I graduated in 1996 with a BSN - then returned to school for the MBA in 2005. So I was out of school for 9 - 10 years.
All the schools
in my area require the GMAT. I have many schools to choose from. I also work in case management in an insurance company. I do not have any background with business classes at all. However, my husband is a CPA and also helped me with my paralegal classes when one instructor was not very good(my husband is also an attorney). I did take 5 legal classes and did well but that was several years ago. There is not a MBA focusing on health, I will just go for a straight MBA program.
Indiana Weselyan was one of the schools suggested for my teenager to look at.
Was your program considered full or part time?
With working full time and 4 children I will have to take these classes part time.
I attended a paralegal accelerated program for my paralegal certificate in which I attended one 4 hours class every 7 weeks and one term I attended 2 classes. Not sure how I did it as my youngest was 1 but managed to get all A's and one B(the teacher was worthless and I had my husband explain the material)
I never took accounting, statistics, or economics. I do have a high school econ book in my home though(most likely college level). Are these required to have taken as undergraduate? Can I walk into these classes without any undergraduate classes in these areas?
Thanks for your advice!