Engaged, full-time professors, small classes, and rotating cohorts provided excellent learning opportunities. While students were definately strong and hardworking, there was a sense of camaradarie and limited competition in the classroom. Opportunity for competition was provided during mid-term projects. Coursework provided a breadth of theoretical and practical applications. Wide variety of case competitions, study abroad, and consulting opportunities were available. Overall workload is intense due to the condensed nature of the program.
Quality of Life
Cost of living is very affordable. Dedicated Graduate Business School facilities are great (dedicated computer labs, meeting spaces, etc). Larger campus is excellent; however, MBA students do not engage much in the rest of campus. While lacking some resources of a "big city" the small town feel of Bryan/College Station offers the right level of access for a busy student. Reasonable access to big city (1+ hour) if needed (Austin, Houston).