New curriculum includes modules in innovation, internet, and finance

Shanghai Jiao Tong University's Antai College of Economics and Management has announced that it has redesigned its EMBA program.

The program now includes several new modules, covering innovation, finance, and internet. Topics addressed in the innovation module include brand management and innovation, sustainable development, and entrepreneurship, among others. The new finance topics include mergers and acquisitions, internet finance, and capital operation.

The new internet module examines links between the digital realm and business by covering topics like "technology-driven commercial ecology innovation" and "information management based on mobile internet."

Antai's EMBA program takes two years to complete, with classes delivered one weekend per month in Shanghai. To apply, applicants should have at least eight years of work experience, of which five should be management experience. 

For more information, please see Antai's EMBA program webpage.

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