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The UCLA Executive Program is designed to enhance the professional development competencies of executives and managers. In the company of other leading executives, you will acquire the management expertise, leadership skills, and critical business perspectives to enhance your career and make a significant impact on your organization. Address the latest innovations in management education, understand and integrate the functional areas of business, and apply techniques for effective analysis and decision making. Taught by world-renowned faculty, you will learn to maximize the value and application of the latest management knowledge and techniques while integrating it into your corporate equation.
The Michigan State University Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management is widely acknowledged by academia and industry as the leader in creating, integrating, and disseminating marketing, procurement, manufacturing, and logistics knowledge. Our vision for this area of study embraces all aspects of creating customer value and delivering a standard of living in the global competitive economy. At the heart of the vision is the integration of customer needs with the process of new product and service development, strategic management of global operations, product and service assortment management, and geographical dispersion. We offer strong research-based knowledge products; excellence in education to executives, Ph.D., MBA, and undergraduate students; and an integrated, dynamic, and forward-oriented vision of competition in the next millennium.
At Clark Atlanta University, we have designed a practical, affordable program that not only meets your needs but is on target with the changing job requirements for new MBA’s. It is a program specifically developed for the working professional who is “astute” enough to recognize the need for additional education, “ambitious” enough to want to be one of tomorrow’s corporate leaders and “smart” enough to be able to attend school while continuing to work. This unique program provides connections with leading corporations and focus on real world issues through top corporate speakers, field TQM projects, executive forums, case presentations and other collaborative events. The Clark Atlanta University MBA Program for Working Professionals provides a solid foundation of academic work and the opportunity to specialize in Marketing or Finance. The curriculum includes integrated modules and is designed to be completed over a two year period. Coursework is complemented with field projects, guests lectures, real-world case analyses and other practical applications developed to take advantage of your special work/school situation. Accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business since 1974, our mission-based admission criteria ensure a diverse, well-qualified class… all of whom have a measurable achievements and a wealth of practical application to bring to the classroom. And, unlike some programs, an undergraduate degree in business isn’t required for admission. Your undergraduate degree can be in any discipline from humanities to engineering and education to computer science. To be considered, you’ll need to achieve an appropriate score on the GMAT, demonstrate the ambition, drive and perseverance to complete the program and have relevant, professional work experience.
The Columbia Executive MBA (EMBA) Programs are global leaders in educating successful managers. For the second year in a row, the Financial Times ranked Columbia Business School’s Executive MBA program #2 worldwide. The Financial Times highlighted Columbia EMBA alumni as having the highest salaries in the world, and singled out Columbia as the #2 school for faculty research. This survey highlights Columbia Business School’s commitment to providing the finest business education in the world and is reflected in the extraordinary success of our graduates. The Columbia Executive MBA competitive advantages are highlighted in: Flexibility and Teamwork Students in the Columbia EMBA program in New York, which enrolls about 250, complete the same degree as full-time Columbia MBA students. The collaborative atmosphere capitalizes on the wealth of students’ knowledge of the workplace. Participants attend classes on Friday and Saturday every other weekend. Global Focus Columbia’s pioneering EMBA-Global joint program with London Business School, launched in 2001, offers monthly classes alternating between the two of the world’s financial capitals. Graduates hold full MBA degrees from both schools. In 2002, we extended that concept with the innovative Berkeley-Columbia Executive MBA program, which blends the advantages and perspectives of Wall Street and Silicon Valley for a distinctive academic experience. Network Power The Columbia EMBA attracts the most talented individuals from 3,000 multinational firms in New York and their counterparts across the globe. Personal attention is a hallmark, and a diverse selection of electives assures that the degree is both rigorous and relevant. The capstone Team Project course is the incubator for entrepreneurial ventures and consulting achievements — as well as lifelong bonding.
