Undergraduate business degree programs play a vital role in developing the essential knowledge and skills that enable future leaders to be effective, innovative managers—as well as thoughtful, responsible global citizens. Built from AACSB research that revealed the most pressing issues facing undergraduate business education, this conference features curricular initiatives to help schools navigate an environment of intense competition, financial constraints, growing employer expectations, and disruptive technologies.
Learn from a diverse range of schools as they share content and best practices in critical areas of curriculum design and implementation:
- Building thinking and reasoning skills
- Developing interpersonal skills
- Integrating the major business disciplines
- Developing quantitative reasoning skills
- Designing and implementing curricular initiatives
- Designing and implementing pedagogical initiatives
Join your peers at this conference—which sold out last year—for not only session insight and networking, but also the exceptional value-added materials created specifically for attendees. Each school should consider reserving a place for multiple attendees, to better enable the curriculum redesign process and resolve significant curriculum content and design challenges.
Who Should Attend:
Business school deans and heads of business schools, directors of undergraduate programs, associate and assistant deans with responsibility for undergraduate programs, and faculty members with responsibility for redesigning undergraduate programs.