Completion of the online segments is demonstrated by passing all quizzes and tests and is required in order to participate in the in-person session at Michigan Ross. The online participation requirement ensures that everyone in the classroom has a similar understanding of the fundamentals and sets the stage for deeper exploration and application of concepts.
Ross faculty guide you through the digital portions of the program, where you’ll explore fundamentals of accounting and finance. Learn and apply each concept at your own pace and revisit modules as many times as you'd like. You’ll create a connection with a larger community, from which you can learn long term.
While the online courses can be taken in any order, completion of the accounting course is recommended before the finance portion, as the application of concepts of accounting are helpful to completing the finance course.
The in-person portion of the program challenges you to apply concepts you learned online to solve a complex business issue. You'll learn how to 'make your case' in any business conversation, but especially those involving accounting and finance professionals. Throughout this hands-on experience, you'll be working with data and real-world problems to identify opportunities and solutions. Your faculty and peers support, critique, and push your thinking.