You’ve been accepted into the Professional MBA Program. Congratulations! What’s next?
Take a little time to relax and enjoy your accomplishment, then take care of a few things before you start classes.
We are looking forward to you joining the Professional MBA program. Your first step is to finalize your acceptance and confirm your intent to enroll by paying your non-refundable deposit, which will be applied your first semester tuition.
MyUB is a one-stop online destination for UB students, where you can access the hUB Student Center and find the latest news and events. Once you have your UBITName, person number and one-time use password, you can activate your UBITName account. Returning grads and previously accepted applicants will not receive a one-time use password and should contact the CIT Help Desk if you do not remember your old password.
Shortly after you receive an offer of admission, you will be emailed instructions on how to access your UBITName and person number along with instructions for activating your account.
You will receive your UBITName and person number 72 hours after the Office of International Admissions has verified your application materials. This may happen days or weeks after you have been accepted depending on the volume at that time of year.
In accordance with New York State Public Health Law, UB requires that all students (undergraduate, graduate and professional) born on or after January 1, 1957 provide proof of immunity against measles, mumps and rubella. The state also requires that all students receive information about meningococcal disease and have made an informed decision about whether or not to receive immunization against meningococcal disease. UB students will not be allowed to register for classes until they have fulfilled these requirements. Learn more about immunization requirements.
After all holds on student accounts are cleared, including immunization holds pending paperwork showing current immunizations, spring students will be registered for open electives in the order in which they complete their course selection forms.
MGO 660 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (3 credits)
The course helps students learn how to start and run a successful business so they can use their gifts and talents, become financially independent and contribute to society. Four domains associated with the topic of entrepreneurship are examined in detail.
MGG 640 Theory of Practice of Negotiations (3 credits)
Introduction to the analytical concepts necessary for effective negotiations. Emphasis is on the negotiation and bargaining skills required by general managers. Classroom lectures are supplemented by experiential exercises.
MGI 617 Workforce Performance Management (3 credits)
This course focuses on how to improve performance in the workplace. Students will learn about the linkage between a manager’s responsibility to produce results and how those results are achieved through the behavior of others. Further, students will develop an understanding of why people do what they do and learn how to apply that understanding to developing and maintaining systems that support organizational objectives and ensure positive outcomes.
MGM 620 Consumer Insights (3 credits)
This course will focus on gaining an in-depth understanding of customers and their behavior, by answering these inter-related questions: (1) What are consumer insights and why are they important? (2) How do we develop a deeper understanding of customer segments? (3) How do we delve deeper into customer needs? (4) How do we gain insights into how customers make buying decisions? Here are the in-person class dates.
We will discuss the details of your courses, future semester course selection and degree completion planning at orientation.
PMBA orientation will be held the evening of January 16 in 102 Alfiero Center on UB North Campus. Registration will begin at 5:30 p.m. and the orientation will begin at 6:00 p.m.
Once you have activated your UBITName, you gain access to free software, UBmail, networks and other technology resources, both on and off campus. Take advantage of all of the resources and get help with technology problems at http://www.buffalo.edu/ubit/start.
Once you have registered for classes you can get your UB Card. Your UB Card is your official University at Buffalo ID and is used across campus: remembering your person number, working out at the gym and attending campus events are all made easy with this multi-purpose card. The cost of your UB Card is included in your PMBA program fee.
Having your UB Card before you begin classes is not required, but highly recommended.
Parking permits are not required after 3 p.m. However, you may find that there are times that you want or need to be on campus during the regular business day. We suggest that every student request a parking permit. Parking permits can only be ordered online. When you fill out the form, request that the permit be picked up at 1Capen.
Order your ID card and parking permit by 5 p.m. on January 22, 2019 and notify the PMBA staff by clicking the link on the email you will be sent following orientation. Your ID card and parking permit will be available for you to pick up with your textbooks during the first week of classes beginning Monday, January 28, 2019.
The hUB Student Center is your self-service online tool for billing, financial aid and viewing your semester course registrations.
Tuition e-bill notifications will be emailed to your @buffalo.edu account. Check your @buffalo.edu email account regularly to view your UB business-related correspondence.
International students and domestic graduate students taking 9 or more credits in a semester will automatically have student health insurance applied to their account. If students already have health insurance through their employer, they will need to follow the directions on the SBI Insurance website to have their insurance waived.
Directions on how to forward your UB email account. Your professors will only contact you using your UB email, so check it or have UB email forwarded to you daily.
Directions on how to connect your computer to the UB wireless system.
A step-by-step PDF guide for directions on how to use HUB to view your class schedules.
Detailed map of the business school facilities.
You can pursue a federal loan at fafsa.ed.gov or you may apply for one through a financial lending institution.
Students taking fewer than 6 credit hours are not eligible for financial aid. Non-matriculated students are not eligible for financial aid.
The University at Buffalo is partnering with Nelnet Business Solutions to administer payment plans.
View Academic Calendars, past, present and future.
Easier ways to get around campus.
Download Software: UB students can download free software using their UBIT login information.