Hear what students say about their experience at Post University
Mainly because it was the best program for what I needed, and I didnâ€™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. Iâ€™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. Thatâ€™s a big chunk of change right there. Itâ€™s a good deal.
It definitely exceeded my expectations. I was extremely nervous, but so far, itâ€™s been a great experience and more than I thought it would be on many levels. Everythingâ€™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 wouldnâ€™t have been able to do that.
The discussion board generates a lot of camaraderie and communication, with everyone sharing ideas. Everybodyâ€™s so diverse and comes from so many different backgrounds, and Iâ€™m really interested in hearing other peopleâ€™s perspectives. Whenever thereâ€™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 todayâ€™s world. Itâ€™s the only way to truly excel.
Oh yes. Iâ€™ve already tried to get three people signed on for the fall. I strongly encourage my co-workers to check out Post if theyâ€™re looking for more education.