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Electives

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*Students choose from a list

of courses that can vary

year to year.

Capstone

Experience

Course

Global New Venture Challenge

Integrated Strategic Management

The

Chicago

Approach

Leadership Programming

As a student in the Executive MBA Program, you will also have the ability to participate in a variety of

leadership development programs to enhance your leadership skills by identifying development areas,

building self-awareness, creating effective teams, and enhancing leadership presence and impact.

This will begin with a required course (LEAD) in your first quarter and continue with additional optional

leadership offerings throughout the program.

Entrepreneurship:

the Global New

Venture Challenge

Executive MBA students have a unique, hands-on

opportunity to explore and launch entrepreneurial

ventures through the Global New Venture Challenge

(GNVC). The GNVC has been designed to expand

Chicago Booth’s Edward L. Kaplan, ’71, New Venture

Challenge to the global Executive MBA Program.

Recognized as one of the top accelerator programs

in the United States, the New Venture Challenge

has graduated more than 160 startup companies

still in operation today, which have gone on to raise

more than $575 million in venture funding and

achieve $4 billion in exit value. The NVC boasts an

impressive portfolio of alumni companies, including

Braintree and GrubHub.

In the GNVC, you are coached through the process of

building a company from start to finish, and benefit

from access to alumni and members of the business

community. Students are given a set of deliberate

steps to take and pushed to hone in on their stories

before pitching to a room full of potential investors.

More than 80 coaches, judges, panelists, and guest

speakers participate in the GNVC at our Chicago,

London, and Hong Kong campuses.