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The Smith MBA provides outstanding foundational management skills including analytics, accounting, financial theory, marketing management, information systems, strategy and more. A multi-faceted approach to teaching ensures engagement, high-value and impact. Class instruction is balanced with group discussion, simulations, team assignments, and real-world business projects. The modern curriculum features relevant courses that align with employer needs.
The Executive MBA Americas, previously known as the Cornell-Queen’s Executive MBA, is the only program of its kind in the world. It is made possible through a partnership between two of the world’s premier business schools – Canada’s Smith School of Business and the Johnson School at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. The program will provide you with an international business perspective and the skills to take on the challenges of today’s global business environment. Having both a Cornell MBA and a Queen’s MBA will increase your value to your organization and open the door to opportunities you have only dreamed about.
* The EMBA Americas program is currently being delivered fully in Smith’s remote learning format
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