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MBAs and other non-iSchool Grad Students - see note below

For Course Description, Textbook(s) and Software Required, select the course:

Note/Tip: Courses INFX 501 - 505 are not a sequential series. If you are looking to meet technology requirements, go with something that interests you or will be most useful in your future. Both 501 and 503 are coding classes, but many students find 503 to be more interesting and a bit easier to slip into coding.

Last four Qtrs student self-estimate: On average, how many hours per week have you spent on this course, including attending classes, doing readings, reviewing notes, writing papers and any other course related work?

Hours All

I hope this is useful to you. Please note the number and percentage of responses. You might keep that in mind at the end of the quarter when I ask you to complete the course assessment.

How my online courses work

What are the INFX 501-505 courses and why should I take them? - 15:38 minutes presentation

MBA Students and other non-iSchool UW Grad Students

I welcome you guys in these courses. First because I was a UW MBA '84, probably before you were born, and second because you bring a different perspective to the courses. Most students are grad students in some UW program, mostly in the Information School's MSIM and MLIS programs but also the Law School, Nursing, MBA, etc.

Unfortunately, at the start of each quarter’s registration there is always a bit of a issue in getting the registration system to work smoothly for you. Here are a couple pieces of information for you until we get you in the classes.

Please feel free to contact me at any time before, during or after the course.


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