based on 3 students ratings
I have one of my cousins pursuing his Ph.D. from the same college. He gave me a lot many insights for the college which invokes my attention towards the college. Also, my grades in the bachelor's helped me a lot getting through the admission process. I also have to pay $50 as the application fee while applying online.
The MS course enables me to gain the advanced accounting skills needed by me for success in public accounting, corporate accounting, business management careers, or further academic studies.
I have completed my B.Tech from a private college in Bangladesh. Before stepping into the work-life, I wanted to pursue higher studies. I chose to study an MBA as I felt it would make me industry ready and teach me about the day to day workings of the corporate sector. I applied to a few colleges in the US and was happy to be accepted at the University of Pittsburgh. An MBA degree from this college holds prestige in the job market. I applied to the college via the common application along with the application fee of $55.
As an MBA student with a concentration on marketing at the University of Pittsburgh, I am offered a leadership-oriented and industry-ready program of study. In our first year, we get to learn plenty of elective options to pursue according to our interests. Basics of the world of business administration and are also offered.
The location was near home and in a good place. The school name is world renowned. I knew there were a lot of alumni, especially in my field. Overall seemed like a good choice for undergraduates studies.
There could be an improvement. There are a lot of general education classes that I would rather not take. The business curriculum is very well developed, but I don't know if the arts and science school is that good.
I was looking for a medium-sized school in the Midwest or east coast, as well as an accessible urban campus where I would be able to do things outside of the school. Pitt checked all the boxes and I fell in love with the campus when I visited for the first time.
There are thousands, of course, offerings (a perk of a larger public school) with specific concentrations for every interest. Sometimes this means that classes are not offered when you want to take them or end up being very large.