Southeastern University has a terrible career services department, which seems to expect companies to come to them with postings rather than reach out and try to market its students as well. If you are going to NSU for a Health Sciences degree, then this does not apply to you.|
I've also noticed that the school has a lot of wasteful spending, including building employees who can be seen surfing Facebook more than doing actual work.
The school should spend much more on its career services instead of its fancy commercials. I've seen one student in several NSU MBA commercials that had no business being in an MBA program, and was forced to drop a class that I was in because he showed up late every day and contributed nothing to his group.
Some of the teachers are great, while some are a complete joke. The same goes for your classmates. Because they will let almost anyone into the program, you will find that some of your classmates are smart and could have gotten into more prestigious schools, while others you will dread the fact that they will hold the same degree as you.
My advice to you is to be very active in your career search through other resources, and expect very little return on your $30,000 investment in this economy.
| Sep 25 2010 || Business - Management and Administration |
The school is great, but gets a bum-rap with regard to its reputation. It is a brick and mortar school that is treated unfairly by some un-achievers. |
Nova has made substantial contributions to the field, as well as the community at large.
Unfortunately, because of its beautiful location, many would rather play than study....
| Jul 12 2010 || Computer Science |
| Work load is very heavy. Core courses pertain to rushing to hastily complete work that accomplishes nothing. Students are friendly, apprehensive and arrogant. Faculty is vague, arrogant, sometimes helpful and unconcerned with personal issues. |
| Jun 07 2010 || School of Information |
| The DBA program is fantastic. The courses are demanding, but the professors are fair and consistent in grading. The Professors are all very reachable and return emails and phone calls promptly. The administration is good, although it took a long time to finally get my acceptance. Very few students admitted to the DBA program means classes are small and scheduling the classes you need could be a problem if it is one that is only offered infrequently. However, all in all, this is a good program and I'd recommend it to anyone. |
| Apr 25 2010 || Business - Management and Administration |
| I was able to get into academia after Nova. I obtained a full professor position and now I'm a Dean. I attribute quite a lot to the good education that I received at NSU |
| Apr 14 2010 || Computer Science |
| So far I'm impressed with the faculty and my dissertation committee chair. It's nice that my fellow doctoral students are in my age group (30-45) and have similar educational interests. By the way, there is no PhD in education at NSU--only an EdD. |
| Feb 13 2010 || Education |
This is a great school!!!! Please don't take some of the negative comments seen on this website at face value. Many of the people who complain about this school have had other issues and are just complete cry babies and are trying to be spiteful. |
I learned a lot from this school and I know that I would not have advanced in my career without their support and all of the knowledge I took away from their MATL program in reading.
John Moyer, M.A.
| Jan 31 2010 || Education |
| I went to a great undergrad. and grad. school. I attended Nova for the Phd program in Ed. Its really a joke. I wouldnt dare put them on my resume. The Phd classes are like the classes I took in undergraduate. |
| Jan 12 2010 || Education |
I attend NSU and graduated with an MBA (concentration in finance) with 4/4 GPA. I learned a lot from the program because I was there to learn. The only person I competed with was myself. The program did enable me to land a position with a company, so in this regard I am happy with program.|
However, if I were given the opportunity to do my MBA again I would NOT choose NSU. The caliber of students is very low, some graduate level courses are equivalent to high school AP level courses, and the rate of return on NSU's MBA is not very attractive.
An MBA is not a professional degree like an MD, DO, DMD, CPA, CFA, etc. MBA's are not created equal. NSU's MBA does not carry much gravitas in academia or corporate America. NSU is not AACSB (the gold standard for business schools) accredited nor does it require applicants to take the GMAT, provided your undergrad GPA is above a certain level. Yes, I decided to apply and attend NSU because it did not require the GMAT. Now that I'm a little older and a little wiser I definitely would have taken the GMAT if I could go back in time.
If you're looking to do your MBA (or any graduate work) do your research and try to get into the BEST program you can. If you're a South FL resident you should look at FIU, FAU, U of M, or Barry (all AACSB accredited).
I'm planning to go back to school, yet again, to do my PhD in economics. I have taken the GMAT as well as the GRE and did quite well.
Best of luck to you!
