Program now includes 5-day intensive "executive forums"

Rice University's Jones Graduate School of Business has announced that it has re-launched its "MBA for Executives" program with new curriculum.

The EMBA program now includes four, 5-day long intensive "executive forums," which will focus on helping participants develop skills in leadership and strategy. 

Additionally, the third semester of the program will also include an elective block, which participants can customize to their choosing. Electives will be available in a variety of business areas, including finance, marketing, entrepreneurship, energy and health care.

The program is 22 months long, with classes delivered on alternating weekends.

For more information, please see the Rice MBA for Executives course webpage.

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