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I really enjoyed this class, and it was much tougher than I expected. Global Perspectives for International Business requires weekly presentations, weekly individual case studies, weekly team course projects, and weekly class discussions from start to finish. Be prepared to "show up" each week and write, research, critically analyze and defend your positions on multinational corporations and their partnerships with solid research and your experience-based opinions. The professor welcomes all different opinions and perspectives, just make sure you defend your positions with balanced rationale.
We were encouraged to discuss all situations and ask questions, and as long as we kept close to the subject matter, we were able to discuss current political situations along with historical influences and possible future alliances. All factors affect international business and must be considered -- language, religion, ethnicity, politics, education, demographics, economics, class, and much more. This is one class that should be required in all graduate programs. I took International Relations in undergrad (different university), and it was good -- but not THIS good. This class was intense with a heavy workload, but it was well worth it.
From the time you first apply till you graduate, Keller Graduate School of Management will always be there to assist. The admissions office will help you plan and organize your full year with you. The ever-changing technology in the real world is exactly how Keller has their online classroom organized. This creates a more rich learning environment and the student will gain practical skills for the field.
Professor was great! I have been attending this school for some time now, I have graduated from DeVry and now I am attending Keller, so I have had a lot of professor, and I must say professor ** is in the top three of professor that I have had along with professor **, and professor **.
If I could give a negative star rating I would. The admission team will promise you the world and tell you of all the opportunities a degree from Keller can offer, however after you get the degree the story changes. I received my MBA FROM Keller Graduate and have found it to be completely useless. In fact one of the career counselors at the Phoenix location told me "unfortunately an MBA is kind of useless now." I wish I would have known that before I spent all the money on it. Every position at their laughable career fairs rarely required a bachelor's degree never mind a master's. And employers, they are quick to tell you that an MBA from Keller carries no weight at all. Avoid the mistake I made and save your money!
My experience has been thus far very good. From my understanding the staff are willing to help students in their classes and reach their goals. This is why I wanted to continue pursuing my MBA with Keller Graduate School of Management as an M.B.A. candidate.
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Coming from Colombia-South America, it was difficult to figure out how to continue my career. At Keller, they took the time to guide me. Finishing my Master is one of my personal goals and Keller Graduate School of Management allow me to take online and offline classes. My professors are knowledgeable and open to any questions (they set time to really pay attention to my questions). The staff is very friendly and helpful.
DeVry University has helped me attain a degree that is helping me add value to my current role in my workplace. The Professors are very knowledgeable and helpful. All of the staff has been great to work with throughout the process.
I will never hire a Devry University or Keller Graduate School grad. I attended this University and was appalled by the professors giving all answers to the class. It was a waste of a drive and my time. Professors were rude and didn't want to do their jobs - teach. When teaching did occur the answers to sample questions were not correct. This institution should have closed down 20 years ago.
I am currently a student with Keller Graduate School of Management/DeVry University. I have been a student with this school for a little over a year. The education has a high level of quality. The instructors are not there for the check but are there for you to understand the material and ensure that this is explained in a comprehensive form. The real world relationship between the instruction, the modern world, and current learning trends is amazing. No TEAMS is a big plus. Keller is recognized as pure quality and valued education. Classes are 8 weeks long and start 6 times a year. Would highly recommend anyone looking for a great school that values the education and lives its mission statement. This would be the one.
I will say what you put into it, you get out. Do not think you are going to get an A and not show up. But one night a week or internet classes the school works with you for whatever your goals and schedule may require. Amazing staff with the can do and will help attitude. My hat is off to the entire school, very proud to say I am a student here and will be completing a double Masters by December 2018.
Please do not pursue Graduate degree unless you have guaranteed job placement from Keller. I graduated with my MBA in June 2014 and still not employed in my profession. The amount of student loan from Keller is almost equivalent to a 2 year medical degree. I will never ever pay off this loan. The only help that Keller offers is with your resume or some 'coaching'.
In Jan 2006 I took GM545 Business Economics and received an A-. In Spring 2009 I was advised that I needed to take this course again and was entered into the course by the recommendation of my advisor. After realizing that this was a course I had already passed I then withdrew immediately. I thought that this withdraw would be automatic, was told that this would not reflect my financial aid or my academic status. I was dismissed after this semester due to my academic progress. At the time I was dealing with financial and work hardships which made me fall behind on my academic studies. I reentered Keller in Fall 2014 and completed my degree in July 2015. It wasn't until I was applying for my doctorate with another school that I realized that Keller Graduate School had given me an F plus taken my financial aid after they were not supposed to.
Also, the accounting course that was paid for in Summer of 09 should not have been paid for because I was already dismissed from the University. I called on 12/8 and talked to someone and they had someone from student services named Cheri ** to call me back. She was very rude although I was speaking to her nicely she hung up in my face and sent me to voicemail repeatedly. The only complaint I have is the fact that I was treated rudely and I was not given a good explanation. Also, I was told the reason why I got an F was because back then they did not do W (withdrawals) but did only F's if you wanted to withdraw. I may have the person's named spelled wrong of whom I talked to but I do have her direct extension number which is **.
Short version: I told Keller I would not need any student loans. I paid for each class in advance. Keller proceeded to take out student loans for each class. Each time, I told them to stop taking the loans. They continued to take loans. The last class I took, I demanded they return the last loan amount. The amount they withdrew from my account was to pay for my last class and to return the money back to the student loan. They failed to apply the portion to my last class, sent me a check in the mail. Then they put my account on hold and have been harassing me ever since. The last insult was the amount that is allegedly due. They now state it's now a Keller loan and are applying interest to this "loan" each month.
I would avoid this college at all costs. They stated that the loan people kept sending them the money. When I spoke with Direct Loans, they stated that they do not send money unsolicited, Keller had to have requested the funds. I would avoid this college at all costs! I am now in debt for over $8,000. My credit rating has suffered so I am no longer able to finance my home. Keller is now threatening to garnish my wages, lien my vehicle, lien any other property the state provides for.
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