Course and Materials

Bay Area MBA Textbooks and Textpaks
Where to Find Textbooks and Textpaks

Textbook Information

Textbooks for the San Ramon MBA Program for part-time students are now stocked in the Davis campus bookstore only.

You can order your textbooks online. These books may not be available for pick up or shipping until a few weeks before the quarter begins.

The UC Davis Store is located at:

Memorial Union
One Shields Ave
Davis, CA 95616

Main Store: (530) 752-6846
Textbooks: (530) 752-2707

Email: textbooks@ucdavis.edu

The UC Davis Bookstore will charge your credit card the cost of the order and the UPS shipping fee (books can also be ordered and picked up at the store). When calling, tell them the course number (e.g.,  MGB 200A). The UC Davis Stores seek to have books stocked and available for purchase at least one week before classes begin.

TEXTPAK INFORMATION

Textpaks are obtained through Study.net and/or Harvard Business Publishing and may be downloaded in electronic form around one month prior to the first day of classes. Students must be enrolled in the course to access materials. Information will be provided through the course Canvas site regarding accessing study.net’s or Harvard’s materials.

Once logged into the materials site, students may choose to view textpaks online, print textpaks themselves or order a hard copy that will be sent directly to the student via First Class Mail (Study.net only). If a student decides to order a printed textpak, it will be shipped immediately and will be received within 3-4 days of the order date.

The advantage of using Study.net and Harvard over traditional hard-copy only textpak providers is the convenience of instantaneous access to course readings online and it provides students with the choice to purchase copyright access and print materials themselves, or purchase a hard copy that will be compiled by Study.net.

Once enrolled, students will need to set up a user name and login password to purchase their specific textpak. Once logged in, students may search for their course (on study.net) or use the provided link (on Harvard) and then begin viewing the pak online. It is that easy!