Executive Program engages participants in a comprehensive, integrated curriculum conducive to extensive interaction among themselves and with the faculty—creating a stimulating learning environment which enables participants to: • Create value by their actions at multiple levels for themselves, others, their enterprises, and economies. In fact, the creation and sustainability of value is the essence of any enterprise. • Broaden and sharpen their perspectives with respect to important social, cultural, political, and economic factors that influence the global business environment. • Understand the importance of a management framework comprised of functional expertise, shared values, teamwork, and ethical leadership. • Develop and enhance their abilities to: – Lead with vision, wisdom, and integrity while encouraging others to do the same. – Develop and select strategies for competitive advantage. – Respond to the challenges of a competitive global environment. – Build relationships and management systems to foster coordination across functions. – Understand, manage, and lead the change process. – Rethink business processes; engage in systems thinking.
Fuqua is regarded as one of the premier educational institutions in the world, with executive MBA programs consistently garnering Top 10 rankings. In 2003, Fuqua’s executive MBA programs were ranked No. 3 worldwide in the Financial Times, No. 4 in BusinessWeek, and No. 5 in U.S. News & World Report. Fuqua offers its Executive MBA degree in three convenient formats: Each of the three executive MBA programs is tailored to different life and career stages. The same world-class faculty teaches in all Fuqua’s programs. Each program offers the same core curriculum, leading to the same Duke MBA degree. The Duke MBA-Weekend Executive This established and highly respected program meets alternate weekends on the Durham, NC campus. Gain strategic vision while participating on diverse teams with managers averaging 11+ years of work experience. The Duke MBA-Global Executive This pioneering program, designed for executives with an average of 14 years’ experience and global responsibilities, combines traditional teaching with Internet-enabled distance learning. In-classroom residencies in Asia, South America, Europe, and the U.S. enhance understanding of global business. The Duke MBA-Cross Continent This unique 20-month program is geared towards high-potential professionals with 3 to 9 years of experience. Maximize flexibility by combining week-long residencies in the United States, Europe, and Asia. The learning continues after residencies with internet-enabled distance learning. Students maintain their careers while studying from anywhere in the world.
Whether you are a general manager who wants to take business performance to a higher level, or a new director or VP assuming P&L responsibility, Carnegie Mellon’s Program for Executives is tailored for you. That’s because it is the most personalized four week general management executive education program offered by a top-ranked business school. The Program for Executives builds stronger general managers by: * Combining a comprehensive general management curriculum and a personal development focus * Integrating strategy, finance, process management, marketing and leadership in a powerful curriculum * Affording participants an opportunity to think and learn with business leaders from around the globe * Providing global perspectives on business today and the future, and * Complementing classroom learning with personalized academic and executive coaching The challenges of general management responsibility are significant and variable – regardless of your background, experience or prior education. Unfortunately, executive education programs historically have not focused on the individual development needs of their participants. By contrast, Carnegie Mellon’s Program for Executives offers you (along with other general managers) the opportunity to learn from top professors, and includes personalized competency building so that you can emerge with new knowledge, skills, and the energy necessary to lead your business. Carnegie Mellon’s Program for Executives has been bringing senior managers from around the world together with our top-ranked faculty for close to 50 years. However, 4-week general management programs have to evolve given that any time “away from the office” today needs to be productive and valuable in immediate and obvious ways. This new reality has led to a redefinition of the Program for Executives that is focused on: * Efficient Learning of Cutting-edge General Management Models * Objective-Based Personal Development * Leadership Energy for Immediate Impact.
The Berkeley-Columbia Executive MBA Merging the strengths of two top business schools, the Berkeley-Columbia Executive MBA program offers on-campus instruction featuring the same rigorous curriculum and world-class faculties as our prestigious full-time programs. Students become part of a vibrant, motivated community. And graduates receive two degrees, one from each institution, and join the ranks of two worldwide alumni networks.
