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The Bryan MBA Prelude is intended for working professionals who are interested in taking evening MBA courses and potentially applying for the evening MBA program. Bryan Prelude students considering applying to the MBA should note that only the following courses will transfer to that degree program:

MBA 701: Quantitative Analysis for Decision Making

Quantitative methods and spreadsheet skills to support management practice and decision making. Topics include statistical hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, regression analysis, optimization modeling, decision analysis and risk analysis. (Spring)
MBA 702: Financial and Managerial Accounting
Introduction to financial and managerial accounting. Topics include financial statements, financial analysis of those statements, cost accounting, and accounting’s role in managerial decision-making. (Fall)
MBA 703: Economic Policies and Impact on Global Outcomes
Economic analysis of markets, and government intervention that addresses the sustainability of fiscal, monetary and exchange rate policy and their short-run and long-run impact on the global environment. (Spring)
MBA 716: Leadership and Sustainable Business
Introduction to the values associated with ethics and sustainability relative to leadership, from idea formulation through communication within various constituencies across organizational contexts and communication media. (Fall & Summer)

For more information, contact:
Tuisha Fernandes
(336) 334-5390
mba@uncg.edu

 
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