Student Experience

Online education comes in many shapes and forms and considering the time and money that goes into an MBA, you need to make sure you're investing in the right one. Here are some important questions you’ll want to consider before deciding where to get your online MBA.

When you apply for MBA programs, it's important to establish a plan of action. The application pool is highly competitive, completing the admissions process takes some time, and for many MBA hopefuls, there is a GMAT or GRE test in the immediate future. So the earlier you start putting a plan together, the better that plan will be and the better your odds at getting into a program will be. 

Graduation season opens up opportunities to spotlight some of the accomplishments of Department of Information Systems faculty and students. Our feature photo, right, is a group of students, with faculty advisor Daniel Mazzola, at the Spring Avnet Tech Games. This month's news also includes a glimpse of graduation, including a group shot of the first class of our Online MSIM to complete the program.

Among the many differences between college and career is the simple matter of neatness. In class the questions and answers are usually straight forward, but on the job it’s a different situation. Things can get messy, and that’s one of the big lessons students learn during the capstone project, a requirement of Computer Information Systems majors.

For many MBA students, getting away from the classroom and connecting with fellow students is one of the biggest takeaways from the program. Find out more about how a student club is building bonds and a feeling of togetherness.