Posted on Oct 31, 2016
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PO1 Outside Machinist
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I just completed the MBA 36 hr program in May. I really liked it. Definitely challenging. With that said, if I could go back I would go to Colorado State Univeristy Colorado Springs online MBA. They slate the only online MBA accredited by the AACSB. That's the highest level of accreditation for a business degree in the country. The downside is that you would have to use the 9/11 gi bill for it since it's way more than what you get with TA. Liberty changed their graduate tuition to $275 per unit for military last year which is an easy to cover. So it just depends on what you want out of it. If you are ok with letting go with your gi bill I would do CSUCS. But if not Libertyis by far the best option outside of that. Great school and amazing military department faculty. The head of military affairs is a retired major general, I believe.
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If you have the time prior to you getting out of service I would probably do one of the 9 credit options I.e Human Resources, supply chain, project man., etc.
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PO1 (Join to see) - Cool, yea those breaks are definitely needed in order to let the mind rest for an intense program.
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I would definitely definitely recommend th program. I even tried to get my brother who is in the army to do it. The public policy is also a great program epspecially if pure retiring from the service. But you can never go wrong with an MBA. There is a lot of research out there suggesting that Masters in Accounting and MBAs are going to be the best and highest paying jobs in the next 5-10 years.
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I'm currently taking my sixth course at Liberty under he MBA Project Management Cognate and love the school, rigor, and military Affairs Office. I highly recommmend this school for TA use.
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SSgt Ray McCaslin
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I earned my MBA at Liberty. I'm very happy with the program and the Christian worldview.
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I took it at the part time rate.it was really easy to keep up with the program while working and doing my volunteering as a high school assistant baseball coach.
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How long did it take you?
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SSgt Ray McCaslin
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I started in the summer term 2011 and graduated at the end of the spring term 2014. I didn't take a class during the summer term 2012.
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I too got my MBA from Liberty. No cognate though. It was a great experience. I tried to get my brother to go there as well. It's a great school and the professors were top notch. One of mine was a VP for General Motors for over 20 years in the marketing department. Her knowledge and experience made a big difference in how I perceived and understood marketing, as one example. I would encourage anyone to attend the Grad school at Liberty. I have even considered going back for the DBA program. I started in the Fall 2013 and finished this past May. I also toons year and a half off here and there.
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I have completed about 4 classes. The best price for a graduate degree program. I like getting a Christian world perspective yet that was also the tough part trying to write papers backed with scripture. My degree was Counseling, I have not been back in to school in over seven years and have to restart. Trying to decide what to do. Hands down great military rates. Also distance learning was a good experience.
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