Anderson, Indiana

Falls School of Business Testimonials


Heather Jo Douglas, undergraduate student

Mon, 2010-03-22 14:51 -- univcomm

In only two years, my experiences at Anderson University and within the Falls School of Business have already taught me a lot. Within the FSB I've worked with Anderson Media Group, learning to interview, network, and write professional press releases. I've consulted with local companies, learning to organize, professionalize, and communicate/present my ideas effectively.

Karen Leonard, MBA Grad

Wed, 2010-03-17 15:13 -- univcomm

I chose the Anderson University MBA program after considering several others. From the first course, I was convinced that I had selected the right program. The professors were accessible, flexible, supportive, and current in their areas of study. The program is definitely among the things that have enriched my life and broadened my horizons.

– Karen Leonard, managerial accountant, Defense Finance and Accounting Service

Marci Curtis, MBA Grad

Wed, 2010-03-17 15:08 -- univcomm

The cohort structure provides a fabulous learning environment. The diversity of experiences among my classmates was an invaluable part of the journey that could not be achieved through an on-line program. I experienced a real sense of respect for the individual. The human aspect of being a leader was not dissected away from the nuts and bolts of business education. I believe many schools can teach you finance, accounting, marketing, and strategy, but I walked away from Anderson University with all that ...

David Tabb, MBA Grad

Wed, 2010-03-17 15:03 -- univcomm

One reason I chose Anderson University was the opportunity to participate in an international immersion experience. Studying international business in Paris was one of the best experiences of my life. I gained a greater understanding of how business is conducted in another country and I was able to gain first-hand experience with a different culture. The trip definitely expanded my knowledge and enhanced my understanding of business from a global perspective.

– David Tabb, distribution supervisor, Gander Mountain

Michael Good, MBA grad

Wed, 2010-03-17 15:01 -- univcomm

After a diligent search of the MBA schools in central Indiana, I concluded that AU would be the best fit for me. First, it is all about the student. I spoke to several AU alums who said they had received a high-caliber and spirited education through the MBA program. Second, being part of a faith-based institution was another big attraction, as we are part of a complex and diverse world that, in many ways, has gotten away from the foundational drivers of properly co-mingling ethics and morals with today’s corporate environment.