Location
Plymouth, MN
Undergrads
83
Tuition
$15,300
Admission Difficulty
Average
Branch Campus Of
Minnesota School of Business
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Reviews 67 total reviews with an average rating of 4.1

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4 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: I feel that the cost of my education is definitely worth the education I am getting. The program is far more streamlined than a conventional four-year college, so I will be receiving my Bachelor's Degree in three years rather than four. This means that I will have an advantage over others earning their degree traditionally, as I will be able to join the workforce sooner, and will be able to have experience while others are finishing their final year. The financial aid department was able to answer any of my questions, and when I encountered a problem, they were able to help me sort it out quickly. They have also followed up with me to make sure things were going as they should.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I would choose this school all over again, because the thought of going back to school after 25 years was very intimidating. They were very helpful in making sure that my experience would allow me to obtain the degree that I am looking for without making it overwhelming. They helped me to tailor my experience to my comfort level while letting me know that any changes necessary would be okay. I have really felt that they want me to succeed as a person, and not just a student ID.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: They have so many different resources to help with your education; as I am an online student, I can only speak of those assets. I have access to a campus library where I can not only do my own research, but can ask for help from actual librarians during their business hours. There is a career center in which you can start from day one working toward your goal of finding a job in your field. They really do want to see you succeed and will help you in whatever capacity they can, whether it be interviewing, your resume, networking, work study or internships.

College Freshman

Campus Resources: As I am an online student, I have no knowledge of their campus. I will say that I have only once had a problem with logging in when I first started, and within minutes of placing a phone call to their Tech Support, I was logged in and on my way to learning!

4 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: I am enrolled in MSB - Online classes, as those are the best fit for me. The staff has been very helpful in setting up my financial aid, offering recommendations of classes that I should take first because they are prerequisites for other classes that I am required to take to earn my degree, answering questions and helping me become familiar with their policies and procedures and the various tools that they offer to help me succeed, both while in school and after I graduate. I do not have credits to transfer, so I have no experience in that regard. I also have not started my classes yet, but feel prepared to do so when they start March 31st. They have helped make my experience a lot less scary!

1 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The cost to attend is very high and they offer no financial aid financed by MSB unless you are a high school graduate or military vet. They don't even have aid available for those in financial need. Although the value of the education in and of itself is good, the cost leaves me expecting more from the school.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Although the flexibility is better than other private and public colleges, it is not the best. I was a transfer student with two and a half previous years at another college, but non of my credits transferred! when I applied I showed the admitions representative my college transcript, showed them my passing AP scores and highschool-college level classes which were in partnership with the UofM and was told that much of them should transfer as long as MSB had a similar course. Being diligent I looked at the syllabus of my past classes and compared them to MSB elective and required course. I found that a lot of them were similar, computer classes, economic classes, math classes, ect., but all of the transfer credits were denied. I appealed the decision and made my case, pointing out the similarities between the two syllabi, but was told that "although the classes are similar, we can not guarantee that they were taught to our standards." MSB does offer a test out option, but this is only for a very few classes. I did try to test out of whatever class I could, but they structure the tests unreasonably hard. I have taken up to physics and calculus and did well in both classes, but when I took the test out for the required algebra course I found they included a lot of advanced physics and calculus questions.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: The business chairman at the brooklyn center campus has direct experience and success within the field and is running the program so that students graduate with a competitive edge against other job applicants.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The workload and student tutors are very good. The classes are smaller, about 20 people or under, and often teachers will tailor the lesson plans to better suit the students major and desired outcomes. However, the registration process is not structured well so that you may end up taking classes in the wrong sequence.

4 College Junior

Student Body: The student body from campus to campus is very different. Depending on where you take classes the campus may have more vet-tech, or more business, or more paralegal students. Although the school offers more majors, these seem to be the most popular.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: We have a wide variety of resources at the school. There is a library on campus and also an online library as well. I use the job search resource on our website.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: Great Internet at my school and starting iPad learning this fall. Almost always have access to a computer and the Internet.

5 Recent Alumnus

Online Courses: I was a bit nervous to take online courses at first. However, since I have been taking more of them I have really enjoyed them. It feels as though online classes are more work than actually going in for an in-house class, but I really enjoy the convenience of them since I am a stay at home mom.

5 Recent Alumnus

Academic Experience: I was an accounting major and recently received my associates degree. I am currently continuing to work towards my bachelors in business administration. I feel that all of my classes have been relevant to the information I should be learning in going for my degrees. The courses are challenging but that is what I expect since it is college.

5 Recent Alumnus

Academic Experience: I feel that one of the greatest benefits to my school is that the teachers go above and beyond to help students. I really enjoy the small class sizes, it helps to make you feel as though if you need help you will be easily able to get it. Class registration has also been convenient, every quarter I am sent out recommendations that fit my needs.

5 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources: My school helps students in a wide range of aspects. For example, they will send emails to students in search of setting up ride share groups for students in need. In addition, every quarter they have various activities in the common area in an effort to bring students together.

5 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources: The facilities on my home campus exceed my expectations. There are always different and fun campus activities taking place.

5 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources: My campus always has computers and printers available any time I go in. Honestly, I never have any problems that weren't immediately fixed.

4 College Sophomore

Online Courses: Online courses are easy to follow and allow for better time management.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: So far, I haven't seen many students in my program, which is Medical Assistant, but the field is growing. I am taking a full load of credits, and all of my classes are interesting and challenging. With the exception of the computer labs, the facilities are great, and the small campus is just right for me. I look forward to my externship opportunities at a local clinic or hospital.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: This is the one drawback to attending Globe University. The computers take an eternity to log in from campus, so I try to do the bulk of my computer work from home.

4 College Junior

Student Body: I am a "mature" student (51 years old, returning to school after 30+ years). I enjoy the diversity I find at Globe University!

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I am maintaining an A average in all of my classes. I chose Globe University (Minnesota School of Business) due to the flexible schedule, and the career-oriented curriculum. After I met with my admissions advisor and other administrators, I was impressed. I am confident I will complete my first term with an A average, and will be carrying 20 credits next term!

4 College Sophomore

Career Services: I didn't have to utilize the career services much. I was very fortunate to find a job immediately after mu internship! They were great help with creating resumes and practicing the interview process. I was also contacted a couple years after graduation to see what I was doing with my career. They even had an alumni party with dinner and social time...it was very fun!

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: I chose MSB/Globe college (again!) because of their flexible class schedule, online classes, and the ability to get credit for your work experience. They also offer a LOT of test-out options that you may already have knowledge of.

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