Overall, GSW has a great MSCS program. Although small, the faculty are very helpful and supportive. I did a thesis option with my adviser, and it was a very fruitful learning experience. The program was also very affordable compared to other programs... Read More I looked into.
GSW has an awesome MBA program. You can go full time or part time which has really helped me - I can reduce my hours during tax season and pick up more the next semester. The classes are taught by professors with real world experience, and they are very... Read More interactive for the most part. While I didn't always enjoy group projects, they are good for improving the communication and negotiation skills you need in today's workplace. Since you don't have to wait until fall to begin, the classes are taught on a rotating basis, so it is great that the head of the MBA program acts as your advisor. I highly recommend this program, and am proud to be an alum of GSW.
The classes are interesting but the online format is fair to awful depending on how invested the professors are in their presentations. Videos and tutorials are sometimes very old and poorly created. Part of the problem is the online system is too complicated... Read More for non-technical type-teachers and consequently, many of the online classes have major errors in the dates, content, the calendar and other aspects on day one of classes which takes 1-3 weeks to fix. Also, it seems no two teachers have the same class format making some wildly different, some overly complicated and other's just so-so. The teachers all communicate well and respond quickly to student queries but, the overall online system needs much oversight and a major Quality check before going live. Beyond this, the administrative and office staff, registrars, and many of the professors are the best in the business.