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Transfer Credit Policy
Columbia Business School MBAs
Columbia Business School does not accept transfer credits from other institutions toward the MBA degree.
Columbia Business School has established articulation agreements with a variety of institutions. View a list of our partner schools.
Columbia Business School PhDs
All admitted student requests for advanced standing are submitted to their departmental adviser and the doctoral office for consideration. A maximum of 10 courses of advanced standing (out of a 20-course requirement) may be transferred from your graduate studies. Most students do not receive the maximum allowable transfer of credits.
Columbia Business School Master of Science Program
Columbia Business School does not accept transfer credits toward the MS degree.
CBS is the time to try anything and everything. Step up and take on a huge challenge. Prove to yourself that you can do it here, and then you can do it anywhere. http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/notes/content/take-chance
Networking is the number one skill I learned at business school and it's been invaluable so far. http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/notes/content/number-one-skill
While at school, ask yourself, what matters to me and why? Then make sure your chosen career incorporates the answer. http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/notes/content/what-matters-me-and-why
Calendar of Events
- Acctg. seminar: Swaminathan Sridharan (Northwestern)
- Apr 25 2014 12:30PM
- IEOR-DRO Seminar
- Apr 29 2014 12:30PM
- Marketing Spring Seminar with Jeff Inman
- May 01 2014 12:30PM
- Acctg. Seminar: Jonathan Rogers (Univ. of Colorado)
- May 02 2014 01:30PM
- Revolutionizing Japans Information & Communications Security Environment
- May 02 2014 06:00PM
- Acctg. Seminar: Christopher Armstrong (Wharton)
- May 06 2014 12:30PM
- IEOR-DRO Seminar
- May 13 2014 01:00PM