Graduation Year: 2019
"By chance, I came across CTU, when it came up in an ad on my browser. I searched and found the Entrepreneurial Concentration for their MBA and thought to go in that direction. My goal is to be better qualified for a management position, with the degree, or help my business knowledge as an entrepreneur, in case I can't get hired, being 55-plus. I may try and apply for Business Education career, though. I have no regrets, as I'm nearing the end of the my enrollment, with a 3.7 average. I've learned a lot and it was not "easy", as assumed with an online college. The one thing I didn't agree with is the, "learn at your own pace", promotion. You've got 5.5 weeks to complete the session and the assignments have deadlines, that you most meet, or you lose points. Some of them are quite involved and you CANNOT get a more than a couple days behind, or it's going to be rough trip, getting back on track. Academic writing is required and I've seen some students try and get away with "copy & paste" submissions to the discussion boards, with simplistic answers. I often wonder what some of their grades are, because you have to answer classmates' submissions, which can be very hard, when it's obvious that they are not keeping up with the assignments, themselves. It's worth it, especially if you're working on a promotion, that requires a degree/advanced degree. The experience will NOT be a degree mill one. I recommend CTU for graduate studies, rather than undergraduate. I went to DeVry and for-profit schools are expensive and burn through your financial aid, too fast."