Updated program to add new courses and an increased focus on leadership

Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) has redesigned its Executive MBA program in preparation for its fall cohort.

The program now includes a suite of new integrated courses, including "the Mindful Manger," which seeks to help participants develop their own leadership styles; and "Responsible Management for a Global Society," which includes components in ethics and global responsibility.

Additionally, the EMBA program now includes hands-on consulting projects, where students will have opportunities to use their skills in real-world business environments.

The redesigned EMBA launches this October.

For more information, please see this LUMS news release.

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