Resources for current Professional MBA students.
Course selection for spring 2018 will be open Monday, November 6 - Friday, November 17, 2017. To prepare for course selection in advance, you may preview the spring 2018 course offerings and schedule. You may also view the spring 2018 course descriptions to obtain additional details pertaining to each individual course.
If you plan to choose any electives, do so quickly. If you are expecting to graduate in June 2018 and require the elective(s) chosen to meet graduation requirements, please note that in the “special requests” section at the bottom of the form. Students will be seated based on seniority and then on a first to respond basis. If we cannot seat you in a course that you selected, we will contact you for another choice.
You may email or call our the PMBA office at 716-645-3200 for assistance.
The international residency will give participants a broader perspective of management practices that will improve their sensitivity for conducting business globally.
The Student Response Center lists all important dates; academic calendars, add/drop, holidays, last day of classes, etc.
Important forms for current PMBA Students; Degree Completion Extension, Leave of Absence, Request Incomplete Grade Form and Supervised Research.
Use handbook to view the program
structure of the Professional MBA program.
2017-2018 MBA handbook coming soon.
Use this form to request a receipt for tuition payments. Please allow seven to 10 business days for processing.
The breakout or study rooms are available for School of Management students for group and/or cohort work.
This file page lays out the options for the standard 33-months PMBA program along with other track options to accelerate or delay program completion.
Use this step-by-step PDF guide for directions on how to use HUB to view your class schedules.
Many classes will use UBlearns to post course materials.
How to guides and tutorials that will help you navigate our HUB Student Center.
Computer and printer requirements for UB students.