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Berkeley Executive Program in Management

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Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

April
10,
2021

Course Length:

More than 3 Months

Application Deadline:

No Deadline

Enrollment Fee:

33,000 USD

Location:

University of California, Berkeley, 110 Sproul Hall #5800,Berkeley, CA 94720-5800

Quick Look

Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

April
10,
2021

Application Deadline:

Asynchronous

Enrollment Fee:

33,000 USD

Location:

University of California, Berkeley, 110 Sproul Hall #5800,Berkeley, CA 94720-5800

Course Description

The Berkeley Executive Program in Management prepares you for the next level of leadership. Actively leveraging Berkeley’s unique strengths, the program exposes you to the latest theories and best practices in business, from strategy to team leadership, influence, innovation, product management, and more. You will leave the program with a mark of distinction from a world-renowned university and prepared to lead an enterprise.The modular design of this program, which combines classes in India and Berkeley with an online experience, is tailored for rising executives in emerging economies like India.

Program Benefits

Become a part of the elite alumni network of 41,000+ Berkeley Haas graduates. A UC Berkeley Haas email forwarding address (@haas.executivealumni.berkeley.edu). Ability to join local alumni chapters or clubs in your region. Join the private, invitation-only Berkeley Haas Alumni LinkedIn group. Invitations to the annual Berkeley Haas alumni conference and select sponsored events and Berkeley Executive Education Networking events. The Berkeley Executive Program in Management Certification from the UC Berkeley Executive Education at the Haas School of Business. Public access to the Long Business Library and other university database services (onsite access only). A One-year digital subscription to the California Management Review. Receive Berkeley Haas Alumni e-newsletter. A 30% discount on all eligible future Berkeley Executive Education programs. Access to Haas Insights – Latest research and thought leadership from Industry speakers and faculty. Access to Berkeley Haas Alumni Jobs e-Newsletter via subscription, with latest job posting from distinguished employers.

Program Inclusion

Not Provided

Who Should Attend

The Berkeley Executive Program in Management, India, is designed to create a deeply relevant, immersive and dynamic learning experience for senior executives ready for the next level of the leadership challenge. Participants may come from a range of industries and functions, and all will be technologically savvy, open to innovation and change, and driven to make a difference in their work environments. The program will benefit senior professionals with: Significant experience and demonstrated career progression across levels, including: CXOs, Directors, Presidents, Vice Presidents, Managers, Senior Managers, and individuals in leadership roles in a variety of settings. A strong drive to succeed and aspirations for reaching beyond the obvious career milestones.

Application Requirements

1618012800

Instructor:

Holly Schroth

Contact Person:

Not Provided

Faculty Director:

Frank Schultz

University:

University of California at Berkeley

Course Description

The Berkeley Executive Program in Management prepares you for the next level of leadership. Actively leveraging Berkeley’s unique strengths, the program exposes you to the latest theories and best practices in business, from strategy to team leadership, influence, innovation, product management, and more. You will leave the program with a mark of distinction from a world-renowned university and prepared to lead an enterprise.The modular design of this program, which combines classes in India and Berkeley with an online experience, is tailored for rising executives in emerging economies like India.

Program Benefits

Become a part of the elite alumni network of 41,000+ Berkeley Haas graduates. A UC Berkeley Haas email forwarding address (@haas.executivealumni.berkeley.edu). Ability to join local alumni chapters or clubs in your region. Join the private, invitation-only Berkeley Haas Alumni LinkedIn group. Invitations to the annual Berkeley Haas alumni conference and select sponsored events and Berkeley Executive Education Networking events. The Berkeley Executive Program in Management Certification from the UC Berkeley Executive Education at the Haas School of Business. Public access to the Long Business Library and other university database services (onsite access only). A One-year digital subscription to the California Management Review. Receive Berkeley Haas Alumni e-newsletter. A 30% discount on all eligible future Berkeley Executive Education programs. Access to Haas Insights – Latest research and thought leadership from Industry speakers and faculty. Access to Berkeley Haas Alumni Jobs e-Newsletter via subscription, with latest job posting from distinguished employers.

Program Inclusion

Not Provided

Who Should Attend

The Berkeley Executive Program in Management, India, is designed to create a deeply relevant, immersive and dynamic learning experience for senior executives ready for the next level of the leadership challenge. Participants may come from a range of industries and functions, and all will be technologically savvy, open to innovation and change, and driven to make a difference in their work environments. The program will benefit senior professionals with: Significant experience and demonstrated career progression across levels, including: CXOs, Directors, Presidents, Vice Presidents, Managers, Senior Managers, and individuals in leadership roles in a variety of settings. A strong drive to succeed and aspirations for reaching beyond the obvious career milestones.

Application Requirements

Demonstrated ability to adapt, learn, and apply new knowledge in varied situations. A minimum of 10+ years of work experience in functional, technical, or business roles. A graduate degree with a strong academic track record. Fluency in written and spoken English.

Instructor:

Holly Schroth

Contact Person:

Not Provided

Faculty Director:

Frank Schultz

University:

University of California at Berkeley