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The Emory College was founded in 1836 in the Georgia town of Oxford by the Methodist Episcopal Church. The institution struggled for decades and began to prosper only in the 1800s. On February 18th, 1919, the dean of Emory College, Howard Odum, championed the effort towards the creation of a “school of economics and business administration”. The new school now worked in coordination with the Emory College to offer courses in economics, accounting and business law. In 1926, eight students were awarded Bachelors degree in Business Administration. The School moved to the C.L. Fishburne building in 1936. The MBA program commenced in 1954 with 19 students registered for it. Emory’s MBA program was one of the first masters programs in the country to be awarded the AACSB accreditation.
Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, founded in 1919, provides a world-class business education that combines functional specialization with a broad business perspective to create principle-based leaders, enabled by • ties to Emory University, a top-20 institution; • accessible, world-class faculty scholars; • an intimate and small-by-design learning experience; • a passionate and engaged Goizueta network; • stimulating experiential learning opportunities; and • global perspective and understanding. The School will be regarded as a thought leader, creating and disseminating knowledge at the cutting edge of management practice.
The Goizueta MBA curriculum aims at providing world-class business education from day one for the students with a focus on three key areas – a tolerance for ambiguity, leadership IQ and EQ, day-one readiness. The transformative curriculum comprises of blending case method study with applied learning, exclusive management practice courses, and team-based coursework with peer-to-peer leadership opportunities that develop the students as a whole and enable them to acquire the requisite knowledge and skills to advance in their careers. The small size cohort structure fosters an intimate learning environment, where students share information and maximize their learning through peer-to-peer interaction. The core mandatory courses of the first semester build a solid grounding on the basics of business and the waivers further allow the students to customize their Goizueta MBA experience.
Leadership Development is integral to the Goizueta MBA with the core values of integrity, accountability, courage, rigor and teaming embedded in the curriculum. Students explore the various facets of leadership like self-awareness, resilience, influence, giving and receiving feedback. During the second year, the Lead Week gives an opportunity for the students to introspect within themselves and know their leadership style, and then develop a Leadership Plan for themselves. The Goizueta Advanced Leadership Academy GALA is for students who want to acquire advanced leadership skills and put their skills to test in the Capstone Challenge. The campus offers a myriad of opportunities in the form of student-clubs to the students to hone their leadership skills and emerge as principled business leaders.
Management Practice MP is a sequence of core and elective courses that prepare the students to face the challenges of internships and permanent positions right from day one. Students work on the Field Projects marked with real-world challenges, where they learn to resolve unstructured problems and address the ambiguities. Students learn the valuable lessons of effective teamwork, quality problem-solving and persuasive communication that enable them to become adept business leaders and able decision-makers. Field Projects are a platform for the students that facilitate creativity, and teach them all the aspects of team management like resolving conflicts, managing multiple tasks, guiding the team, and giving and receiving feedback. Students acquire critical analytical thinking skills that help them decompose the real-world unstructured problems into logical parts, and create work-flows to arrive at a solution. Students have created value by planning and implementing their proposals for several clients such as AT&T, GE, and Hewlett Packard, etc. in a convincing manner and have strengthened their communication skills in the process.
The Goizueta MBA program intends to develop a global perspective in the students and hence, it offers numerous opportunities for the students to understand international business. Without going abroad, students enrolling in Multinational Firms & Strategy course are exposed to the design and control systems of the multinational enterprises and students enrolling for Information and Global Capital Markets course develop awareness about the global oil and gas industry. The mid-semester faculty-led modules in Spring deepen the students’ understanding of business leadership in an international context. Students travel to Brazil, China, South Africa, Egypt and Thailand, where they have discussions with peers, company executives and business leaders that enriches their understanding on the current business scenario. Students can pursue short course, semester-long course or dual degree courses by studying at one of the partnering business schools as a part of the Study Abroad program.
The School is located in the global and dynamic city of Atlanta, which is a hub for Fortune 500 companies. Companies such as Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines and Home Depot have their headquarters in the city. Atlanta’s economic output is governed to a large extent by IT, software, entertainment and data processing industries. Atlanta has professional companies from all major performing arts disciplines like opera, ballet, music and theatre. The Fox Theatre is a major destination for audiences who love Broadway acts. Atlanta has 343 parks, nature preserves and gardens out of which the Piedmont Park in Midtown is the most noteworthy green space. Outdoor recreation activities like canoeing, kayaking, fishing, boating and tubing are available along the Chattahoochee River.
The Career Management Center CMC helps the students explore the various career options available in the market in their field of interest by pairing them up with a second-year peer career coach PCC. The Professional Development Course delves into the intricacies of cracking interviews, building personal brand, and leveraging networking opportunities. The course is taught by highly qualified professionals and alumni, thus, preparing the students for everyday business interactions by helping them hone their skills and showcasing their talents effectively to land into their dream jobs. The Career Trek events are an excellent opportunity for the students to network with leading organizations from varied industries such as finance, marketing, technology, healthcare, and real-estate. The web-based interview simulator captures practice interviews on videos so that students can have a look at their performance and improve their response before the final interview. Students can gain valuable insights into the best practices of the industry from the insiders of the industry through the Executives-in-Residence program who act as advisors to students and guide them on the various career options available to them.
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