The MBA program at BHU is great. The professors are amazing and intelligent. The program was formatted into cohorts and was held on Saturdays to accommodate the busy schedule of the everyday mother, father and working adult. The cons of the program: We could not identify with the university because classes where held on Saturdays so it felt like we were the step-children of the school. Almost every office was closed on Saturdays which made it impossible to conduct any school related business. Despite the challenges, the overall experience of being in class with professors who knew and understood their work was great.
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The quality of education is great! Technology is still a work in progress.
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The pros for attending Beulah Heights University is that you will receive a great christian based environment. The university is a small one, which I like. During the regular semester about 600 students attend the university. The cons is that it is a small university, which means that university has less money to do other things for the students. Like provide scholarships for instance. Overall I enjoy my education experience at Beulah Heights and I would not change my decision to attend Beulah if I had to do it over again.
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