Texas Southern University Reviews of MBA Programs

  • 5 Reviews
  • Houston (TX)
  • Annual Tuition: $14,139
0% of 5 students said this degree improved their career prospects
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Andy Dacosta
  • Reviewed: 5/5/2015
  • Degree: MBA
"The Pros of my graduate school is that its diverse you have people from different part of the world and the class size is quiet small which gives you an opportunity to know lecturers better. The con's would be better use of technology and more opportunities for students in regards to networking and internship programs from top companies"
Maura Lennie
  • Reviewed: 12/17/2014
  • Degree: MBA
"I am very happy to be a student of Texas Southern university, because of the diverse curriculum for the MBA program i feel that I will be exposed to several courses that will benefit me after graduation."
Maura Lennie
  • Reviewed: 12/17/2014
  • Degree: MBA
"I can really appreciate the amount of courses we are exposed to in the MBA program, as a young professional when I graduate I feel like I will be fully prepared for corporate America."
Jarraed Edwards
  • Reviewed: 10/5/2014
  • Degree: MBA
"All pros, I enjoy the courses, classmates and instructors"
Vincent Holder
  • Reviewed: 8/12/2014
  • Degree: MBA
"My academic experience with the graduate program is that there is flexibility in hours of classes. The instructors are more personable and provide you with needed one on one support. Workshops are provided to expose students to perspective employment. Assistance is provided for job attainment. The school involves the student in active networking. Students are also encouraged to involve themselves in social networking. My experience with the University has been mostly positive, however, I have had difficulty with obtaining adequate financing to complete my academic program. The instructors do not provide sufficient alternatives to assessments. A student's life experience is not factored in his/her academic program, status and/or admittance."