Columbia Business School

Executive MBA: EMBA – New York

Columbia Business School
En New York City (USA)

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Tipología MBA
Lugar New york city (USA)
Duración 24
Inicio Fechas a escoger
  • MBA
  • New york city (USA)
  • Duración:
    24
  • Inicio:
    Fechas a escoger
Descripción


The business landscape has changed. And tomorrow it will change again. Keeping pace is not an option at Columbia Business School—leading, launching, and redefning are a must. That is why we offer more ways for you to get the one and only Columbia Business School MBA, with a variety of options that ft your schedule and put you and your organization at the center of business. Here you will spend the same number of hours in the classroom as our full-time students, simply adjusted to ft a schedule that allows you to continue the momentum in your career. You will work with a world-renowned faculty and have the opportunity to tap into the largest elective offering of any business school. The programs we offer are rigorous, but the return on learning will be immediate. Apply what you learned in class today to your business challenges when you’re back in the offce on Monday.

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3022 Broadway, New York, USA
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Executive
Leadership
Market
Economics
Marketing
Global
EMBA
Finance
School
Business School
Business
Leadership
Executive
Business
Leadership
Business

Temario

CORE ACADEMICS

A staple of the Columbia experience, the core curriculum is designed to  give students an in-depth mastery of the academic disciplines and applied functional areas necessary to every business leader’s success. These courses provide a skill set that will allow you to anticipate change and recognize opportunities with speed and accuracy.

PART I

LEADERSHIP & ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE


Designed to get students to  the next level in their careers, LOC offers practical tools for infuencing, negotiating, and leading change in organizations. Many of the principles  are demonstrated using classroom experiments, and the fnal project requires students to apply course concepts to an ongoing challenge  in their current work environment.

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

Designed to develop an understanding of accounting principles and how users interpret fnancial accounting reports to make business decisions. The emphasis of this course is on proftability concepts and performance evaluation. Coverage is not restricted to the existing US model but includes a broad discussion of measurement issues and alternative countries’ practices.

MANAGERIAL STATISTICS

Covers basic concepts in probability and statistics of relevance to managerial decision making. Topics include basic data analysis, random variables and probability distributions, sampling distributions, interval estimation, hypothesis testing and regression from quality-control applications, fnance, marketing, and management.

STRATEGY FORMULATION

This course offers an explanation for why some frms perform better than others, as well as the analytical tools to formulate successful strategies. Analyze a frm’s competitive environment and design a strategy that specifes appropriate long-term goals for a corporation, the businesses in which it will compete, how it will serve customers better than its competitors, and the capabilities required. Learning is primarily through discussions of cases and articles, with supporting short lectures and written assignments.

MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS

The decisions made by individual managers  and consumers generate the fundamentals of market supply and demand, governing the prices and quantities sold in all economic transactions.  As a manager seeking to maximize frm value, understanding your market  is crucial to achieving your goals. Practice creating general frameworks, which are combined with practical industry applications.

PART II CORPORATE FINANCE

Develop insight on how frms create value for their share- holders by formulating strategies in which fnance is a crucial competitive weapon. Topics include discounted cash-fow models, risk and return, capital- asset pricing model, capital market effciency, capital structure, the cost  of capital, dividend policy, and leasing.

MARKETING STRATEGY

Marketing activity is the engine that creates value in  a business. In this class, we focus on interfacing with customers and gaining insight on the market, competitors, and the general environment. Further focus is on the long-run consumer relationship as well as on short-run sales. This course emphasizes the role of marketing in creating value for customers, which in turn creates value for owners, shareholders, and employees.

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

This course provides a fundamental under- standing of the role of manufacturing and service operations. We survey  a wide range of operations topics, including process fow analysis, supply- chain management, capacity planning, facilities location, and total quality management through a managerial, applications-oriented perspective.

BUSINESS ANALYTICS

Designed to create intelligent users and consumers of computer-generated models that represent real business situations,  this course introduces the basic elements of modeling: how to formulate  a model and how to use it to interpret information. “Learning by doing”  is emphasized as students formulate, solve, and interpret different opti- mization and simulation models using Excel spreadsheets. An important theme is understanding the appropriate use of models in business and the potential pitfalls of inappropriate use.

GLOBAL ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT

This course looks at the fundamentals  of national competitiveness, productivity, and growth. We study the forces that determine production, consumption, savings, and investment. The  class focuses on the problem of variable foreign-exchange rates and their impact on policy, performance, and fnance. The course also explores the complex relationships between government policy and the private sector  in a global setting.


ELECTIVES

You will have access to the largest elective offering of any EMBA program to deepen your existing knowledge or follow new paths or passions. Columbia Business School continually looks to create new and relevant courses that address the rapidly changing business world.

Below is just a sampling of the extensive courses available:

•  Advanced Seminar in Real Estate
•  Leader ship Through Fiction
•  Asset Management
•  Lean Launch Pad
•  Business Law
•  Managerial Negotiations
•  Catching Growth Waves in Emerging Markets
•  Managing Brands, Identity & Experience
•  Corporate Finance, Restructurings & LBOs  
•  Managing the Growing Company
•  Marketing the Arts, Culture & Entertainment  
•  Customer Centric Innovation
•  Digital Marketing: Strategy & Tactics  
•  Mergers & Acquisitions
•  The Nonproft Sector & the City 
•  Economics of Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals
•  The Private Sector & International Development 
•  Economics of Strategic Behavior 
•  Real Estate Transactions
•  Entrepreneurial Finance
•  Retailing Leadership
•  Executive Leadership
•  Seminar in Value Investing
•  Family Business Management 
•  Social Entrepreneurship for the 21st Century
•  Global Entrepreneurship
•  Impact Investing
•  Sports Analytics
•  The Leader’s Voice: Communication Skills for Leading Organizations
•  Starting and Running an Entrepreneurial Company

Información adicional

Support during your MBA

•  45 hours of tutoring on quantitative subjects
•  Convenient book delivery to your home or offce
•  Full tech support
•  Breakfast, lunch, and snacks on class days, and the coffee is always fowing
•  Access to our extensive Career Management Center with a dedicated team for working professionals that offers advice on navigating your career  •  Live weekly workshops, one-on-one coaching, résumé critiques, mentoring for entrepreneurs, mock interviews, and vast online resources

Support after graduation

•  Access to extensive on-campus lectures
•  Lifelong auditing privileges, allowing you to refresh your skills by sitting in on a class at any time 
•  Access to over 200 alumni clubs, in more than 133 countries