Harvard Business School Executive Education programs strengthen the leadership capacity of individuals and their organizations. The School’s learning model immerses the world’s most promising managers in a transformational experience that fosters professional, intellectual, and personal development. Every program challenges executives to think and manage more effectively in a changing business world. The mission of the MBA Program at Harvard Business School is to develop outstanding business leaders who will contribute to the well being of society. It is this mission that guides the HBS experience and inspires graduates to go out there and make a difference. Harvard Business School is an incredible place to be: no matter what your interest—be it professional or personal—you’ll find a wealth of resources and a world of possibilities waiting for you.
Founded in 1970, the School of Business has produced over 1200 distinguished MBA graduates prepared to meet the challenges of the global business environment. As a top-notch business school, the Howard University MBA program was the first in Washington, DC to be accredited by the AACSB-International Association for Management Education. Since Howard University is located in the nation’s capital, our program offers a diverse cultural and educational environment, as well as provides access to some of the most renowned public and private institutions in the world. As future business leaders for America and the global community, our students are heavily recruited for internships and our graduates for permanent positions by leading Fortune 500 companies, the public sector, and international institutions. For the Year 2000, BusinessWeek ranked our MBA Program among the top 67 MBA Programs in the United States! To enhance learning and to build leadership skills, our graduates are actively involved in professional development, student organizations, community activities, and corporate-sponsored programs such as entrepreneurship, investment, and management consulting. In addition to our existing special programs and centers, the program includes a corporate-sponsored Center for Excellence in Supply Chain Management.
The Johnson School Executive MBA program is specifically designed for mid-career managers, executives, and senior professionals. Through classes on alternate weekends (Saturday-Sunday) in the New York Metropolitan area, Executive MBA students earn the internationally recognized Johnson School MBA degree in only 22 months without career interruption. The program combines the rigor and depth of a traditional MBA program with the general management curriculum and weekend format of an executive degree program. The program schedule allows for maximum flexibility and work-family integration. The program is divided into four terms of approximately equal length and a summer break. Each term begins with a full week in residence on the Cornell campus in Ithaca. Following each residence week, classes meet on alternate weekends at the IBM Palisades Executive Conference Center near New York City. This world-class executive location is close to several airports and allows easy access to the program for executive students from throughout the United States. The Cornell Executive MBA program admits a single class of 50 students each July. The class remains together throughout the program. Courses are taught by faculty members from the Johnson School at Cornell. The small class size enhances the close working relationships with faculty and fellow students that characterize the Johnson School’s MBA programs.
The Kelley MBA Program at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, offers a strong integrated core curriculum, an internationally renowned faculty committed to teaching excellence, progressive facilities, and excellent opportunities for interaction with faculty and corporate executives. Indiana University is one of the premier college campuses in the country, offering world class cultural and athletic events. Collectively, these features result in a unique environment that offers a balance between professional education and extracurricular involvement.
Full-time MBA Programs The Kellogg School offers three full-time programs leading to a master’s degree: the traditional Two-Year MBA program, the accelerated One-Year MBA program and the Master of Management and Manufacturing (MMM) program, a joint program with Northwestern’s McCormick School of Engineering.
Part-time MBA Program The Part-time MBA program serves people employed full-time in the Chicago area. Many firms provide partial or complete financial support for their employees in the evening program.
Executive MBA Program The Executive MBA is a two-year MBA program for mid-career and senior executives. Kellogg also operates four International Executive MBA (IEMBA) programs. Sessions meet on weekends, allowing participants to attend school without interrupting their careers.
The Executive MBA Programs at UNC Kenan-Flagler are ranked #5 in the world by Business Week and provide the same rigor and superb teaching of the School’s full-time MBA Program. With a No. 2 ranking for graduate satisfaction, UNC Kenan-Flagler is among the three top executive MBA programs that earn straight “A’s” from graduates for teaching, curriculum and staff support. UNC Kenan-Flagler offers three Executive MBA Programs: Global OneMBA®, Weekend and Evening. These Programs vary in length from 20 to 24 months and meet the needs of busy, mid-career executives who want to earn an MBA without interrupting their careers.
