The International Consulting Project is an MBA course that involves consulting work during the fall semester on campus, with a trip to Asia in January to deliver the team’s recommendation personally to the client at their offices.
The Europe Field Seminar in Paris is designed to be a deep-dive experiential learning experience focused on France’s luxury goods and services industries. In this program you will examine best business practices and challenges behind the global economic success of the French luxury goods industries.
Explore the role and impact of innovation ecosystems in transforming a country’s or region’s economy. Students will develop a framework for identifying innovation ecosystems and comparing different ecosystems to one another.
How do we prepare for the emerging opportunities and challenges that Vietnam’s economic development and Asia’s growing presence continue to create? This one-week seminar at Hanoi provides future global business leaders with an opportunity to contemplate answers to the above question.
The Social Impact Field Seminar to South Africa provides an action-based learning experience to students interested in understanding how (for-profit and non-profit) organizations develop innovative products and services that help mitigate grand challenges―such as climate change, food security, global health, poverty, etc.―and enable them to grow their business and sustain their competitive advantage over time.
This course will be a one week intensive held during spring break in Silicon Valley. Develop an appreciation for the role of Silicon Valley in Digital Innovation and examine how digital innovations are impacting key shifts in specific sectors.
This program is designed for MBA students who seek to understand the changing role of business in society, specifically as it pertains to environmental sustainability, corporate social responsibility and the triple bottom line.