Learn the language of business:
Apply for Harvard Business School's HBX CORe for LMU students
Are you a BCLA student hoping to land a great job after graduation, but find business discussions as indecipherable as a foreign language? Are you a CFA or SFTV student considering a freelance career after graduation, but uncertain about the business acumen required for working as an artist? Are you a Seaver student looking to enhance your business knowledge in order to compete for assistantships and research positions?
HBX CORe is for you.
HBX Credential of Readiness (CORe) is a rigorous online program developed by Harvard Business School to help you achieve fluency in the language of business. You will develop deep-seated problem solving skills and the confidence to contribute to business discussions and decision making. A credential from HBX and Harvard Business School is granted upon successful completion of CORe. The CORe Credential will set your resume apart and expand your network by giving you access to the impressive and diverse CORe community. Previous business experience or coursework is not required.
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Hear what students are saying about the HBX Credential of Readiness (CORe), a multi-week online program powered by Harvard Business School faculty.
LMU is proud to be one of 30+ official collaborating universities, providing additional benefits to students taking CORe. As a collaborating university, LMU students are granted need-based financial scholarships from HBX. The fee for the full CORe program is $1,950, with up to $1,550 in scholarships available for LMU students who currently receive financial aid. LMU students can also take individual CORe courses, each with a program fee of $1,500 and up to $1,200 in scholarship funding available. HBX will work with LMU to review your financial aid eligibility, with no further action required on your part. Depending on the timing of your application, admission and scholarship decisions may take up to 4 weeks.