The Krannert Executive Education Programs at Purdue University emerged as a trendsetter in executive education in 1983, establishing a standard of excellence and innovation for executives around the world. The Executive Master’s Program-initially known as the EMS (Executive Master of Science in Management) Program-was developed specifically for mid-level managers and managers-to-be who are unable to attend classes on a full-time basis to get their master’s degree in business. It was, and continues to be, a creative alternative to traditional Executive MBA programs. Designed to attract students from all over the U.S., the EMS Program was the first of its kind in its use of electronic communication by email to allow students to stay in contact with each other and with the faculty during off-campus periods. Now, nearly 20 years later, the program has moved to a more sophisticated and comprehensive electronic network, including Internet access, with computer-based applications to assist in solving business problems, thereby enhancing the learning experience both off and on campus. The Executive Master’s in Business Program (EMB): This program is the successor to the EMS Program, now that the Krannert School has changed the degree designation to an MBA for all its master’s programs in business. Unlike conventional MBA programs, the EMB program has a schedule which makes it possible for participants to be drawn from a wide geographical area. There are six two-week residencies spread across 22 months, from orientation to graduation, coupled with Internet-supported off-campus assignments between residencies. This design allows EMB participants to meet their educational goals while simultaneously fulfilling their ongoing job responsibilities. It attracts both a national and international student population, providing a diverse learning environment. The program begins each July with an orientation session where the participants are introduced to the coursework, the instructors, and the Purdue information technology system. The courses in the program have an applied policy-making orientation and make extensive use of cases and other experiential material. Computer-based analysis is a key component of most courses. Students enter together, take the same set of courses together, and graduate together in this cohort program. To heighten the learning experience, the last residency is an international trip with class sessions, plant visits, and speakers from government agencies and multinational firms. Both Asia and Europe have been the sites of recent trips. Upon completion of the program, the Master of Business Administration degree is awarded.
The Marshall EMBA Program pioneered a successful thematic MBA curriculum that gets to the heart of issues with which senior managers and seasoned professionals grapple. We use a teaching approach that emphasizes the importance of functional interaction. Moreover, we concentrate learning objectives on the “interrelatedness” of business functions as opposed to a deep theoretical learning of individual functions. We deliver an effective blend of theory and practice through carefully sequenced individual class sessions. There are no stand-alone courses in statistics, economics, accounting or any of the traditional business school disciplines. Rather, you are exposed to several functional areas simultaneously allowing you to gain useful cross-functional skills. The skill set you develop in the first-year includes cash flow, value chain, and product life-cycle analysis. In the second year, you apply skills learned in the first year to issues such as understanding key international financial market relationships and strategic planning for growth. While working full-time, you will complete the Marshall EMBA Program in twenty-two months. Classes meet one full day per week on alternating Fridays and Saturdays. We believe that weekly contact assures continuity in learning. Class meetings include three off-campus residential sessions; two domestic and one international. The two domestic off-site sessions, of six and two days respectively, are scheduled for the beginning of year one and the end of year two. The international off-site is a seven-day overseas study scheduled for the fall of year two. We break for the summer between the first and second year for ten weeks.
Executive Education is in the knowledge business – the business of putting knowledge to work. Since 1956, our programs have been carefully designed to give participants the strategies and tools that enable them to lead, think strategically and manage change. Executive Education’s portfolio of executive development programs addresses the most current challenges and issues facing business today. The learning experience is synergistic and dynamic. Participants learn by building upon and drawing from their own knowledge and experiences, our faculty’s expertise, and from the contributions made by peer participants from other leading companies. Additionally, we have the capability and flexibility to offer these programs in a variety of formats, from certificate and custom programs, to institutes and short programs. Executive Education Graduate Degrees * Option II Executive MBA * Executive MBA – Mexico City * Texas Executive MBA – Dallas/Fort Worth * Texas Evening MBA (TEMBA)
Executive Education at Georgetown University offers a variety of options for companies and individuals who wish to broaden their international business exposure: International Executive Programs, International Executive MBA, public policy forums, and specially-designed custom programs. International Executive MBA Program The International Executive MBA Program is a dynamic and demanding MBA degree program designed especially for mid-career professionals who would like to enhance their knowledge and management skills in the rapidly changing business environment. The Program meets on alternating weekends, allowing executives to continue in their careers while immediately applying their new skills. Participants learn to lead and make rapid, high-level business decisions, develop their global perspective, and expand their network through working with innovative faculty and high caliber colleagues.
