I'm from Section E y'all (just like fellow bloggers Ayushman Jain and Ashley Mallinson), so I'll give you the three E's of academics: Entertaining, Enlightening, Engaging.
I've enjoyed all of the classes I've taken at Anderson. They can be quite entertaining actually. Most sessions involve some sort of class discussion, and invariably someone says something funny. I love it. It also helps having two of the three Lit Club Librarians for next year. ;)
Many of our classes are case-based, so we have frequent class discussions. Even if you're not going to go into the particular industry you're talking about in a class session, the case discussion helps you understand how to approach different business situations and how to apply business frameworks going forward. You get out of it what you put into it, so I try to prepare for and engage in the discussions as much as possible.
They're not merely enlightening, they're fun also. We talked about Xbox and the video game industry, in the process discussing Nintendo and Sega, some of the favorite parts of my childhood. We also talked about Google and Microsoft's battle over Internet search, and we're going to talk about Patagonia, one of my favorite outdoor brands (I frequent REI).
I'm very happy with my education, and so will you when you get here :)
~Dwight Asuncion, MBA/MPH '15