Minnesota Business - Blaine is a for-profit college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 114 undergraduate students. The Minnesota Business - Blaine acceptance rate is 100%. Graduating 36% of students, Minnesota Business - Blaine alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $28,700.
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Minnesota School of Business - Blaine Reviews
They do differ greatly. While online courses are easy and works well with schedules, there are some flaws. Some people learn better with hands-on experiences, as do I. I took online courses in high school and liked them very much, but feel that for the filed that I am studying, online courses are not quite the answer. For some classes, such as basic ones, they are okay. But if you really want to get a feel for the course, it is best to learn hands-on rather than sitting at a computer desk. All in all, it really depends on the student and how they prefer to learn. But overall, the online courses are nice and easy. It is nice being able to get school done and get it done on your own time, at your own pace.
My school is absolutely wonderful with helping your find a job in your field after school. They will help you with things such as shadowing, resume making and even conduct a false interview your you to practice with. They will help you in multiple ways to get a job. I love that they take the extra effort. They help you one-on-one to get a job and even years after you graduate, these options are still there for you. They will always be there to help you. Whether it be 10, 15, or 20 years later, they will still help you get a job. I love that about my school. I feel like I may never have to worry about finding job options because someone will always be there for me.
There was one particular class that is only taught by one professor on the same evening, the same day of the week, each quarter. Since that didn't fit my schedule, I had to take the online option, and I learned nothing from the professor. It was a self-study course to get you through the requirement. Very disappointing.