The Kellogg-Miami EMBA Program begins in January and ends two years later in December, with a combination of one long weekend per month (midday Thursday through midday Sunday) and two intensive Live-In Weeks per academic year) Student accommodations are at the Hyatt Regency Coral Gables. The Miami campus is adjacent to the Hyatt and was designed to mirror the Evanston facilities.
About the Miami EMBA Program
The Kellogg-Miami EMBA Program recognizes the growing importance of Miami as a commercial and financial center and gateway to Latin America. The program is designed for mid-career executives based in the southeastern United States and Latin America who aspire to senior leadership responsibilities within their organizations. The Kellogg-Miami EMBA Program offers the U.S. and Latin-American based managers an opportunity to learn and share best business practices with each other and to develop long-lasting global relationships--all within the context of a world-class business school.
The Kellogg School Approach
The Kellogg School advocates a global approach to management. A Kellogg School MBA equips managers with the tools they need to succeed by providing access to the professors, innovative curriculum, and cutting-edge ideas that have earned high praise from global leaders. Our broad-based core curriculum will train students to think strategically about issues and to maximize commonalities and recognize differences between countries.
Facilitating these lessons is the Kellogg School\'s world-class faculty, well-versed in the workings of an international marketplace. Students can expect to attend seminars taught by management giants such as Philip Kotler and Lou Stern, both pioneers in the field of marketing, along with a host of other top-rated Kellogg School faculty.
The chief goal of the curriculum is to help students develop the broad-ranging skill set they need to take a large view of their organizations and to guide these organizations more effectively in senior leadership roles. Students learn how to analyze and process information from a variety of sources in their strategic decision-making. Twenty-eight courses give students a firm grasp of the tools of general management, providing innovative techniques for solving managerial problems.
- Accounting Information for Management Planning and Control
- Analytical Approach to Uncertainty
- Capstone Course
- Competing in a Networked Economy
- Corporate Governance
- Economic and Other Social Goals
- Economics of Competition
- Ethics and Leadership
- Financial Reporting Systems
- Foundations of Strategy
- Leadership and Organizations
- Integration of the Finance Function
- Law and the Corporate Manager
- Management of Organizational Change
- Managerial Economics
- Managerial Finance I
- Managerial Finance II
- Managing People For Competitive Advantage
- Marketing Management
- Marketing Strategy
- Operations Management
- Operating Strategies for the General Manager
- Organization Design
- Research Methods in Marketing
The program is designed for mid-career executives based in the southeastern United States and Latin America who aspire to senior leadership responsibilities within their organizations
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