Hybrid MBA Class: Pre-Work Assignments & Textbooks
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Quantitative Methods ($75, Click Here)
“Business Analytics I & II are challenging courses. To get a jump start on your preparation, we strongly encourage all students, especially those with weaker math backgrounds, to complete the Harvard Business School (HBS) Quantitative Methods Online Course. The HBS course is a fun, self-paced way to learn the fundamental skills you’ll need to be successful. Putting the time in before class starts will pay huge dividends in time (and frustration) later on.”
-Derrick Boone, Quantitative Methods Professor
The Quantitative Methods course is an online, self-paced course that serves as an introduction to using statistical methods to solve business problems. The course teaches statistics from the management perspective and places special emphasis on developing the skills and instincts needed to make good decisions and become a more effective manager. The course includes pre-and post-assessments. The estimated time to completion is 20 to 50 hours, depending on your experience with the material.
Financial Accounting ($45, Click Here)
The Financial Accounting course is an online, self-paced course that will provide an overview of the business transactions and reports used in financial accounting and will set you up for success in your Financial Accounting course in the first semester. Estimated time of completion is 20 hours.
Pre-Orientation LCA and SDI Assessments (check your inbox!)
Excel will be used extensively in Business Analytics and other courses. Please review the following learning collection, Excel for Students on LinkedIn Learning. This learning collection was developed specifically for the Wake Forest MBA programs. Students can log into LinkedIn Learning using their WFU credentials to gain access to this learning collection and TONs of other free training.
All textbooks are required and included with your tuition. Books for your first two courses will be provided at Orientation.
The most current academic calendar is available online on the Academic Services page. Your class-by-class schedule for the spring semester will be shared in December.
The Wake Forest University MBA faculty may require preparatory coursework to be completed prior to the first day of class. If so, you will receive information directly from your professor.
Emma Butterworth, Program Coordinator, Student Services, (980) 224-9286 or email@example.com