Entries in Washington U St. Louis (Olin) (8)
Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis purchased MBA Math subscriptions for all incoming students for the fourth year.
Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis purchased MBA Math subscriptions for selected executive MBA program students.
Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis purchased MBA Math subscriptions for all incoming students for the third year.
Here is a testimonial from Jessica Grote, who recently completed her first year at Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis and is a member of the MBA Math Board of Advisors, about her pre-MBA use of the MBA Math online quantitative preparation course:
I am a second year MBA student at Washington University’s Olin Business School. I graduated with a degree in Architecture from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where I served as President of the Women in Architecture organization and studied abroad in Rome, Italy. Before returning to graduate school, I worked at an engineering firm and was highly involved in my community as a volunteer for the American Red Cross and United Way. Now at Olin, I am concentrating in Brand Management and Marketing Consulting/Strategy while serving as President of the Olin Marketing Association.
As an MBA student with a non-business background, I found MBA Math to be particularly helpful. The lessons gave me a comprehensive overview of the quantitative work that would be performed during the core curriculum of the program. MBA Math is unique in that it provides the flexibility to work at one’s own pace to meet personal objectives. It’s a great transition to graduate school.
Jessica Grote, a first year student at Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis, reports on Excel at Olin:
Excel is essential for several classes at Olin. Fortunately, Olin offers an excel overview during the 2-week "Gateway Olin" orientation program. This is a great way for Excel beginners to learn the basics or for Excel whizzes to do some fine-tuning before the core program begins. Once classes begin, it is easy to further Excel skills through the help of teammates during group projects. In addition, professors often provide detailed Excel directions and are more than happy to walk through the steps with students who seek one-on-one support.
Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis purchased MBA Math subscriptions for all incoming students for the second year.
Blogging has been slow while I've been getting admitted students ready for their summer pre-MBA quantitative preparations. Cornell (Johnson), Dartmouth (Tuck), and Washington St. Louis (Olin) have purchased MBA Math subscriptions for all incoming students. Georgetown (McDonough) will do so in the next day or so.
Separately, admitted students from dozens of MBA programs have found their way to MBA Math on their own in recent weeks and are working through the twenty-two lessons covering Excel spreadsheets, finance, accounting, microeconomics, and statistics. Students subscribing in the past six weeks will be attending the following prominent MBA programs in the fall: Boston College, Carnegie Mellon, Chicago, Columbia, Duke, Georgia Tech, Harvard, INSEAD, London Business School, MIT, Michigan, Purdue, Rice, Rochester, USC, Stanford, UT Austin, Wake Forest, William and Mary, and Yale.
Discussion boards and regular office hour online chats provide communication between students and me and among students.
Olin School of Business purchased MBA Math subscriptions for all incoming students and will use MBA Math in place of an on-campus pre-term quantitative preparation course.