MBA Program Makes Princeton Review, Again!
The NAU MBA program has been recognized again by Princeton Review. In ‘The Best 296 Business Schools: 2015 Edition', the College is listed among the 75 Best Business Schools, West.
Princeton summarizes the 10 month MBA program and includes the following feedback from students: “The academic experience at NAU is demanding and high-pressured, although the group nature of a lot of our work allows students to use their best skills when contributing within this environment; the school’s administration goes that extra mile to assist students, and it truly works to make the MBA program as stress-free as possible.” The Review observes: Despite the program’s rigor, the Franke College of Business is a surprisingly cooperative and down-to-earth place. Throughout the business school, “the environment is one of learning and collaboration where the majority of teachers are interested in helping students achieve success.” With few exceptions, “the teachers are extremely approachable,” and, due to the limited graduate enrollment, “the small class sizes means we receive more individual attention from professors.”
Princeton Review goes on to comment: "The breakneck format affords students a number of important benefits. In particular, it’s a great deal: Here, students only leave the workforce for a year and tuition is “significantly lower” than at a traditional two-year program. In addition, for students who plan to take the CPA exam, NAU offers the opportunity to complete their accounting courses and earn an MBA in just two years."
The article provides facts and statistics about NAU and acknowledges our student life and wonderful environment by stating, “Located in the beautiful mountain town of Flagstaff, NAU offers 'outstanding' facilities, a professional atmosphere, and a scenic backdrop.”