List of Spring 2013 MBA and eMBA courses that may be available can be found:
MBA Spring 2013 Schedule:
- Full-term Business School courses begin on January 29
- A-term Business School courses begin on January 29
B-term Business School courses begin on February 25
Students who wish to cross-register into a Business School course for the upcoming Spring 2013 term will have submit a cross-registration application online, eMBA course request is now opened; the MBA course request form will be available on Thursday January 24. MS&E students will follow a separate process; an email will be sent to you with instructions.
Only seats with appropriate open capacity will be made available for cross-registration application. If a course is not made available to cross-registrants through the form below, there is no other form of appeal to gain access to the course.
The following parameters will apply:
Students are limited to apply to 3 courses. Cross-registrants will not be awarded more than 3 credits of business school courses per semester and no more than twelve credits during their entire Columbia course of study.
Requests will be processed in the order they are received, on a first-come, first-served basis. Adjustments made to a student's request will affect his/her place in line.
Email notifications about courses earned will be sent between the morning of Wednesday, January 30th and the close of business Monday, February 4th on a rolling basis. Every effort will be made to notify students in a timely manner; students will be contacted if they do not receive a seat in a course.
All prerequisites will be enforced.
Note: B6302 - Capital Markets & Investments is a prerequisite for most finance courses. IEOR E4721 Global Capital Markets taken at the School of Engineering will be accepted as a substitute for all coursework that has B6302 Capital Markets as a prerequisite.
- There is no other form of appeal for cross-registrants; faculty or academic divisions will not grant appeals to waive these prerequisites. Students who feel they have the appropriate background may take the Capital Markets exemption exam, offered January 15-18. Exemption results will be announced no later than Tuesday, January 29th at 10:00 am. For questions about Exemption Exams (but not general cross-registration questions), please email email@example.com.
To drop a business class: You must email the Business School's Office of Student Affairs to drop the course after enrollment. You have until February 1 to drop the course.
Note that non-Business School students will receive traditional letter grades (A, B, C, D, F) for courses taken at the Business School. Also, the Business School follows a slightly different academic calendar than most of the University. Students should review the Business School's calendar to ensure they meet required course and exam dates.