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Ashland University

Total Grad Surveys 2
Females 1
Males 1
Avg years at University 2.0
Research Quality D (2.3)
Research Availability D (2.3)
Research Funding
Graduate Politics D (2.3)
Not Errand Runners C- (3.9)
Degree Completion
Alternative pay [ta/gsi] F (0.8)
Sufficient Pay F (0.8)
Competitiveness C- (4.1)
Education Quality B- (6.4)
Faculty Accessibility B- (6.4)
Useful Research D (2.3)
"Individual" treatment C+ (5.0)
Friendliness B- (5.8)
Safety A- (8.1)
Campus Beauty B- (5.9)
Campus Maintenance C+ (5.5)
University Spending C+ (5.4)
Extracurriculars F (0.8)
Scholastic Success C- (4.1)
Surrounding City D (2.3)
Social Life/ Environment D (2.3)
Alternative pay [ta/gsi]F
The MBA program served my educational and professionalJan 26 2004Business - Management and Administration
The MBA program served my educational and professional needs. Of the 12 courses required for graduation, 10 were taught by PhD level faculty. The exceptions were Business Law and Managerial Accounting. The Business Law course was taught by a former judge (with a JD) and the Managerial Accounting class was taught by a CPA who also happened to be a lawyer. This program is great for part-time students with fulltime responsibilities (i.e., work, spouse, kids, etc.). I did not necessarily like all of my professors personally, but each brought something to the course from an educational and experiential perspective that left a positive imprint on my academic and professional development. So, in closing, Ashland University's MBA program is probably not very different from the vast majority of MBA programs in existence these days in that it caters to the adult professional with real life responsibilities. If, however, you need to be at a school with a prestigious name, whether it is for academics or sports, then you should probably opt for schools like Princeton or Ohio State.
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