The pros of the Midland MBA program is that it is a hybrid program and you can get done in 16 months. Professors and the Administrators of the program are highly accessible. The director of the program is Raymond Sass, who is not only a facilitator but a teacher, that works vigorously in the business market in Washington D.C. All the professor work full time in different business industries which allow students to network through them and give them valuable input from from real world experiences. The education is at a great pace, not slow or fast. The classes are in person and online, which work with a busy schedule. The cons of the program are few. It is a fairly expensive program but they have good scholarships. The courses are 9 weeks long, which can be hard to keep up with if your not fully committed.
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