Babson: Test It Out
Babson: Test It Out is for prospective students interested in experiencing the Babson MBA part-time programs firsthand, through a graduate-level, blended learning course.
Babson: Test It Out is open to students interested in the
Blended Learning MBA,
Evening MBA, or part-time Certificate in Advanced Management. Two on-campus classes for this session of Test It Out will take place at
Babson's Wellesley campus and all interested students must be willing to come to this location for these two sessions.
This cohort of prospective students will be taught by
Senior Lecturer in Management, Michael Cummings.
The course, Global Strategic Management, will be taught in the blended learning format with both online learning and collaboration as well as on-campus classes. The course will start with a mandatory kickoff on Monday, October 9, 2017 and run through Friday, December 1, 2017.
|Monday, October 9||Webinar, 7 p.m. ET|
|Saturday, October 28||On-campus classes, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. ET|
|Friday, December 1||On-campus classes, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. ET|
Successful completion of the
Global Strategic Management course will allow students who subsequently enter an MBA part-time program or Certificate in Advanced Management part-time program to earn 3 advanced standing credits.* Students who complete the Babson Test It Out course with a grade of B or better are eligible to receive a GMAT test waiver should they later apply into the evening program.†
Because Test It Out is designed to help prospective students explore Babson, Babson alumni and former Test It Out participants are not eligible to enroll. International students who require a student visa to study in the US are not eligible to enroll.
*These credits can be applied towards your graduate program should you start the program in the spring 2018 term or fall 2018 term.
†Please note the Blended Learning MBA program and CAM program do not require the GMAT.
"The Test-It-Out Program not only helped clinch my decision that the Babson Blended Learning MBA was right for me, but also provided thorough knowledge of the business strategy concepts in the course. I strongly recommend it to those interested in the Babson MBA."