Yale Launches New Degree Program in Management

One-year program open to recent MBA grads from a network of global schools

Yale's School of Management has recently launched a new degree program in management, aimed at newly-minted MBAs.

The "Master of Advanced Management" program is one-year long and features personalized curriculum covering a variety of topics, including political science, international relations, and economics.

The program is only available to students who have recently received an MBA from a school in the "Global Network for Advanced Management" network, which include schools like IE Business School and Fudan University. You can see a list of member schools below.

For more information, please see this Yale news release, or Yale's Master of Advanced Management web page.

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