Ohio State: Admissions Q&A
Ohio State's Fisher College of Business (Fisher Full-Time MBA Profile) was founded in 1933 and now boasts more than 100 faculty members. But the school keeps the student side of its MBA program small—about 150 students per class—on purpose. The small student body makes it easy for students to take an individualized approach to creating their own course of study within Fisher's flexible curriculum. Alison Merzel, director of admissions at Fisher, explains that Fisher is not a "traditional lock-step MBA program."
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