Resources for MBA Students

MBA 701 Quantitative Analysis: Excel & Quantitative Resources


Free Excel Prep course offered by the Bryan School for Bryan graduate students. Email with your UNCG username to enroll.

Areas covered:

  • Working with cells and ranges
  • Formatting worksheets
  • Formulae
  • Functions
  • Charts and Pivot Tables
  • External Data (importing and exporting)
  • Macros

Beginning in January 2018, the Bryan School is also offering an exam for students to take to become an Excel Certified Microsoft Office® Specialist. Being certified by this exam helps students stand out to employers by providing proof of their competence with excel. This exam will be offered 1-2 times per month. Each sitting of the exam will be able to accommodate 24-40 students. Find out more details on exam dates, free practices codes, and additional resources here!

Quantitative Resources

Other Excel Resources

Corporate Finance Institute’s Excel Crash Course for Finance Professionals – The ultimate Excel crash course for finance professionals. Learn all the Excel tips, tricks, shortcuts, formulas and functions you need for financial modeling in this free online course.

Cousera: Excel Skills for Business Specialization

GCF Learn

University of Washington Quantitative Skills Center from LinkedIn

Excel for Dummies 2019 – Search different tips, tricks, and learn functions in Excel!

Microsoft Office 365 @ UNCG

UNCG’s Information Technology Services (ITS) has made Microsoft Office 365 available to all current UNCG students. Visit this page to set up your access!

Remember to check out UNCG’s Jackson Library Catalog Search for print and online resources!

Useful Forms for MBA Students

Visit the Graduate School’s website for useful documents and forms for graduate students. For current students, review the documents in the “Enrolled Students” section.

Please discuss with your Academic Advisor before completing these forms to understand how your course of study may change.