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Does anyone know which online courses are the best for proof of quantitative ability? I.e. those involving the necessary calculus/statistics classes required by MBA courses.

Ideally I want those that the M7 schools recognise and have in the past admitted students who have undertaken such courses.

I do not have any universities near where I live so can't enroll in nearby institutions. Hence Online courses are my best option.

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Hi MAH,

You can check out Coursera - one of my friends took some courses offered through Wharton's offering and offered a positive review. You can check it out here (there are also many other courses offered by many other schools) : https://www.coursera.org/specialization ... -analytics

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Hi MAH,

You can check out Coursera - one of my friends took some courses offered through Wharton's offering and offered a positive review. You can check it out here (there are also many other courses offered by many other schools) : https://www.coursera.org/specialization ... -analytics

Thanks, the course does look great. Though I somewhat already have a business background (my degree is in Accounting and Finance) but I need something with more Calculus/Statistics component courses as my degree is not that quantitative.

Does Coursera offer such courses? Frankly i'm not sure if this particular course would be sufficient.

Also are Coursera courses recognised by M7 schools for admittance?

Thanks

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k1414 wrote:
Hi MAH,

You can check out Coursera - one of my friends took some courses offered through Wharton's offering and offered a positive review. You can check it out here (there are also many other courses offered by many other schools) : https://www.coursera.org/specialization ... -analytics

Thanks, the course does look great. Though I somewhat already have a business background (my degree is in Accounting and Finance) but I need something with more Calculus/Statistics component courses as my degree is not that quantitative.

Does Coursera offer such courses? Frankly i'm not sure if this particular course would be sufficient.

Also are Coursera courses recognised by M7 schools for admittance?

Thanks

Anyone able to answer this?

It seems the HBS CORe program would meet my needs except for the Math part? I'm thinking of supplementing the HBS CORe program with the following. https://www.edx.org/course/maths-essent ... x-icbs003#!

Though admittedly the HBS CORe program is super expensive, so if there's other cheaper alternatives, would be great to hear them.

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