The Evening & Weekend MBA Program sometimes offers a number of one-unit elective courses that complement the standard 3-unit electives offered each semester. Students may take a maximum of 4 one-unit electives, including:
- 1-unit Independent Study courses (See Independent Study)
- 1-unit Sunday Courses (Attendence at all 1-unit Sunday course sessions is MANDATORY)
The required MBA core courses below do not count toward the maximum for 1-unit electives. For 1-unit core classes with 3 or fewer sessions, attendance at all class sessions is required. For 1-unit core classes with 4-5 sessions, students are permitted to miss one class and still pass the class, but an absence will impact the student’s participation grade.
- EW200C – Leadership Communications
- EW207 – Ethics
- EW200P – Fundamentals of Design Thinking
- EW296.4 – WE Innovate
EW236H – Financial Statement Modeling for Finance Careers & EW236G – Designing Financial Models That Work:
If both of these finance courses are taken anytime during a student’s academic career, it will not count against the four 1-unit course limit, as the two together form the equivalent of a standard course. However, if only one of these courses is taken, it will count toward the limit for 1-unit courses.
EW237 – 3-unit Hedge Fund Strategies and 1-unit Haas Investment Fund Management:
If both the Spring 3-unit course and the Fall 1-unit course are taken, it will not count toward the four 1-unit course limit.