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The University of La Verne

Business - Management and Administration Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 8/2
Student Surveys
(in Business - Management and Administration)
Males: 7, Females: 3
Average Yrs. Completed: 2.5

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:4.4 High
Actual difficulty:3.8 High
Students found the coursework to be easier than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect

English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English0-10%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

Business - Management and Administration:

I graduated back in 1992 after transferring from Cal State Fullerton. I did enjoy CSUF but I choose to finish at La Verne for the small class size an...
ULV is a great university, great professors and up to number 136, a TIER 1 UNIVERSITY,(U.S World & News) 2011. Has excellent management and public a...
I attended the University of La Verne for three different degrees, one BS in Business, One MBA masters in business Administration, and one Masters in ...
I think getting an MBA helped me with respect to getting an interview. After that it was up to me.
I was employed in aireospace engineering/development after leaving the Air Force. After 10 years working engineering positions, I found myself of the ...
Requirement for admission include above-average grades, some work experience, and good recommendations.
I attended one of the many satellite campuses that ULV is partnered with. I found the staff & students to be helpful & friendly. Not to mention my adv...
ULV is a great school. I recommend this school to anyone. The teachers have extreme real-world knowledge and are always there to help you out. For ...
I am not sure why some of the people who reviewed this school, gave ULV a poor grade. Just looking at the writing style, it looks like is the same per...
I'm an undergraduate at the University of La Verne and let me just start by saying if you are looking for a school that is spirited, is fun, has intel...
I went to ULV and double majored in Broadcasting (television emphasis), and Business Administration. Both programs were well defined and the path clea...
I could not be where I am now without ULV. Excellent Business Schoo.
I could not be where I am now without ULV. Excellent Business School.
After completing my BA in Business Administration I was sent into this world with a degree that people discount. A Human Resource Director gave me the...
University of La Verne is widely known as University of Loser Ville. Well known as the laughing stock of all the Universities in California because of...
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