- Business Analytics
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Yes, all FLMs have a Core MBA class (required as part of the MBA program) that is a prerequisite for subsequent FLM elective courses. FLM elective courses have prerequisites. Please see FLM courses for additional information.
No, FLMs are not a requirement within the MBA program, but rather are options that all MBA students can develop.
Yes. Since each FLM consists of one Core class plus three electives that we designate as part of the FLM, the three FLM electives can count as your three elective courses.
Yes. However, if the MBA electives you have completed do not fit within the FLM, you would need to enroll in additional MBA electives to complete the FLM of choice.
MBA students declare their FLM designation within their graduation paperwork, typically within their last semester in the MBA Program.
Academic certificates are different than industry-based certifications. The FLM certificate that a student has successfully completed a designated set of academic courses associated with a career-focused topic. A certification typically means that an individual has passed a professional or industry-based test of skills and competencies. As an academic institution, our program offers certificates to recognize successful completion of a designated set of academically rigorous courses with content that is readily applicable to the workplace.
Yes. This would require the MBA graduate to complete an MBA re-enrollment form, requesting non-degree (NOD) admission for the FLM certificate program.
Important to note:
- NOD graduate students do not qualify for Financial Aid/Military funding because all graduate students are required to be enrolled in “degreed” programs to qualify.
- NOD graduate tuition cost is based on the Rutgers “in-state” and “out-of-state” tuition rate.