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Wharton School of Business University of Pennsylvania
[February 16, 2014 – 09:22 am]
Wharton School of Business University of Pennsylvania

Wharton offers established dual-degree programs with Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and Harvard Kennedy School. This three-year, MBA/MA dual-degree program, offered by Wharton and the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) of The Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C., prepares students to operate in both business and the international political environment. Students earn an MBA from Wharton and an MA in international relations from SAIS, a program that pioneered area studies and the integration of international politics and…

Wharton Business School undergraduate Admissions Requirements
[June 14, 2016 – 08:27 am]
Wharton Business School undergraduate Admissions Requirements

At the Wharton School, the world’s first collegiate business school, the undergraduate program integrates the intellectual enrichment of a liberal arts education with a comprehensive business curriculum. Wharton students take courses in the arts, sciences, and humanities while learning business fundamentals and pursuing a business concentration. REQUIREMENTS: All applicants must meet specific academic requirements by the end of the term in which they are enrolled at the time of transfer application. In addition to the academic requirements, all applicants should have demonstrated…

Wharton Business School undergraduate
[August 2, 2013 – 02:24 pm]
Wharton Business School undergraduate

Wharton’s undergraduate degree program offers you business and more — an innovative program that combines business and liberal arts on one Ivy League campus. Students choose specialized areas of study with more than 20 concentrations offered across the 10 different departments. Graduates earn a BS in Economics from the Wharton School. The Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business (BS /BA) This unique, four-year interdisciplinary undergraduate program integrates business education, advanced language training, and a liberal arts education. Huntsman graduates earn…

Wharton School of Business Executive Education
[January 30, 2015 – 11:07 am]
Wharton School of Business Executive Education

The Executive Education Board is the volunteer group that advises the Vice Dean on Wharton’s effort to deliver non-degree business education and Lifelong Learning programming to the world. Executive Education is a critical source of revenue for Wharton, fueling its continued growth. The board’s contributions assure that Wharton continues to drive innovation in business education, and that the opportunities for professionals to learn from Wharton continue to expand. Robert Paul Director of Corporate and Foundational Relations Wharton External Affairs The Wharton School of the…

Wharton School of Business Requirements
[October 10, 2016 – 11:34 am]
Wharton School of Business Requirements

Students must demonstrate competency in a language other than English in order to graduate. Students who plan to continue with their high school language are urged to do so beginning in the fall semester of the first year. For more information on foreign language placement, please click here. Students may satisfy the foreign language requirement in any of the following ways: By completing the appropriate Cambridge A-Level Examination at a grade deemed satisfactory by the language group Completion of the final course in a Penn foreign language competency sequence* Please note…

Wharton Business School tuition
[October 22, 2016 – 02:13 pm]
Wharton Business School tuition

The Lauder Institute is committed to providing financial support to candidates who are admitted to the joint-degree program. In fact, nearly all of our students receive some kind of financial aid from the Lauder Institute for the graduate degree in International Studies in the form of graduate school fellowships and awards. Lauder Institute MBA/MA (2016-2017) In addition to their Wharton MBA tuition , the cost of the Lauder MA for MBA students is as follows: 1st Year Summer* $14, 900 Fall Semester $5, 650 Spring Semester Global Knowledge Lab (GKL) $4, 300 2nd Year Two-Year Total**…

Wharton Business School MBA
[December 18, 2016 – 09:57 am]
Wharton Business School MBA

MBA PROGRAM Program Length 20 months, including a 3.5 month summer internship (recommended) Class Schedule Year 1: early August – May Year 2: early September – May Weekly Schedule Monday – Thursday (exams may be scheduled on Fridays) Total Credit Units (CU) 19.0 CU Core Curriculum 9.5 CU Major Typically 5.0 CU, including a maximum of 1.0 from the Core Electives 5.0 CU Majors and Program Customization You have a choice from 19 majors. Approximately 40% of students complete their degree with two majors. Faculty Global Experience Take part in a dual-degree program, or chose study…

Wharton Business School Executive MBA
[October 28, 2015 – 05:07 pm]
Wharton Business School Executive MBA

Admission to the Wharton MBA Program for Executives requires the completion of our online application form, which includes the provision of background information: contact information (e.g., mailing address and phone number), biographical information, academic degrees earned, professional experience, and optional family information. 2. Interview An interview with a member of the Admissions Committee is required for all applicants to the Wharton MBA Program for Executives. You are strongly encouraged to schedule an interview before you complete your application, and you must…

Wharton School of Business free online courses
[July 12, 2016 – 01:07 pm]
Wharton School of Business free online courses

Since first making headlines in 2011, massive open online courses, or MOOCs, are now offered at hundreds of universities to millions of students around the world, including at Wharton. In the new ebook Mastering MOOCs, published with Wharton Digital Press, Knowledge@Wharton reports on how business professionals are using MOOCs to further their careers, and to help their companies and teams succeed. In the following excerpt, Knowledge@Wharton looks at why some of them take MOOCs. Max Buckley was on the cusp of graduating from the Cork Institute of Technology when he stumbled…