Evening & Weekend MBA Program
Study.Net Basic Instructions
- Login to Study.Net:
Your Study.Net course list has been pre-populated with the core courses and electives you successfully bid on, when your instructor is using Study.Net. Please go to www.study.net/berkeley and login with the following information.
Login ID: your official Haas email address (name@mba email address).
Password: your last name, lower-case (example: John Smith = smith).
- Add/Drop Period:
During the add/drop period, you are welcome to access up to 8 MBA courses (listed on Study.Net) at one time. However, you must manually add new courses to your Study.Net course list as there is no direct link with the Haas registration system. Please follow these steps to access a new course:
-After login, click the link Purchase or access materials in a new course.
-Click the desired course name, then click "Add to Cart."
-You will be prompted for a course password. The standard password for all EWMBA courses is "bears."
-Printed course readers (i.e. TEXTPAK) can be ordered once the add/drop period ends and enrollment has been finalized. EWMBA students can order one optional TEXTPAK at no charge for each of their officially enrolled EWMBA courses.
-If you want to remove a course from your Study.Net course list during the add/drop period, please email email@example.com.
- View Course Materials:
-After login, click "courses" in the blue header.
-Highlight a course name and click "View Course."
-Click the "materials" tab.
-Click a material name to view that particular material.
-Click the "How-To" link (above the course material list) for tips on how to manage (i.e. view, print, save and annotate) your course materials.
- Zip Files:
You can download all or most of your course materials at one time by using the "Download Zip File" feature at the bottom of the course materials list.
- PDF eBooks:
When this option is available, click "Download eReader File" (at the bottom of the course materials list) to view a single paginated PDF of all the course materials in a course.
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