MBA in a single online class for $19
No, it, is not...
I'm asking a question. Are things like this worth anyone's time? Are there better free alternatives? Does it seem worthwhile to anyone else?
I duno, nothing is for free, and at that price will they not just try to indoctrinate you into buying their own stocks or something nefarious?
Awards are like assholes, anyone and everyone has them.
I hear tell you can go to virtual MIT for free as well. Post some more bimbos and I'll contribute some more to your thread.
(fer the tits)
$19 investment for something that could better your knowledge and understanding of the business world is worth it.
That said, you could learn the same things on YouTube, but you'd be hard pressed to find a playlist or something that is organized, thought out, lean, and of course trustworthy.
If it's the validation of legitimately saying that you have an MBA, you're doing it for the wrong reasons and should probably invest your twenty bucks into some good books or audio-books on business. Or gas money to go to the library on the regular; that shit's free.
If you're trying to get a job with the MBA, and they ask where you got it, you might get a funny look, but hell I'm not trying to be negative so that could be worth it if you sell yourself well enough.
But for education's sake, for starting a business etc. one can never read enough.
I mean it's apparently about the information of taking a company from startup to IPO. Nothing is mentioned about appraising equities or anything like that from what I see.
I went through the online stanford class run by Y Combinator, and that was very worthwhile. This seems similar, albeit shorter, and possibly redundant..
that's my hope. my friend linked it on fb, and just wanted to run it by here to make sure this wasn't notoriously bad.
Traditionally it teaches management and you network with other students in your program.
It's part of the reason Silicon Valley has no respect for MBAs is because management isn't a very useful skill when your company has 30 employees or a flat hierarchy
ty man. I'm not looking for a credential, just knowledge....
I've never had yellow fever and even lived in Vancouver for a few years.
wtf, you might be onto something, 20 buck how can you go wrong. Sometimes I wonder if the business world is actually looking for graduate students in serious debt because they are motivated to show up for work.
>3,765 students enrolled
That's a cool 75 grand for datamining.
I am extremely paranoid, they may be fishing for startup ideas of their own and trolling "students" for ideas.