| Jan 04 2010 || Business - Management and Administration |
| Like any education, NSU education is what you make of it. The hybrid nature of their programs means you will need to be VERY self-motivated. However, with that being said, support from some faculty could be better...they are apparently seriously overworked to the point that it may be difficult to get the help you need. I am finishing a PhD after 4 1/2 years. I have worked harder for this anything I've ever worked for. Unfortunately, NSU has a fairly negative reputation and that is not helping me in my job search as I am constantly asked about my decision to attend NSU and need to justify it to others. NSU needs to do the work to up their standing in the academic community. This is crucial for the success of their students and the reputation of their faculty. |
| Nov 12 2009 || Computer Science |
| They never process your loans on time or correctly! I am a graduate student and they processed my loans as an undergraduate THREE TIMES! Then, they put late fees on my account because of their mistake and a hold so now I can't even register for classes because of their incompetent employees. No one that works there knows what is going on. They constantly give you the run around and leave you to clean up their mess year after year. Nothing ever changes and they never can do anything right. SAVE YOURSELF THE STRESS. |
| Nov 09 2009 || Psychology |
| NSU has become my second home; the Business School has excellent customer service and a valued degree program. |
| Nov 09 2009 || Business - Management and Administration |
| After spending $60,000 and 5 years working on a DBA at Nova Southeastern University, I did not get my DBA degree because they "moved the goal posts" and required a "Research Based Dissertation," (whatever that means). I finished the program with a 3.85 QCA and I am ABD. Seems the Dean wanted the program status upgraded and despite my Dissertation Chairman and Committee approval of my dissertation (which no one reads anymore) the Dean disapproved and nixed my diploma. DO NOT GO TO THIS SCHOOL. Faculty will not help you. They are never there on campus, will not answer phone and the school only WANTS YOUR MONEY. STAY AWAY. DO NOT GO THERE, DO NOT APPLY. There are other schools who charge way less and will help you. TAKE IT FROM ME, I SPENT A FORTUNE ON TUITION, TEXTBOOKS, AIRFARE, HOTELS, TRAVEL and 5 YEARS OF MY LIFE JUST TO BE DENIED. STAY AWAY! STAY AWAY! DO NOT APPLY! THEY ONLY WANT YOUR MONEY! FACULTY ARE HORRIBLE, OUT OF TOUCH, and SIMPLY GO THRU THE MOTIONS. STAY AWAY! Go somewhere else! WARNING! WARNING!WARNING! STAY AWAY! |
| Oct 27 2009 || Business - Management and Administration |
| The worst university in terms of student to professor development. A school that wants your tuition, and nothing else. |
| Oct 09 2009 || Business - Management and Administration |
| I have been very impressed with Nova and if I could do it over again. I would. |
| Apr 09 2009 || Chemistry |
| After completing the coursework for the PhD programs, students are not engaged with the faculty as they should be. Once a semester meeting on campus would be beneficial for studens to support on another. |
| Apr 02 2009 || School of Information |
| I have heard good and bad reviews about NSU's EdD program, but find that the bad reviews come from cry babies that want to be bottle fed. It is graduate level work, and the student (online or in the face-to-face) is expected to be independent and work hard. A student gets out of the program the work and effort they put in. Out of 7 professors all save one have been excellent, with lectures and course sessions, lots of resources, and even extensive media for the course (such as video). I did have one terrible teacher who was a 'standards Nazi'...but there are one of those in any school. My dissertation committee is great, and they really challenge me. It is hard to get the dissertation proposal accepted, that is because they don't accept sub-standard quality. If you're not up to par and not willing to work hard, then don't do this EdD program. Several of my professors are also experts in their field, well published and editors of respected peer-reviewed academic journals. I have heard some call the online programs at NSU a 'degree mill'...but if that is the case why am I working my ass off for 3-4 years and coming out with a publication in a peer-reviewed journal? They even have a Fulbright program you can apply to so that you can complete international research if you want. I cannot speak for the other programs at the school, but the EdD program has many merits. The only downside to the program is that it needs more full-time faculty that only focus on the students, and better communication between the students and faculty. Some of my profs have been great, but one was non-existent. Even if it was just one I think that it should be zero in a fully high quality program...though...that said...some profs are non-existent to students in any program at any university. |
| Jan 31 2009 || Education |
I feel ripped off, Suze Orman was correct. Many network news stations are tuning in to this type of university and it's degree utilization. You should only take the MBA program if:|
a) You're employed and wish to stay in your field.
b) You choose a specific concentration
c) You HAVE work experience already
I had 3 years work experience, and feel that this MBA program is for corporate decision makers. Even so, an executive would have a hard time reviewing the basics as NSU MBA does. For example, I became all too familiar with the basics of SUPPLY & DEMAND, MASLOW'S HIERARCHY, PORTER'S FIVE FORCES MODEL, ETC. The caliber of the student is low, so high level business theory is not used (well, very little). I'm a little embarrassed to say I got an MBA from NOVA, if that says anything. Man am I in debt now! What a poor investment. The professors are great though, they really are good at what they do. The curriculum is low level, it's not MASTERS level.
| Jan 27 2009 || Business - Management and Administration |
| I think that NSU is very complete and has a lot to offer. I went to Florida International University for my Bachelors and when I compare the two institutions I find them very different, each one with their own quality. I can tell you that both are very unique and that they both have the resources to make you a better human and professional. I highly recommend NSU. |
| Oct 29 2008 || Business - Management and Administration |
| This university has a horrible online degree program even though they maintain adequate resources to provide instruction, very little instruction occurs. Basically you are paying for a syllabus and someone to answer questions on what the assignment means. Of the 12 classes required, only in three did I receive actual instruction about subject matter. Then when you finish your coursework, a portfolio is required that may or may not have changed over the last year or two. But you are held accountable for all the changes even if you are not notified. |
This is a horrible example of education, in fact this school does not educate. I can only say my experience will prevent me from ever using any professional who has graduated from this school--doctor, lawyer, optometrist, etc. Spend your money somewhere else and get a degree with substance! NOva is an excellent example of education in the state of Florida.
