The general management curriculum is designed to refresh, expand, and strengthen your grounding in the fundamental disciplines of business so that you are better equipped on the job and in the future. You'll also gain the business tools and analytical thinking to be able to put everything together - the economics of HR, the financial business case, writing skills, brand strategy, and negotiation techniques.
During the 21-month program, you will take 17 courses together with your colleagues in a pre-selected format. Each student then selects between three to five electives to complete their course of study. Together with group assignments and study groups, this format encourages you to build camaraderie and share experiences - a valuable component of the learning process. For more information, please see the program timeline.
In addition to the management, foundations, functions, and business environment courses, you can also specialize in one of six focused areas of study: capital markets, corporate finance, entrepreneurship, marketing, strategy, or leadership and management.
The program ends with a capstone simulation course that provides the opportunity to integrate concepts and tools from much of the curriculum in a complex, multi-round simulation game culminating in a presentation to a panel of judges.