Olin delivers two academically challenging, intensive programs that are structured to recognize the demands of your career and the responsibilities of your personal life. Residential Executive MBA Program You complete your degree within 18 months, attending courses monthly in three-day sessions that meet Thursday through Saturday. During these sessions, you’ll reside in Olin’s Charles F. Knight Executive Education Center. The program begins in September. Weekend Executive MBA Program You complete your degree within 18 months, attending courses every other week in two-day sessions that meet on Friday and Saturday. The program begins in January, and classes are held in the Knight Center. The value of our Executive MBA is reflected in our consistent, top ranking by publications such as U.S.News & World Report and Business Week. But value also comes from the high caliber of students’ peers in the program. Like you, our Executive MBA students are extraordinary individuals with proven track records. They are leaders in their organizations, managing the issues of today while laying a powerful foundation for tomorrow.
The Owen School’s Executive MBA Program is designed to develop broad-gauge mid-career managers and executives. Meeting on alternate weekends (Friday and Saturday) over 21 months, the program provides both the knowledge and the credentials for managers to succeed in today’s dynamic business environment. In the Executive MBA Program, managers gain the strategic business perspective of senior management without sacrificing the rigor and depth of a top quality MBA degree. A Program Designed for Managers At Owen, we understand that managers and executives have special needs for graduate business education. That is why we designed our curriculum around business processes and why we teach business in the context of the larger social, political, legal, and economic environments in which firms compete. Our EMBA students develop a solid knowledge of the functional areas of business as well as the skills to make complex business decisions. The program’s integrated curriculum is based on the cross-functional business processes that companies use every day to solve problems and serve customers. At Owen, EMBA students learn management theories and principles in the same context in which they use them to solve problems on the job.
epperdine University is an independent, medium-sized university enrolling approximately 8,300 students in five colleges and schools. Seaver College, the School of Law, the Graduate School of Education and Psychology, the Graziadio School of Business and Management, and the School of Public Policy are located on the University’s 830-acre campus overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Malibu. Courses are taught in Malibu, at six graduate campuses in Southern California, and at international campuses in Germany, England, Italy, and Argentina. The University was founded in 1937 by George Pepperdine, a Christian businessman who founded the Western Auto Supply Company. For the first 30 years of its life, the institution was a small, mostly undergraduate college. University status was achieved in 1970 as the institution added graduate and professional schools. In 1972, the University opened its new campus in Malibu. Pepperdine University is religiously affiliated with the Churches of Christ, of which Mr. Pepperdine was a lifelong member. Faculty, administrators and members of the Board of Regents represent many religious backgrounds, and students of all races and faiths are welcomed. It is the purpose of Pepperdine University to pursue the very highest academic standards within a context that celebrates and extends the spiritual and ethical ideals of the Christian faith. Mission Pepperdine is a Christian university committed to the highest standards of academic excellence and Christian values, where students are strengthened for lives of purpose, service, and leadership.
The Smith EMBA is built on a new structure. You won’t sit passively as instructors lecture. Instead, you’ll find yourself in discussions and conversations with a faculty that is unequalled in the region for breadth and depth of research and communications. And you will interact with special guests. Business and thought leaders from around the world. You will sharpen your understanding of business foundations and you will take on projects that are as real as what your company is facing at this moment in time– not some time in the future, or never at all. And that is why The Robert H. Smith EMBA is only for executives who believe that something different is needed. Executives who sense that what worked before is a start, but is no longer enough. The Smith EMBA can be conceptualized in three unique but interrelated and dependent components: The Foundation, The Project, and Mastery. Each component is vitally important on its own. But they don’t stand alone. Nor are they presented in a linear fashion. Courses include Accounting, Financial Management, Global Economics and Public Policy, Information Systems, Marketing Management, Supply Chain Management, and so on. These subjects become more than fundamentals, they become the foundation for a lifetime of reaching higher. And, they will become second nature to you. Kind of like ice skating to a hockey player. After a while, you will find yourself automatically applying what you learn to your everyday approach to leadership and decision-making.