| Oct 07 2008 || Education |
| I've spent a year here in the Grad program...AS far as the financial aid dept...do yourself a favor and don't waste your minutes. No one picks up the phone...This is a really great school...but, it needs to be better organized & staffed...or just a more customer service attitude. |
| Aug 23 2008 || Business - Management and Administration |
I am planning to enroll in the PhD program in the IS field?|
How is the quality of the courses?
How is the quality of the professors?
How many course can a student take each term?
How many hours do I need to study each week?
How is the assignment?
Is it difficult to have A in the classes?
Any advice is appreciated
| Nov 22 2007 || Unknown |
I am finishing my second semester at Nova. DO NOT APPLY TO THIS PROGRAM. I am in the distance education program, higher education. |
Most faculty are part time and have other jobs. Many are retired faculty members who are just doing this for extra money. No one is available unless you call them at home. Even then, they limit to weekend phone calls at specific times. No one seems to fully understand the dissertation process. The first statistics course is sub-par. Tuition is terribly extremely high. The classes are boring and repetitive.
Go to a traditional university and get the proper education. I am transferring.
| Apr 19 2007 || Education |
| The school is beautiful - that's the only positive thing I have to say. The school is beautiful because of the high tuition we all paid to go to a school with a terrible academic reputation. |
I've never met so many snobby, stuck-up people in one place in my life. People getting into email fights over parking spots. The law library actually had to put a sign up asking students to please not be rude to them or they would get no service. Apparently the rudeness had been a problem - at Nova, I'm not surprised.
| Mar 18 2007 || Other |
THIS UNIVERSITY IS A COMPLETE DISASTER.....|
I WOULD NOT ATTEND THIS UNIVERSITY EVEN IF I GOT PAID TO DO SO.
I WOULD ADVICE ALL STUDENTS TO BE SMART AND BRILLIANT WHEN IT COMES TO PICKING A SCHOOL...
GO TO UM...
| Mar 29 2006 || Finance |
| It was very difficult to get involved in research and the faculty did not have any time to spend with me, not even my supposed "mentor". The clinical aspect of the program is OK. but don't go enroll in the program if you want to get involved in research. I think that the main problem is that too many students are being accepted due to some financial troubles the program is having and everything is spread very thin. The other students are the only good thing about the program and are well trained clincally but many are frustrated(including myself) by the lack of reseach available. |
| Jan 29 2006 || Psychology |
This school is only interested in taking your money and not providing any return on investment. The dissertation process has been an absolute nightmare - my advisor and commitee members usually take 8 weeks to respond to emails. That means for an entire semester, they bother with you just 2 or 3 times, and you end up taking years and year to complete the process because of their lack of interest. The school knows that the longer they can string you along, the more money they can make and there is nothing you can do. |
Also, the feedback in classes is almost non-existent, if you even manage to get feedback during the semester. I wrote a 40-page paper for one class and the only feedback was "good job A- ".
Avoid this school if you can.
| Sep 29 2005 || Computer Science |
| If the dissertation process is stalled by a slow advisor or an unsupportive committee, the school earns more money. Nova Southeastern should better ensure, at the outset, that potential graduate students are capable of doing the work. Many students found that the dissertation process was stalled, and therefore, the incurred aditional fees. The university does not, in my opinion, explain all of the expenses -- like the need for a formatting-editor -- at the end of the applied dissertation process. There's more emphasis on the writing format than on creativity. I was sorry once I got deep into the program and could not get my thesis statement approved for many months. Fortunately, I did make it through. Otherwise, I would have lost thousands of dollars that I spent. I have two additional graduate degrees and have the authority to make a comparison between schools. I'm only writing this because I'm ethical and I don't want others to enroll without being aware that the dissertation process could extend years beyond the time expected. I have to admit that this university was "harder" than my ivey league school, but as a teacher, I know it's what you take with you, the learning, that counts most. Students don't want to have to beg their professors for approval each time they encounter a roadblock. An essential part of learning is learning that the grad student is likewise respected by faculty. |
| Jan 26 2005 || Education |
| Run away from this place... it's a joke as far as an academic institution is concerned. I completed my MBA degree months ago and it has been nothing but a paperwork nightmare, I still don't have the degree conferred but the school is always quick to take your money. Professors are wanna-be business leaders who don't have a clue about the real world and are behind about 20 years. Run, Run, Run. Some folks call the H. Wayne Huizenga Business School a diploma mill... I would tend to agree. |
| Apr 03 2004 || Business - Management and Administration |