A graduate of Quinnipiac's undergraduate program in information systems management and graduate program in computer information systems, Dobosh was well acquainted with the University. "I knew a lot of the professors at Quinnipiac, so I knew the caliber," he explains.
Dobosh felt especially confident in Quinnipiac's MBA program since the School of Business is internationally accredited. "That goes a long way," he says.
For the last four years, Dobosh has been working full-time in the computer programming field, currently as a clinical project leader in the IT office at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, N.J.
Eventually he would like to take on an advanced leadership role, such as chief information officer in an organization. "Getting the MBA will help me reach that," he says.
He likes the convenience and flexibility of taking classes through Quinnipiac University Online. "It's a lot easier to get things done," he says. "I can learn at my own pace. That's one of the benefits."
Online classes allow him to move through material quickly when he finds it easy and spend more time on other topics that are more challenging. Dobosh says faculty members are very responsive via e-mail and phone. "All my professors so far have been helpful."
As an IT specialist, Dobosh picked up the online class technology very quickly, but says he would recommend online classes to anyone with even basic computer skills. "It's very easy to use," he says. "You don't need to be tech-savvy."
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