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Is hiking revelation ( 1914 trio with on great finance make some were shift supervisors at a retail store....very little insight into real business. Is this diploma worth anything? I'd have to 'no'. For the quick-and-dirty on-line MBA, go for Phoenix? When it comes down to it, on-line is on-line? Why pay more at Norwich? -Alec Great MBA program from a University with a history! I am proud to be alumni and part of the Norwich family. The staff provides outstanding support and the Professors push you. The Residency was a blast! 't waste your money on other online programs such as University of Phoenix or Norwich is considered a Tier 1 school for the Northern region. I earned a of Justice Administration degree from Norwich 2008. While that program is no longer offered it was one of the most comprehensive courses of study that I have ever participated It gave me a unique skill set that immediately applied to career. I have been able to advance law enforcement career since earning the MJA and have also been teaching online criminal justice courses for another university. The people that I worked with during time at Norwich were like-minded professionals and included chiefs of police, FBI National Academy instructors, and others senior leadership law enforcement positions. That helped to balance the cohort and gave the aspiring future leaders opportunity to learn from the best the business. I am very proud to recommend for its tradition, rigor, and program design. I've completed the MS Business Continuity program and await the residency for 2011. This is a real university, not a for-profit university like U of Phoenix. Norwich has a proud tradition and embraces all students to achieve their best. 't bother applying if you cannot write a graduate level essay each week, write 1000 words discussions each week, several exams and a 10 word final paper after 11 weeks. The work is relentless, tough and serious. The professors were the best the industry, and I've been around awhile. hey why they pick me to come to norwich university its non thing wrong with that but i want to know do yall pay like job crops. if yall do a have a son i need to take care of but i to come there write me back please. thanks is not affiliated with Norwich University any way. is an -home Private Lessons and Day Training instructor with Instinct. She has experience working with behavioral issues such as reactivity and fear, as well as teaching dogs and puppies household manners. is a Certifying Official for NACSW K9 Nosework trials and ORTs, and has trained and competed with dogs agility, competition obedience, Rally-O and K9 Nose Work. She holds an MFA non-fiction writing from Columbia University, and has completed the IAABC Principles Practice course. lives NYC with her husband and their dog Trix A 74-year-old horse trainer with no wife or children is visited by his beloved dog hospital after a horror car crash left him paralysed. Weis, from Maryborough, Queensland, was hit by a sedan while riding his scooter last year. Two nurses the sedan saved his life by reviving him twice with CPR at the scene but he sustained spinal injuries horrific that he is unable to move any of his limbs. Weis, from Maryborough, Queensland, was hit by a sedan while riding his scooter last year. Two nurses the sedan saved his life by reviving him twice at the scene but he sustained spinal injuries horrific that he is unable to move any of his limbs. Pictured: his dog visits him hospital Mr Weis is now recovering Brisbane's Alexander Hospital after surviving four weeks intensive care on ventilation. He has been visited several times by his best friend, a nine-year-old Blue Heeler named Bitz, as moving pictures show the dog trying to lick her owner's face and leaning carefully over his bedside. Mr Weis, who managed his own horse breeding business, can move using a Special Mobility Chair that is controlled by his chin and a device called a sipper puffer which responds to him sucking or blowing air. His niece Lesley described the moment she and her husband were told her