We seek students who care deeply about the problems afflicting our world. We equip them with the knowledge, the resources, and the networks to pursue positive and ambitious change.
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MBA for Executives
The Yale MBA, delivered in an executive format. Designed for students with substantial work experience, featuring a rigorous curriculum and advanced study in either asset management, healthcare, or sustainability.
Master’s in Global Business and Society
A one-year program open to MiM students at Global Network for Advanced Management schools who have approximately three years or less of full-time work experience.
Master’s in Asset Management
Launch your career in the asset management industry by spending a year at Yale learning from leading finance scholars and practicing investors at some of the world’s most successful institutions.
Fellowship for Public Education Leadership
A tuition-free executive program for senior-level public education leaders from across the U.S. who are dedicated to strengthening public school systems and the communities they serve.
“If we break down this barrier through rigorous analytics, excluded groups benefit. Society benefits as well. And, oh, by the way, it’s a tremendous economic opportunity.”
—Lofton Holder ’90 on making a data-driven case for investment in minority-owned firms
Our mission in practice
Throughout everything we do, we seek to advance our mission of educating leaders for business & society.
- Engaged Taking on the meaningful issues >
- Rigorous Capitalizing on the best data and ideas >
- Attuned Cultivating healthy cultures >
We approach every question as a chance to think about both immediate needs and big issues, the metrics of organizational success and impact on people’s lives.
Healthcare costs in the U.S. are too often unconstrained by either competition or smart regulation. But Prof. Fiona Scott Morton says there are hundreds of evidence-based ideas that could turn things around.
The tools of an SOM education are uniquely suited to building organizations in any sector that improve lives, and to assessing and evaluating their impact.
Can all the harmful impacts of climate change be captured in a single number? Casey Pickett ’11 says a representation of the social cost of carbon could change behavior. But we better get the calculation right.
Our community helps all its members turn their strongly held aspirations and values into effective action.
Talent is essential to any organization. Amidst the upheaval of the COVID pandemic, workers are looking for something beyond a good salary and those who don’t find it are ready to leave. Laszlo Bock ’99 says every organization needs to foster a culture that makes people want to stay.