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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…