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Madonna University

How this student rated the school
Research QualityB+ Research AvailabilityA
Research FundingA Graduate PoliticsA
Errand RunnersA Degree CompletionA
Alternative pay [ta/gsi]A Sufficient PayA
CompetitivenessA Education QualityA
Faculty AccessibilityA Useful ResearchA+
ExtracurricularsA Success-UnderstandingA+
Surrounding CityA Social Life/EnvironmentA
"Individual" treatmentA FriendlinessA
SafetyA+ Campus BeautyA-
Campus MaintenanceA University Resource/spendingA
Describes the student body as:
Friendly, Approachable

Describes the faculty as:
Friendly, Helpful

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Date: Dec 31 1969
Major: Business - Management and Administration (This Major's Salary over time)
I have enjoyed my time at Madonna and would go back if I had to do it all over again. Some of the qualities marked in the preceding fields don't apply to me as much as more research focused programs since I am an MBA student. So here are the positive aspects I have enjoyed about the program: In three semesters almost all of my professors have been great except for one (Arends). They are friendly and bring their real world experience with them in addition to what you are learning from the textbooks. I have felt challenged in most of my classes, such as Macroeconomics and Accounting. I took a class at the Orchard Lake Campus over the summer and it was amazing. In addition to really enjoying my class there, I would go to the cafeteria where there was an array of home cooked food in a buffet for $6. A lot of it was Polish food as there is a huge Polish background there but it was a great deal for a college student, greatest buffet ever in my opinion. (And I'm now a fan of Polish food) The campus is also beautiful and historic and it was fun driving my motorcycle to class through the winding lake roads going to and from class from Livonia. I've met people from other countries in my classes and that gave me the opportunity to learn more about other cultures. My dealings with the financial aid office have been painless so far, which is great because that can be a real hassle if anyone else out there has dealt with that before. After I finish my MBA I'm applying to law schools in pursuit of a JD and am confident my MBA has helped prepare me to enter business law when completely finished. The surrounding city of Livonia is nice and very safe. You never feel threatened there. It's not a huge city but there's still stuff to do there. It's also right down the road from Detroit and contrary to what most people outside of Michigan think Detroit can be a fun and safe town. Parking is easy and free. So no large complaints so far. It's a little more expensive than some other schools but it's a private Catholic university and that is to be expected since they do not receive state funding. It's also a very small school, which I enjoy. I came here strictly for the eduction, not to do keg stands all the time at a frat house and am happy with what I have experienced. There's more but I hope this has been of some help to those interested in deciding where to go in pursuing an MBA. Good luck and best wishes.
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