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Hey Everyone,

I have been doing a lot of research on part time/online programs.

I am looking at Tepper's Flex, Duke's CC program and Haas EWMBA (I am located in the Bay Area).

After speaking with admissions counselors, I am leaning towards Duke's CC program. I am in the healthcare field, which seems to align strongly with Duke's HSM specialization. I have found that most part-time programs are not cohort based, more so "learn at your own pace". I really how Duke's CC provides the cohort experience.

My biggest hesitations are the quality of the program delivery (I.E. class/content delivery) and the cost. Many online programs are cheaper (albeit less highly ranked).


Is there anyone who is in the Duke CC program or has had more experience with the above mentioned programs that can provide insight?
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Something that surprised me about the Fuqua's CC MBA is the proportion of international students who live/work outside of the US, let alone your city. I think they makes the experience more diverse but also sucks if you are doing a team project. It is also weaker from the standpoint of networking - not sure how much you can connect with a doctor from Sweden or an exec from Brazil. Something to consider when you evaluate your goals for the MBA.

PS. Haas EMBA or evening/weekend MBA is probable one of the most competitive programs out there.


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