Yes, all of these programs are non-credit-bearing programs from Columbia Business School. Columbia Business School faculty design the program curricula and teach the programs in pre-recorded videos. Students earn a Certificate of Completion from Columbia Business School for each program completed.
Yes, you can participate from any time zone. Mentors most frequently interact during daytime hours in U.S. time zones (U.S. PT/MT/CT/ET), but we have students from all over the world studying with us.
Program tuition is $1495.
There are no additional fees.
We accept most major credit cards (AMEX, Discover, Mastercard, Visa UnionPay, JCB, etc.), as well as Apple Pay, Google Pay, Alipay, and WeChat Pay.
We offer need-based scholarships to students exhibiting great potential who are unable to pay full tuition. If you would like to be considered for a scholarship but you:
Click here to apply; you’ll be guided through the application. It’s only a few pages, and it takes just two minutes to get started. You won’t be required to provide transcripts or letters of recommendation. Instead, we will ask you for some basic information and to submit one brief personal statement. The entire application should take no more than 20-30 minutes.
You’ll usually be notified via email within 3 business days. At peak times or if we have questions about the information you’ve provided, it may take a few additional days to review your application and send you a decision.
Once you’ve applied for and paid for the program, you’ll receive an online program invitation at least 2 days prior to your program start date. Students who enroll at or near the deadline may receive credentials slightly later.
No, these programs are for enrichment and do not provide college credit.
Participation in Columbia Business School's enrichment program program will not afford any preferential treatment in the Columbia Business School admissions process.
Each unit assignment, as well as the Final Project, will be assessed on a rubric of:
Each program includes module assignments and culminates in one final project.
You will have until the end of the program to complete your assignments and final project.
Mentors are well-versed in your program subject and will work with you throughout the program. Your mentor will provide encouragement and direction on assignments, as well as the inspiration and confidence to be successful. In short, you won’t need to go it alone.
Program mentors will support you by answering your program-related questions, providing guidance, encouragement, and recommendations throughout the program, and giving feedback on your assignments and the final project.
You’ll have the opportunity to connect with your mentor virtually during your program through the Canvas Inbox and discussion board. You can also expect to receive mentor feedback on program assignments and the final project. Reach out to your mentor whenever you have any questions or need support regarding your program content.
Enrolled students will receive program access via email at least 2 days prior to your program start date. Students who enroll at or near the deadline may receive credentials slightly later.
You must complete all of the assignments for your program by the end of your program session. You’ll have view-only access to the online program for 1 month after your end-date.
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