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The University is filled with professors who have real world experience in their field of instruction. The business program is not AACSB accredited, however that doesn't mean that you won't receive a quality education. If you plan to apply to an MBA program that is accredited by AACSB, you might re-think your decision to attend WBU. During my 4 years at WBU I have never run into staff, or instructors with a bad attitude; moreover, they will do anything they can to help you succeed. The tuition is a bit expensive, but that's expected for a private Christan school. Speaking of Christian, you don't have to be a Baptist to attend (obviously), but there is religious teaching in most classes. I enjoyed it, and think it supplemented my education in a good way.