MBAs in Public Policy Design and Strategic Foresight to begin next fall

The San Francisco-based California College of the Arts (CCA) will launch two new MBA programs starting in 2014.

The first, an MBA program in Public Policy Design, will equip students with the skills to develop tools and processes that will help them innovate in the public sphere. The program curriculum covers topics in sustainability, strategic management, and leadership. The MBA in Public Policy Design aims to prepare graduates for careers in the public sector or with NGOs.

The second, an MBA in Strategic Foresight, will help students develop the strategic skills needed to innovate in the face of uncertainty. MBA students in this program will take a mix of core business curriculum and classes that focus on strategic insight.

Each program is two years long. CCA also offers an MBA program in Design Strategy.

For more information, please see the CCA press release announcing the launch of the two new MBA programs.

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