The Power of Three Universities
Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
Founded in 1900 as the first graduate school of business, the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth combines the intellectual depth of a large Ivy League university with the soul of a personal-scale, reflective-learning community. Tuck provides world-class business education with faculty, expert researchers, teachers, and facilitators who ensure that participants develop the leadership and business acumen required to be successful in diverse environments.
Tuck offers only one degree program, the full-time M.B.A. This focus allows us to offer a select array of non-degree learning experiences in the form of open enrollment, custom, consortium programs and programs for specialized populations of learners. Our executive programs are renowned for using the best of applied learning models in innovative ways, along with exceptional access to faculty, to build strategic and organizational capabilities. Participants learn new skills and mindsets, coupled with application tools and frameworks, that result in transformation on a personal, organizational, and industry level.
Stanford Graduate School of Business and Stanford Law School
Driven by the power of ideas and continually focused on the future, Stanford University is home to the innovations and entrepreneurial spirit that continually nurture the fertile grounds of the Silicon Valley and the industries that have shaped our modern world. Executives from around the globe come to Stanford to immerse themselves in an intensive, collaborative learning environment that is continually focused on what’s next. Led by world-renowned faculty from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and Stanford Law School, and energized by the new, state-of-the-art Knight Management Center campus, program participants acquire the knowledge, vision, and skill to bring innovative leadership to their organizations while advancing their personal and professional growth. In addition to authoring textbooks and business cases used by institutions around the world, Stanford business and law faculty are engaging and effective teachers, with broad experience working with organizations from many different industries and geographies.
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
The ideas and strategies that will shape the business environment tomorrow are being formulated and taught at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business today. For more than 100 years, Chicago Booth has been a leader and innovator in business research and education. It was the first business school in the U.S. to offer a Ph.D. program, the first to publish a scholarly journal, the first to offer an executive M.B.A. degree program, and the only business school to have six Nobel Laureates on its faculty.
Many of Chicago Booth’s current innovations are directly related to its close ties with the leaders of some of the world’s most respected corporations. Chicago Booth’s executive education courses offer a blend of academic excellence, rigorous scholarship, real-world relevance, and practical application that provides participants with unparalleled opportunities to expand their horizons.
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