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Where did those of you with graduate/professional/certificate degrees etc. go? Also what was the degree in?
U of D Law-JD
MSU Master of Science in Accounting (Financial Reporting specialization)
They changed a bunch of rules right as I was getting into college as to the requirements to become a CPA and MSU let me start grad classes while still in undergrad and spread things out a little bit. Took me 5.5 years for both degrees (with an internship during one of the spring semesters)
I've thought about going back to school, but unless I want a PHD and to go into teaching, there's not much need for it in my line of work.
And if the good Lord’s willin’,
I’m a keep on chillin’,
refillin’ and flyin’ high
University of Tulsa
MBA, Operations Research.
MSU undergrad (James Madison)
UC Davis MBA (Finance, Technology management)
both have paid tremendous dividends! Also, in state tuition for both so fantastic value
Drank my money on a red roulette, that's a ride I can't refuse
-- The Band of Heathens
Wayne State -MD, only 2 months left thank god
MSU undergrad, DO degree at DMU (Des Moines), MPH @ SCum.
I went to Hidden Valley Elementary School for grades 1-6.
Oh wait....never mind.
MSU undergrad, law degree at Lewis & Clark College of Law (Portland, OR).
F that. 4 years was enough for me
Undergrad in Math from MSU
Masters in Math Education from DePaul
Oh, and the answer is 288.
Grad school for 4 years at Michigan. Don't worry I was still a Spartan fan the whole time. Actually being there made me even more hardcore of a spartan fan because I had to live with their annoying fans for so long...
Feel the same way. Did bachelor of Landscape Architecture at MSU, worked three years, when to UM for a Master of Urban Planning. I respect the college, especially for their Graduate programs but gained an even greater hatred of their athletic program and fans being there
A Spartan Today, A SPARTAN FOREVER. Through thick and thin, low and high water I strive to be the best Spartan ever.
This. I feel I got a great education there, but hate their athletic programs/fans so much.
It's especially rich when I am out somewhere in my spartan gear and get taunted by a WW. I went to BOTH schools for 4 years each, where did you graduate from?
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MSU - Chemical Engineering
+Northwestern - MBA (2 classes left...taking my time)
yale phd in physics
Wisconsin PhD in Physics (in progress)
MSU - B.A. in Marketing
MSU - M.S. in Marketing Research
This post was edited by arfabe16 17 months ago
got my BS in engineering from MSU
started Ph.D in same field at MSU this past fall
"bzzzzzzzzzzz bzbzbzbbzbz" - bees
As my name suggest:
MSU undergrad (environmental geosciences)
Hey I am in the Davis part time Bay Area program. When did you graduate and how did you like it?
MBA at EMU
You go to Kellogg? Enjoy being rich, bro.
MS Electrical Engineering and Control Systems - MSU 2007
Undergrad, MSU (BS, Psychology)
MS, Computer and Information Systems, Detroit Mercy
MBA, Detroit Mercy
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