UCLA offers online MBA course with CMI management courses
CMI Management Courses offers a series of online MBA courses online for the first time, offering management graduates a way to learn about the business of management at a more advanced level.
The CMI website says the online courses are designed to help business professionals “identify, evaluate, and develop their business skills,” but it’s unclear what the courses will entail.
The first two courses, which are offered at McGill University in Montreal, are taught by management professor James Dolan.
They are both available online.
One of the courses is a three-hour online course that can be taken with a professor or instructor.
The other two courses are both 15-minute online classes.
They are aimed at those who have completed a master’s degree in management and who want to gain experience with a variety of business management techniques.
It’s not clear how much time students will spend learning the courses.
The McGill University website describes the course as “a four-week online course for business managers and managers of their own teams.
This course focuses on the theory and practice of business, and includes case studies on the role of management in achieving success and sustainable growth in today’s global economy.”
The courses are offered in English, French and Spanish.
They also include three courses that are online only.
The course description for the online McGill courses reads: “This online course aims to develop business leaders and managers who are ready to take on the challenges of business development and manage effectively, in a fast-paced environment, with the skills and experience they need to be successful in their professional lives.”
The online courses for CMI were offered as part of a program launched in February to help UCLa’s MBA program prepare students for the upcoming 2019-20 academic year.
It also offered an online MBA program that offered more advanced courses.