Prepare for the MBA Curriculum
OneMBA’s unique curriculum is based on three types of courses: global residencies, globally-coordinated courses, and UNC’s regional courses.
OneMBA course sequence
Teamwork is integrated into the entire curriculum. Most courses have a teamwork component, where you’ll work on projects with your team. You’ll participate in two types of teams: local and global. You will stay with your UNC local study team during the entire program to complete local team projects. You will also be assigned to global teams – three different global teams over the course of the program – to allow you to work with many different OneMBA global managers as you complete global course projects. Between residencies, the team works remotely using email, conference calls, and web-based conference tools.
Prepare for success
The MBA curriculum is rigorous, and many students find it helpful to start studying before the program begins. Many incoming students will take time to brush up on statistics, accounting, microeconomics and Excel. Not only is this beneficial for the classroom experience, but it also helps students establish good study habits.
Check your knowledge
On your first day of class, you will be expected to have a basic knowledge of probability and statistics, microeconomics, corporate financial accounting, and Microsoft Excel.
We strongly recommend that you download and take the self-evaluation tests in probability and statistics, financial accounting, and microeconomics. These tests will help determine your quantitative readiness for the MBA program. Also review the checklist for gaps in your knowledge.
Self-Evaluation Tests and Answer Sheets PDF
Basic MBA Knowledge Checklist PDF
Online MBA Math Review
All enrolled students will receive access to MBAMath.com prior to starting the program. In preparation for the Analytical Tools for Decision Making and Financial Accounting courses, there will be certain MBAMath.com modules which incoming students will be required to complete. These required modules will comprise a small percentage of their course grades.
MBA Math Overview PDF