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Columbia Business School
<b>Additional Degrees</b><br>PhD Doctor of Philosophy- 4-5 Yrs; EMBA Executive Master of Business Administration- 19 months; MBA ...
"The Business School of Choice"
Reviewed by royalcash
If you are looking for a business school that blends academics and extrcurcullum activities, look no further than Columbia Business School.
Thunderbird -- The American Graduate School of International Management
<b>Additional Degrees</b><br>Master of International Management (MIM): Full-time, distance learning option; 42 total credits ...
"Thunderbird: My Alma Mater"
Reviewed by George_Chabot
The number 1 ranked international business school, Thunderbird should be on your short list if you're seeking graduate business education.
California State Polytechnic University San Louis Obispo College of Business
<b>Additional Degrees</b><br>Master of Business Administration (MBA): Full-time; 96 total credits required; 2 to 7 years to ...
"In these hard times, consider Cal Poly"
Reviewed by jefhatfield
I cannot think of a business school in these hard times who can offer a better value for dollar than Cal Poly's school of business.
Santa Clara University -- Leavey School of Business
<b>Additional Degrees</b><br>MBA - 2-6 years; EMBA - 16 months; MBA Agribusiness - 2-6 years.<br><br><b>Joint ...
"solid place, great for mid-career professional"
Reviewed by tlbrink
I got my MBA there 25 years ago, and the place has only gotten better since. Many of the students are engineers or accountants. . . .
Stanford Graduate School of Business
<b>Additional Degrees</b><br>Sloan Program- 10 months; PhD- 4 yrs.<br><br><b>Joint Degrees</b><br>It ...
"GSB Orientation - A Peek into student life?"
Reviewed by shaggyk
Speaking with friends about Stanford B-School's Orientation, you couldn't think of a better place to be. For the past two . . .
Emory University -- Goizueta Business School
<b>Additional Degrees</b><br>Day MBA (MBA)63 total credits required 21 months to complete Concentration in Accounting, ...
"Goizueta - Going Places..."
Reviewed by grookett
My experience at Goizueta Business School has been outstanding. The school is really going places - they have set a goal . . .
University of California-Los Angeles -- The Anderson School of Management
<b>Additional Degrees</b><br>MBA, Executive MBA (2 years); fully-employed MBA (3 years); PhD (4 ...
"Great School/Great People"
Reviewed by GoBruins
Absolutely the greatest business school experience around! Anderson has a true forward-thinking learning culture, coupled . . .
Yale University -- Yale School of Management
<b>Additional Degrees</b><br>M.B.A., two years full time; doctoral program in management<br><br><b>Joint ...
"A Yale MBA degree opens doors"
Reviewed by probusiness
If you want a top-notch business education, a powerful network of alumni contacts, and want to shift your career into overdrive – check out the Yale MBA program.
American University -- Kogod School of Business
<b>Additional Degrees</b><br>Master of Business Administration (MBA): Full-time, part-time; 41-54 credits (18 months and up). ...
"Overlooked and Underrated"
Reviewed by sonjjeanne
When I first looked at possible MBA programs, I was far more interested in major players like Georgetown and Emory than . . .
Boston College -- The Wallace E. Carroll School of Management
<b>Additional Degrees</b><br>FT MBA = 4 semesters (2 years); PT MBA = 9 semesters (3 years); FT MSF = 1 year; PT MSF = 2 years; ...
"Great Business School that will only get better"
Reviewed by calebu2
Boston College has a lot to be proud of in the Carroll School of Management. Obviously, as a current Ph.D. student, I'm going . . .
Georgia State University -- J. Mack Robinson College of Business
<b>Additional Degrees</b><br>Master of Business- 2 years evening/part time ; Web-based lockstep MBA -2 years ; weekend lockstep ...
"Inexpensive, High Quality MBA"
Reviewed by kdonica
Georgia State has a great MBA program. Although they specialize in part-time students, it is also a good school for full . . .
University of Chicago Graduate School of Business
<b>Additional Degrees</b><br>5.5 years<br><br><b>Joint Degrees</b><br>MBA/MA Area Studies and ...
"One of the Finest B Schools in the Country, and Not Just for Quant Jocks"
Reviewed by buffoonery
Look carefully at U of C if you're accepted. I'd only go to Harvard, Stanford, Wharton or Kellogg before I went here.
Southern Methodist University -- Edwin L. Cox School of Business
<b>Additional Degrees</b><br>The Cox School offers MBA (full time and part time) and Executive MBA programs; Full time - 2 years; ...
"Cox School of Business - expensive, but you get what you pay for..."
Reviewed by labradford22
For anyone who truly wants to make a two-year commitment and investment in him/herself, and who can somehow afford $12,000 per semester, I highly recommend Cox.
Southwest Texas State University College of Business Administration
<b>Additional Degrees</b><br>MBA - 1 to 6 years; MAcy - 1 to 6 years;<br><br>
"Better than you might think"
Reviewed by mistsy
Texas State is up and coming. It is so much more than what it outwardly appears to be.
Western Michigan University -- Haworth College of Business
<b>Additional Degrees</b><br>MBA-15 months. concentrations in accounting, economics, management, management information systems, ...
"A great Education - Western Michigan University"
Reviewed by x97schinkel
1)The people there are friendly, fun and helpful. 2)The campus is top rate, it is beautiful. Most of the buildings . . .
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