based on 5 students ratings
My career counselor founded this college and suggested me to get admitted to this college. She analyzed me on the basis of previous academic performance and my interests. I paid $40 for the online application which I have made.
Through our course curriculum, we are learning the skills to improve how businesses function. We'll learn how business operations, information systems, business analytics, logistics, and the use of technology impact an organization. With a solid understanding of how business processes and technologies work together, we'll be prepared for the challenges of a rapidly changing economy.
Being a part of COB itself opens many doors of opportunities as it is one of the best schools for an MBA degree. I chose the college because of its rankings. I applied by creating a profile on the official website as it is the only way of applying for graduate programs at the university.
My one-year MBA course is designed as per today's demand. In just 12 months of the course work in Hoffman Estates, I will be developing the communication skills and leadership abilities while working in teams to enhance collaborative learning and professional networking.
I had applied to two colleges, NIU was my back up as I knew a family friend who went here and loved it. I got into both schools, but I ended up not liking my first choice when I went to orientation. So, I decided to give NIU a try as I received a great scholarship. I did not even receive a scholarship from my first choice. I am very glad I did as I have been able to continue a successful academic career while making some really great friends.
They have a wide variety of choices and you're able to choose a bunch of different philosophy classes based on your interests. I had quite a few required classes but I enjoyed all of them (for the most part). I like the free reign of my major because I was able to take a bunch of philosophy electives which enhanced my experience.
It's close to my home, only an hour drive, and I like the big campus feel. I also thought that it was a decently ranked university and it wouldn't be too challenging for me. I also enjoyed the campus when I visited.
It's very easy so far. I'm only a freshman but I have a 4.0 GPA and coursework has not stressed me out too much. I am able to manage my time well and get in all assignments on time. I think the courses are not challenging.
To get close to Chicago and learn more about technology. I thought I would do really well here and it shows how much I learned and why I am so good at my job. I think it's just a great college and love it very much.
That it is good but needs more in-depth learning on the topics presented. I think they should give more projects and work-based items. The items learned are definitely helpful in your job that you can get.