Graduate students talk about the benefits of an Elmhurst master’s degree.
The MBA program gave Kassandra Benson the confidence to land a job in a competitive market.
The MBA professors give you material that you can apply in the workplace, says Waseem Issa.
The Teacher Leadership program enabled Tracy McDonald to do good things for her students.
The case studies used for Supply Chain Management are timely, says Ian O'Malley.
Adam Dickens says that the small MBA cohort encouraged students to speak up in class.
The accounting program taught Brittney Mazewski to be both a team player and independent thinker.
Sharon Parker appreciated that the I/O psychology courses were scheduled in the evening.
The Teacher Leadership program enabled Baochau Thomas to be more effective in the classroom.
After two years, Tammy Licata says she felt like a leader in early childhood special education.
Computer Information Systems graduate Albert Connelly says the faculty have real-world experience.
With her degree in computer information systems, Terri Vu expects to advance more quickly.
Supply Chain graduate Tim Engstrom says his degree paved the way to job promotions.
Skills learned in the English Studies courses enabled teacher Lori Sommars to better help her students.
The cohort model in I/O Psychology enabled Amanda Yarbrough to grow with the same people.
The MBA general management courses gave Shari Weber a handle on corporate strategy.
Her MBA classes gave Jennifer Bercier ideas that could be implemented at work the next day.
Brian DiBartolomeo appreciates that the I/O Psychology program was practical and applied.
Patrick Yanahan found it helpful to draw on the strengths of other students in his MBA cohort.
It was invigorating for nursing student Marie O'Connell to realize that she could handle the work.
Rick Baur found his MBA professors to be accessible, willing to talk on the phone or after class.