Hey MBA Dude

Discussion in 'Camping Community Board' started by ntsammy5, Aug 16, 2008.

  1. ntsammy5

    ntsammy5 DIS Veteran

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    Pete,

    When are you going to be finished with that thing? It took me 2 years at night to get mine but I had 50% of the requirements waived. Do what I did, drink heavily and cheat profusely!

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  3. Gatordad

    Gatordad <font color=blue>Hates WDW<br><marquee behavior=al

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    I graduate next April. Everyone had the same amount of credits to do, 48. I can't wait for this thing to be over.
     
  4. ntsammy5

    ntsammy5 DIS Veteran

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    36 for me but I had credit for 18, BUT they were all three hour courses!!!! I got mine in 1980 abou 11 years after my BS (1st one that is - I have 3 most courtesy of Uncle SAM) Yes I am Class of '69 (and PROUD OF IT!!!!!)
     
  5. Gatordad

    Gatordad <font color=blue>Hates WDW<br><marquee behavior=al

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    they had mba's back then? I thought you went to college in the red school house.
     
  6. AuburnJen92

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    he did, deb told me so:lmao:
     
  7. des1954

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    Mmmm....IIRC, it was more of a weathered pine structure. It had two seats, a Sears catalog, and a half-moon on the door.:rotfl2:
     
  8. momoffive

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    Good luck this year. My DH finished his up after the quads were born. It was torture some days, he would go to work and right to class. I told him to keep going 'cause if he stopped who knew when he would be able to finish. It took him 2 years too, but he already had another Masters also, so some of his credits transferred, he really enjoyed the final projects. One of his projects was a business venture in Micro-brews. The Prof wasn't too happy about his choice of business, but couldn't fault him for it, it was/is his hobbies.
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