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Haas Introduces New Executive MBA Program

Haas Introduces New Executive MBA Program

Back in March we reported that UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and Columbia Business School would end their joint EMBA program. Now, three months after Columbia announced its own program, Haas has unveiled its own new EMBA program.

Starting in May, 2013, the new program will span 19 months and will meet every three weeks on Thursday through Saturday in a schedule designed to be very doable for working professionals. While most classes will be taught on the Haas campus, some sessions will held in other global locations depending on the market and the subject matter covered.

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Could an Executive MBA Be Right for You?

Could an Executive MBA Be Right for You?

As unemployment rates hover steady and industries that once supported the global economy attempt the slow climb of recovery, business professionals are far less likely to job-hop from corporation to corporation and are generally more inclined to invest in fast-tracking their career paths within their current organizations.

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Alternative MBA Options: Part 2 (The EMBA)

Alternative MBA Options: Part 2 (The EMBA)

A few weeks back we ran a post on part-time programs as part of a broader concept: finding and presenting alternative MBA options to those applicants who desire an MBA but do not fit the traditional profile for an elite, full-time MBA program. Today, we continue the theme by exploring the Exeuctive MBA (EMBA) and looking at some of the elite and interesting options available to students in that space.

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