Articles categorized "Curriculum"
The Yale School of Management finance faculty have identified a collection of courses, programs, and resources that can launch students on successful careers in value investing.Continue reading “Value Investing at Yale SOM”
For 15 years, the Yale School of Management’s Global Social Entrepreneurship course has been pairing student consulting teams with social enterprises looking to expand their impact.Continue reading “Video: Course Connects Student Consultants with Social Enterprises around the World”
Students in Professor Paul Bracken’s The Global Corporation course discussed the economic implications of the newly expanded Panama Canal with Ilya Marotta, executive vice president and project engineer at the Panama Canal Authority.Continue reading “Students Talk Trade with Architect of Panama Canal Expansion ”
Yale SOM's new core course Global Virtual Teams imparts key takeaways to students facing an increasingly globalized world.Continue reading “Five Lessons for Global Virtual Teams”
The Yale SOM course Global Financial Crisis, taught by Deputy Dean Andrew Metrick and former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, is now available as an online course through Coursera.Continue reading “Andrew Metrick and Timothy Geithner’s Global Financial Crisis Course Available on Coursera”
The 63-member EMBA Class of 2017 includes leaders in government, healthcare, finance, and other industries.Continue reading “Yale SOM Welcomes Diverse MBA for Executives Class of 2017”
Yale SOM has made a series of small changes to its integrated MBA curriculum, intended to achieve greater integration and coordination between core courses.Continue reading “Yale SOM Refines Integrated MBA Curriculum ”