Saint Joseph’s University’s Executive Master’s in Food Marketing graduate degree program is designed to meet your demanding schedule and the competitive needs of the food and consumer packaged goods industry while advancing your career. The flexibility of our AACSB-accredited Executive Master’s in Food Marketing program allows you to complete your degree in less than 24 months by taking two classes per month. Or pace your self if you to and take up to six years to complete the 27-course program. This globally-recognized program offers a rolling admissions policy. Learn how you can improve your net worth and advance to the next level in your career. Applications are being accepted now. Click on the link to submit an application electronically.
The 21-month curriculum builds on a solid foundation of business fundamentals. Case studies and group projects link theory with current business practice. Themes based on current trends in business, including the impact of technology and globalization, are threaded through the entire curriculum. Students frequently use their own organizations as laboratories, applying lessons learned in the classroom and then bringing the results back to the class for further discussion.
The MIT Sloan School of Management announces the launch of its pioneering executive degree program, the MIT Sloan Fellows Program in Innovation and Global Leadership. Another milestone in MIT’s legacy of innovation, this program brings together high-potential mid-career managers from all over the world to analyze and solve complex global challenges. A strategic integration of MIT Sloan’s two executive education landmarks, the Sloan Fellows and Management of Technology programs, the program is designed to prepare outstanding executives with the critical skills to create and lead successful, innovative organizations in the 21st century.
Change Lives, Change Organizations, Change the World At the Stanford Graduate School of Business, we recognize the vast power unleashed when change is a strategic, innovative, and positive force that enables and drives your business. Our Executive Education programs provide research-based, globally relevant frameworks for addressing the issues senior executives face every day. We carefully craft each executive program to give you the tools you need to harness the power of change in your organization and solve the challenges faced today, and more importantly, the ones of tomorrow. The Stanford Graduate School of Business represents a community of people who believe in the power of ideas, make an impact on the world around them, and lead the wave of innovation that new ideas generate. We invite you to become part of this vibrant culture by participating in one of our executive programs.
It takes more than hard work and intelligence to succeed in business. Everyone works hard. Everyone is smart. You have to work smart. Accomplished business professionals follow this credo. And it’s at the center of our Executive MBA Program. Our highly selective program equips high-potential professionals with the skills and global insights necessary to lead and succeed. Students choose a concentration in finance or general management. The finance concentration begins once a year, in August. The management concentration has two start dates, January or August. In addition, the January start date for management offers the option of a health care track, in which students may choose electives focusing on the health care industry. For the management and finance concentrations that begin in August, classes meet every week, alternating between Fridays and Saturdays, for 22 months. For the management concentration that begins in January, classes meet every other week for both Friday and Saturday. There are four week-long residencies over the programs’ two years, two in New York and two global study tours to key business centers, such as London or Shanghai. These global study tours, which are a highlight of the program, allow executives to gain incomparable first-hand experience in how business is conducted outside the United States. We organize students into study groups of four to six members that work on assignments and present as a team. This tight cohort format helps create lifelong professional and personal relationships among members. It also closely replicates the business world, which operates through cooperation and teamwork. Faculty members are advisors to these mutually supportive groups. The faculty is the best of the best of the NYU Stern professorial roster, chosen to teach in the Executive MBA Program by invitation only. Instructors develop close relationships with students as they lecture, debate and question students over the course of the program.
