New EMBA aimed at at executives throughout the Americas

The University of Miami's School of Business Administration has announced plans to launch an Executive MBA program aimed at executives throughout the Americas.

The new program, which will launch in August of 2014, will cover four main themes: Global Multicultural Leadership, Managing Global Operations and Decision Making, Global Strategy and Execution, and Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology.

The EMBA program will blend on-campus weekend classroom sessions with some distance learning components. The program will take 17 months to complete.

For more information, please see the University of Miami press release announcing the Launch of the "Miami Executive MBA for the Americas" program.

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