Corban University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (5)
When I first attended Corban, I didn't know what to think. I had never gone to a Christian school before so I wasn't sure if I would be considered an outsider for only being a Christian since high school or if the teachers were just crazy like the ones you see on the news. However I soon learned not only was Corban a great school with caring educators, rigorous studies, and excellent support towards a future career, but they also forced me to think inwardly about what I truly believe and dared to ask the tough questions about society and how as Christians should live in society today. My time there was well worth it and part of the reason I am returning.
First, it is important to understand that Corban is a Christian university and requires that each student be a Christian. The MBA program is structured around integrating your faith with your work. Classes run in 5 week sessions which can feel intense at times, but the workload is manageable and the faculty is pretty supportive. It was an enjoyable experience overall and I would highly recommend it.
Wonderful investment of both time and money. The profit of an education from Corban College far exceeds mearly academic gain, though the academics are sure to prepare you much more than adequately for your chosen career path. Spiritual, emotional, and social rewards of a degree from Corban are enough in themselves to warrant attending this school.
Corban is not only a placeful where students can come to be challenged intellectually, but to be challenged and grown in all other areas of their life. Students are apart of a unique and supportive community comprised of students, as well as faculty and staff. Since the professor to student ratio is so low, professors are able and want to pour into the students they are instructing. You feel known and understood by them. Corban offers a broad range of degree programs, and a tremendous variety of extracurricular activities, so there is truly something for anyone to enjoy and participate in when they come to Corban. As a university, Corban is a business, but that is not the main goal of administration; their primary goal is one of service, to serve and equip students coming in to grow into responsible, engaged members of society, who will serve the world for Jesus Christ.
Corban offers exciting courses taught by professors who really know their curriculum. I am able to enjoy the schoolwork I work on and receive because it is truly applicable to my degree program and to my future career