The business environment of the new millennium is increasingly dynamic, and this trend is expected to continue. A new breed of leaders will emerge to shape the businesses of tomorrow. As executives today recognize, business as usual typically yields only the usual results. More and more frequently, performance in the marketplace is dictated by an organization’s success in identifying better ways to serve customers, market products, develop innovative technologies, and/or manage people and processes. Leaders must orchestrate change to create and maintain world-class enterprises. The individual who embraces and leads change is precisely the person for whom the Terry College of Business created the Executive Master of Business Administration program. The program combines the best of a traditional MBA with both hands-on learning and the convenience of distance education. It provides you with: * an opportunity to connect with other people with your experience, energy, and attitude, * a setting in which to interact with world-class faculty delivering course content designed to help you translate solid management principles into real-world solutions, and * an international residency to show you first-hand what it means to do business in a global marketplace Our goal is to develop a new generation of leaders, and leadership forms the foundation and focus of the Terry College of Business Executive MBA. The program will allow you to gain an entirely different perspective on the challenges and problems facing your organization. You will strengthen your competency as an effective manager, including the ability to think strategically, to create and communicate a clear vision of the future, and to inspire and motivate others to action. With the assistance of a personal leadership coach, you will develop a focused action plan for improving and broadening your leadership capability. We believe that the Terry College of Business Executive MBA will contribute significantly to your career development. We invite you to participate, and offer our commitment to deliver superior value in every facet of your education. You should expect nothing less from Georgia’s leader in business education.
Professional Master of Business Administration The MBA program designed for working professionals The Professional MBA is a complete program offered at times and places convenient for working professionals in South Carolina. Evening classes, multiple start dates, and more than 23 viewing locations are among the many features that make the Moore PMBA flexible enough to meet your needs. Designed for the real world Many professionals consider a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree essential for obtaining a management position. But leaving the work force to attend graduate school full-time is costly in terms of time and lost wages. The PMBA program is specifically designed to address these concerns and allow working professionals to earn an MBA from the Moore School of Business while continuing to work. The course sequence is structured so all degree requirements may be completed in 28 months for students starting in the fall, and students may enter at 4 different times during the year. Classes are held in the evenings and some Saturdays during the semester. A history of success Moore’s PMBA program has a long and distinguished history of serving the state. Established in 1970, the PMBA program was the first of its kind in the United States. Today, it is still on of the few televised programs with interactive audio capabilities enabling students and professors to communicate during class. Program overview . . . * Flexible program, staggered start dates * Evening classes * Over 23 viewing locations in SC * Delayed video streaming for traveling professionals * An MBA degree in 28 months * Networking and interaction with other working professionals * AACSB-accredited MBA program
The American Graduate School of International Management, the world’s leading source of international management education and a pioneer in this field. With its more than 55-year legacy, Thunderbird consistently ranks among the best in global business education and remains among the top business schools worldwide. For the eighth consecutive year, Thunderbird was ranked the No.1 Graduate Program in International Business by U.S. News & World Report and ranked No.1 in Global Business by The Wall Street Journal. Click here for recent rankings. Based in Glendale, Arizona, Thunderbird operates overseas facilities and business partnering programs in Europe, Asia, North America and South America. Since 1946, Thunderbird has maintained a core focus in international management and continues to lead in this field with an ever-evolving curriculum that addresses issues and challenges confronting today’s global landscape. The History of Thunderbird presents a complete story of progress. Programs Thunderbird’s tripartite foundation of business courses, international and regional studies, and language and communication includes a broad range of business specializations. * Thunderbird’s MBA in International Management offers a comprehensive education in managing business in a global context and is an ideal choice for those looking for a career on an international scale. * In addition to its full-time degrees, Thunderbird offers various graduate study programs, including a Dual-degree program, Certificate programs, Post-MBA and Executive Education programs.
A leader in executive education, Tuck delivers general management, specialized, and custom programs that help managers and companies meet the challenges of today’s economy. Tuck’s faculty are renowned for their expertise in strategy and leadership, and for their outstanding teaching skills. Participants in Tuck’s executive education programs come away from the experience ready to play a more integral role in their company’s success.
