MIB Equivalency Exams
B206: Data Analysis and Statistics for Business Equivalency Exam
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2014
7:30 AM-9:30 AM
* No notes, books, or computer are allowed.
* A non-scientific calculator is allowed for the B206 Equivalency Exam.
E212: Macroeconomics Equivalency Exam
THURSDAY, November 20, 2014
7:30 AM-9:30 AM
* Use of calculators – either hand-held or on the computer – are NOT allowed.
* If you have a laptop, please bring it to the exam. If you do not have a laptop, please complete the exam using the blue books provided to you.
For more detailed information, please review the B206 and E212 Equivalency Exams in November 2014 Information Sheet, as well as the Useful Expressions Information Sheet. Students from other degree programs are also welcome to take these exams when applicable.
2014-2015 Course Schedules
Room Changes to Fall 2014 Schedule
Fall 2014 Schedule
Fall 2014 Bulletin Addendum NEW!
Preliminary Spring 2015 Schedule - Updated as of October 17
Click here to review last year's Course Schedules and more information from the Registrar's Office
IMPORTANT: The Equivalency Exams are administered, without exception, ONLY twice a year―during Fall Orientation and during Spring Orientation. For more information about the Equivalency Exams, CLICK HERE.
All Fletcher courses are offered through one of three Divisional classifications (ILO, DHP, EIB). The Divisions tend to correspond to traditional academic disciplines or departments. You must complete some courses in each of the school's three divisions to meet the School's breadth requirement.
The division of ILO offers courses and specialized seminars on various aspects of public international law, international organizations, human rights, international business and economic law, and law and development.
The division of DHP focuses on the foreign policies of various nations that are often, though not exclusively, grouped by geographic regions. Principal offerings include courses in international information and communications, international environmental and resource policy, negotiation and dispute resolution, political economy, political systems and theories, international security, leadership and statecraft, and comparative and developmental politics.
The division of EIB includes courses related to international trade and finance; the economics of developing countries; problems of energy, resources, food and agriculture; international business management and international business finance. In addition, a number of courses in methodology and theory are offered for candidates emphasizing economics.