Hear what students say about their experience at Post University
Mainly because it was the best program for what I needed, and I didn’t want to have to spend the extra time focusing on the GMAT while working and everything. The military benefit that Post offered also helped.
I wanted my MBA because I needed 30 more credits to earn my CPA. So instead of taking 30 extra credits at the undergrad level, I decided to get my MBA and be more well-rounded.
Definitely. I’m funding my MBA through student loans and the benefits that former military members get from Post. I get reduced tuition and they [Post University] cover the cost of books. That’s a big chunk of change right there. It’s a good deal.
It definitely exceeded my expectations. I was extremely nervous, but so far, it’s been a great experience and more than I thought it would be on many levels. Everything’s been exceptional.
The classes have definitely helped me in a lot of different areas. They help me see the bigger picture and understand where others are coming from.
Yes. The innovative process has made a real difference. One of my courses helped me look for new solutions to a problem one of my clients was having. I was able to create a better tool for how they record their revenue. It really helped me tackle that problem for them, and without the course I wouldn’t have been able to do that.
The discussion board generates a lot of camaraderie and communication, with everyone sharing ideas. Everybody’s so diverse and comes from so many different backgrounds, and I’m really interested in hearing other people’s perspectives. Whenever there’s an issue or questions, the professors are there with the answer within a day.
If I can do it, anyone can. You definitely need a graduate degree in today’s world. It’s the only way to truly excel.
Oh yes. I’ve already tried to get three people signed on for the fall. I strongly encourage my co-workers to check out Post if they’re looking for more education.