When your professor walks in on the first day of class... Brace yourself. The floodgates will open. The levees will break. You will be hit full force with the unstoppable torrent of knowledge that is the first week of class at Fisher.
My name is Kate Sabin and I'm from Perrysburg, Ohio. I attended Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina, where I earned my B.A. in Accounting. Though I enjoyed my undergraduate experience, I knew that I wanted to return to the Midwest for graduate school. So, why the Fisher College of Business?
Although I am in the initial phase of my MBA experience, I can report with confidence that Fisher has already exceeded my expectations in many respects. From the multi-faceted academic modules that all incoming students complete before arriving on campus to the intensive two-week Pre-Term program, the experiential learning at Fisher begins even before a candidate sets foot inside of a classroom.
One of the biggest concerns I had about the MAcc program was the emphasis on group work. Like most people, I've dealt with more than my fair share of poor academic groups. I'm in five classes this seven-week period, and each class has a group. Even though it's early in the year, my groups are already meeting often. It's not avoidable; you'll work in groups. The difference from undergrad is that I enjoy these groups. Yes, really!