Yale SOM has a distinctive approach to management education. Classes are small, and the curriculum and teaching are rooted in rich discussion. Even the classrooms in Evans Hall are designed to facilitate exchange, in their layout, sightlines, and acoustics. All of that means that students in the MBA for Executives program get to benefit from the perspectives and the extraordinary experiences of fellow students.
In February, you’ll have a series of exclusive, off-campus opportunities to engage with Yale faculty and staff and experience the Yale SOM learning environment, at discussions with alumni and top professors in New York City, Boston, and Washington, D.C.
Professor David Bach, an expert in nonmarket strategy, will lead a case discussion titled “Management Beyond the Market” this week in New York City. In mid-February, Professor Paul Anastas travels to Washington, D.C. to lead a master class entitled “Sustainability: New Data, New Policies, and New Opportunities.” Professor Kyle Jensen will visit Boston to discuss Yale SOM’s approach to entrepreneurship.
In keeping with the Yale SOM approach, these will be interactive discussions and audience participation will be encouraged, so space is limited. I encourage you visit the events page and register soon.
MBA for Executives team members will be on hand to meet with you at all three of these upcoming events. We look forward to seeing you there.
Director of Admissions, Executive MBA and Global Programs