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Gonzaga University is about “teaching students life lessons through a Jesuit education,” which appeals to the MBA students in its Graduate School of Business. A “great reputation in the business community,” especially for its “accounting program,” and an “awesome flexible curriculum structure” that “is designed with working individuals in mind (with evening and online classes) ” also draw area business grads to the program, which can be completed full-time in three semesters (including summer, fall, and spring).

Gonzaga’s MBA curriculum consists of twenty-two credits in core courses (eleven two-credit classes) and eleven credits in electives, and students are given the option for a “core-trailer,” which gives them “a very unique opportunity to focus in on a subject that they enjoyed during the core part of the semester.” Students report that the curriculum is “broad and covers many aspects of the modern business environment” and is “a tough workload that stresses excellence. Classes may run from 7:30 a.m . to 8:00 p .m . at night,” with break hours in between. Professors “integrate course material throughout the program” and “rarely present contradicting information” as “the material in the program is well-planned,” though “some tenured professors don’t seem to care about updating their courses anymore.” Students also appreciate that the program allows for a “flexibility of coursework.” “Students need to have more opportunities to simulate complex projects and the teamwork needed to solve them,” one student notes. Luckily, “Gonzaga’s School of Business is always looking for students’ input to make those improvements.”

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502 East Boone Avenue AD 9
Spokane, WA 99528-0009
United States





Applicants: 177
Acceptance Rate: 72%
Average Undergrad GPA 3.50
Years Work Experience: 6
Average Age: 28



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