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I really enjoy the connectivity this program offers: whether it is a classmate I see every day of the week or my ability to walk up to a second-year student and engage in a meaningful conversation without feeling like I’m bothering someone, to the open access to faculty, staff and even the dean of the school.
I love that we get all the benefits of a huge school while still having small classes and a cohort where you can get to know all of your classmates. The draw of a Big Ten school attracts world-class faculty, and the small class sizes allow us to actually take advantage of their expertise! The vibe truly is one of cooperation and collaboration.
Broad is a highly ranked MBA program that manages to maintain an environment that is both collaborative and supportive. Everyone involved with the program is more than willing to help, whether it be with academics or career advice. This goes for my classmates, the faculty and staff, and the alums.
The MBA program is a closely knit community, with emphasis on collaboration and teamwork. The supply chain management department has academic might.
The full package that I am receiving from the MSU MBA program is not only academic achievements, but rather a combination of career management opportunities, personal and team developments, professional advancements and alumni network. The classes are based on both conceptual learning and case simulations that stimulate to apply what you have learned from lectures and textbooks into a practical environment.
Aside from the exceptional education offered, I value the openly collaborative atmosphere that gives the program a fantastic sense of community among students and professors.