Prof. Sidhartha (Sid) Das School of Business, George Mason University
This online course provides an excellent introduction to the fundamentals of Business Statistics. Basic Statistical concepts have been well addressed, providing the student both the knowledge and tools to move forward and handle more complex statistical ideas and concepts.
Dr Richard Germain Challenge for Excellence Chair in Supply Chain Management, University of Louisville
I participated on this project as I understood the need for MBA students to be better schooled in the fundamentals of statistics prior to the start of their graduate studies. Having firsthand experience in teaching introductory statistics to MBA students solidified my belief in the need for a high quality statistics preparatory course. This is an outstanding product and students who complete this specific course will be prepared for the rigors associated with an MBA statistics course
Greg Filbeck, CFA, FRM, CAIA, CIPM, FDP, PRM Samuel P. Black III Professor of Finance and Risk Management, Penn State Behrend
GMAC Business Fundamentals does an excellent job of providing a comprehensive introduction to finance using a variety of learning tools including spreadsheet applications and problems. The course does an excellent job with theory-to-practice applications.
Jim Campasano Assistant Teaching Professor of Finance, Northeastern University
GMAC Business Fundamentals gives incoming MBA students an advantage by covering the essential concepts and material needed.
Eric Marrs Professor of Accounting, Southern Methodist University
Accounting is the language businesses use to track and communicate their performance and financial condition. It’s hard for me to imagine a skill in the business world that’s more practical than being able to read and understand this language. I was thrilled to participate in the writing of this course because I believe a solid accounting foundation will not only make life much easier for potential MBA students, it’ll enable them to better grasp and utilize the rest of their MBA curriculum.