Originally Posted by Jbreen1
edit*** I think I'm thinking about some of the grad accounting programs I've been looking at. Doesn't make sense that you need prerequisites for an MBA. That's the whole point of an MBA. I'm drinking. My fault.
although not full-fledged classes that you must have taken prior, some schools have a version of the following: "All entering MBA students must demonstrate proficiency in mathematics through an exam
administered before the start of the program. Students whose self-administered assessment tests (taken before arriving for Pre-Term) indicate that they need a math refresher may register for optional, on-campus math review courses
. Those who have never had a college-level calculus or statistics course are encouraged to take one before arriving on campus. Both courses provide an excellent foundation for the core curriculum." http://www.wharton.upenn.edu/mba/academics/preterm.cfm
Northwestern's 1 year program also requires: There are seven courses students must complete to be eligible for the One-Year Program: accounting, finance, marketing, statistics, operations, economics, and organizational behavior.