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Favorite moment during the program?
I’d have to say walking in the commencement ceremony with my cohort after completing my bachelor’s degree has was my favorite part. By the end of the program, these people are not just your classmates, but your friends and I couldn’t have done it without them. I am looking forward to the postponed commencement ceremony for my MBA, and I’d think that will be my new “favorite” moment.
I am a Master Sergeant in the Marine Corps stationed on Camp Pendleton. I was referred by Wayne Roseberry who was my instructor while earning my Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma. I had long wanted an MBA but pursued another Masters in Organizational Leadership first. When Wayne told me about the program at the University of Redlands, I knew it was the program for me. The main factor that made it a for sure thing was that it is accredited at the same level as Ivy League universities. My experience in the program has been amazing. I have made a lot of work connections and friendships even though I did not follow the traditional cohort path.
How have you benefited from the program in your career?
I have benefited from my program in the way that I have a better understanding of how business works. I understand that that may seem like something small and unimportant but it really has opened up my eyes on why small businesses make the decisions they do as well as why big corporations make the decisions they do. It has opened my mind significantly as to why. I think that that is the question everyone asks when talking about business.