Columbia Business School Launches New EMBA Program

EMBA-Americas is designed for leaders in the US, Canada, and Latin America

Columbia Business School has announced plans to launch a new EMBA program, aimed at leaders from the US, Canada, and Latin America.

Dubbed EMBA-Americas, the new program is designed for professionals whose businesses are expanding internationally, and need to reframe with a more global-oriented skill set.

With working professionals in mind, the program meets for one week a month in New York City. Students will also meet once a year for a week both in California and in Latin America. In the final two semesters, students will have opportunities to pursue electives and attend international seminars.

The program, which launches in January of 2013, can be completed in 20 months. 

For more information, please visit the Columbia EMBA-Americas program website.

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