What is the online Mini-MBA 2.0 Program?
What subjects are included?
How do I advance from one module to another?
Where is the program located?
Who has access to the program?
When can I access the program?
What are the computer requirements?
How do I login?
What if I encounter technical difficulty?
The online Mini-MBA 2.0 is a non-credit-bearing course, designed and managed by the University at Buffalo School of Management. The course consists of a series of seventeen separate modules that must be completed in order to receive a certificate of completion. It is ideal for those looking for an opportunity to gain or update business skills in a variety of management-related areas. The course consists of six separate content areas, each to be reviewed and completed prior to moving on to the next content area. Each module also contains a segment of test questions at the close of each section.
The non-credit-bearing program includes content in each of the six subject areas (modules):
Accounting and Finance
Marketing and Communications
The user will complete each section, in the above order, before moving on to the next.
You may work through the material at your own pace. Each module consists of self-check questions throughout each module as well as a test at the end of each module. Users must achieve a score of 65% or better in order to advance to the next module.
The online Mini-MBA 2.0 Certificate Program is hosted on the University at Buffalo secure web server, a comprehensive and flexible e-Learning software platform that delivers the course management system.
To access the online Mini-MBA, a user must be authorized by the School of Management through the Center for Executive Development.
The online Mini-MBA 2.0 is web-accessible 24 hours per day, seven days a week. You may access the program anytime and anywhere you have access to a computer and the Internet.
To use this program effectively, you must use a computer that is able to connect to the Internet and use a web browser – Internet Explorer or Netscape – version 4.0 or higher. Macintosh users should use Netscape 6.1.
A user-name and password will be assigned to you by the School of Management. You must provide this information each time you wish to access the program.
Should you have a technical problem with the online Mini-MBA 2.0, you may contact the School of Management 's Center for Executive Development at (716) 645-3200 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Eastern Time).