May 9–11, 2018 | Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
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What is the likelihood for individuals to pursue an MBA? What are their motivations for doing so, and their preferences towards learning approaches and delivery methods? AACSB International, the Executive MBA Council (EMBAC), and UNICON conducted a joint study in 2017 pertinent to the MBA – read their findings here.
Specifically geared towards MBA curriculum, this conference is designed to aid business schools to think strategically about questions of purpose, positioning, and program design, as well as offer guidance through the curriculum redesign process. Drawing on diverse experiences and best practices, Redesigning the MBA: A Curriculum Conference will provide valuable insights about the content and pedagogies of graduate level curricula for full and part-time programs while also allowing participants to network and exchange ideas.
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: Transforming Your Teaching With Technology
Join us to participate in a highly interactive, practical, and hands-on workshop to learn how to use various instructional technologies to enhance your students’ educational experiences. This workshop is open exclusively to registrants of the 2018 Redesigning the MBA Curriculum Conference. The cost is 50 USD. Space is limited.
To attend the 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. workshop, register here
To attend the 2:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. workshop, register here
Tour of Lassonde Studios
David Eccles School of Business, University of Utah
Thursday, May 10
4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Join us and tour the University of Utah’s Lassonde Studios—a 5-story hub for student innovation. Lassonde Studios offers a unique space in which students live, work, and learn through experience. See for yourself what schools are doing to create environments designed purposefully to encourage, support, and energize the entrepreneur in every student. Lassonde Studios is managed by the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute, a nationally ranked and interdisciplinary division of the David Eccles School of Business.
Business school deans and heads of business schools, associate and assistant deans with responsibility for MBA programs, and faculty members with responsibility for the redesign of MBA programs.
Eric R. Spangenberg
Dean and Professor, University of California, Irvine, The Paul Merage School of Business
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