The University of Chicago's Booth School of Business has announced new changes to its Executive MBA program, including new core curriculum and specializations.
The new course offerings include a "capstone course that provides the opportunity to integrate concepts and tools," from the EMBA program, according to a Chicago Booth press release.
Additionally, all students will now have the opportunity to specialize in particular elective areas, such as corporate finance, entrepreneurship, capital markets, and strategy, among others.
The program will now also include an extra week of international study, on any of the Chicago Booth Campuses (in Chicago, London, and Singapore.) In total, students will now spend five weeks studying internationally.
Chicago Booth's EMBA program is delivered in 16 weeks, spread over 21 months. The new changes will be integrated starting this June.
For more information, please see the Chicago Booth press release announcing the updates to the EMBA program.
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