Traditional public and private not-for-profit universities offer online programs, and there are only two reasons someone would choose Uo P: 1.
You know what, if I ran a business I would take a Uof P MBA over a BC/Columbia MBA every day of the week.
Usually the people taking online classes are doing so because they are already out in the workforce, not everyone had daddy paying their tuition. I do run a business and, as Mic Mutt said, a Uo P MBA counts for very little.
Mic Mutt started off the thread with this comment: A bunch of sarcastic comments followed (“It means your check to the University of Phoenix cleared”, “I hope so, that’s where I received my MD. But there was a serious response, too: aaxan: Lots of companies (and government agencies) pay for their employees to return to school for MBAs and such, and a substantial number of those people end up at Uo P.
It’s one of the top destinations because a lot of the time the employee just needs those extra letters behind his/her name, and the curriculum isn’t really that different from any other program.
“I always tell people there are two things that bring people together: sports and music,” O’Neal told Forbes before a show in Atlantic City. It’s about the record and the crowd and the Game 7 [atmosphere].” And he has a doctorate degree.
His hype man called him “the biggest DJ in the world, literally” and he’s right. O’Neal earned his degree at Barry University in Miami, Florida, in 2012.
Kopp, Chair of the Organizational Learning and Leadership and Human Resource Development Programs).
But I noticed an interesting thread in the Gawker story about Shaq’s graduation.
The value of human leadership was the subject of his thesis.
Earning an online Ph D in sports management could pitch you leadership skills for hitting a home-run into executive-level jobs in North America's .7 billion sports market.