The Chicago GSB Executive M.B.A. Program is designed for experienced managers ready to take their careers—and their companies—to the next level. You will develop the skills and outlook to thrive in today’s changing business climate and meet business challenges yet unknown. Chicago invented the Executive M.B.A. in 1943 and today offers a program unmatched by any other school. Ours is the only one offered on three continents: in Chicago, Barcelona, and Singapore. We don’t just teach global business; we take you there. A quarter of your class time is spent in joint class sessions at each campus. You learn with—and from—gifted classmates from dozens of industries, countries, and cultures. This highly-ranked general management program presents a comprehensive yet focused course of study. It features: * the same recognized and respected degree as all GSB programs * courses taught by Chicago’s world-famous faculty * a rigorous, questioning style that always pushes for new ideas and best solutions * a 20-month modular format that allows you to continue your career, while enhancing your professional performance with new skills * a worldwide network of classmates and alumni –4,500 from this program alone
True business success depends on leading the way. And that requires that key people have the strategic skills and vision necessary to attain organizational and personal goals. Developing such leaders is the aim of the University of Michigan Business School’s new Executive MBA Program. The Executive MBA Program at the University of Michigan Business School is an innovative program designed to develop leaders who will create value – both for themselves and their organizations – in a time when the only certainty about the future is that it will bring more change. The University of Michigan Business School is recognized around the world as a leader in MBA and Executive Education. The EMBA brings together these traditions of excellence to provide a development experience that is unique in its intense focus on leadership. The program’s highly applied curriculum is built around a unique blend of analytical foundations, solution-based courses, and action learning opportunities. Featuring a combination of on-campus and on-line learning, the EMBA’s ‘virtual team technology’ provides a state-of-the-art development opportunity for high-potential executives that brings unprecedented flexibility to participants to balance the pursuit of an MBA with commitments at work and at home in a once-a-month format. EMBA graduates gain a lifelong ability to create value and produce results, no matter what the future may bring. Graduates can expect to remain part of the EMBA throughout their professional careers via lifelong access to the Business School, their personal ties with classmates, and membership in one of the largest university alumni networks in the world.
The Executive Education unit of the UW-Madison School of Business is recognized internationally as a leader in providing top-quality business training for executives at all managerial levels. More than 400 seminars are offered annually to more than 16,000 business professionals from around the world. * Seminars, conferences and specialty programs – more than 100 topics to chose from * Certificate series programs-in-depth career training in nine program areas * Custom programs -developed with companies to meet specific needs
The Wharton MBA for Executives offers the same rigorous curriculum, the same top Wharton faculty, and the same high standards among classmates as their traditional MBA. The program provides the tools and perspectives for business leadership that will change the way you approach your business challenges. The University of Pennsylvania is located in Philadelphia.
The mission of Executive Programs is to provide an environment which maximizes the benefits of a general management M.B.A. for mid-career professionals as well as providing special programs and seminars. We offer a world-class business education based on sound analytical principles and real-world experiences. Our ultimate goal is to ensure that all participants add value to their career development, the community and their sponsoring organizations. The Executive M.B.A. Program was established in 1966. This program offers sponsoring organizations a special opportunity to recognize the potential of promising managers, to advance their expertise and their value to the organization. Targeted to middle- and upper-level managers, the executive M.B.A. program has graduated more than 1,900 extraordinary men and women worldwide since its inception.
The Yale School of Management provides a wide variety of customized educational programs for individual organizations, ranging from short seminars to more extensive integrative programs over several months. Each program is tailored to the sponsoring organization and its participants, and can focus on a single discipline (e.g., Accounting and Control, Finance, Operation Management, Marketing, or Organizational Behavior), or comprise a broader, multidisciplinary approach (e.g., Competitive Strategies, Corporate Governance, Health Care Management, or Emerging Global Markets). Programs are designed in partnership with the sponsoring organization to meet specific educational objectives, and may draw on the extensive resources and faculty of other Yale schools and departments (such as Law, Medicine, Forestry, Public Health, and Engineering).