The new Berkeley-Columbia Executive MBA Program, launched in June 2002, joins the strengths of Columbia Business School and the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, to provide a select group of senior-level executives with a comprehensive, strategic perspective on the global, financial, technological and entrepreneurial forces that are shaping the business world in the 21st century.
Participants who begin in May 2007 will complete their studies in December 2008— a span of about 19 months. For each of the five terms, classes will meet Thursday through Saturday at Berkeley and Wednesday through Saturday at Columbia.
Instruction is divided equally between Berkeley and Columbia faculty members, although class sessions are held primarily in the San Francisco
Schedules, curriculum, applications and other details may be found at the Berkeley-Columbia Executive MBA Web site.
The Power of Two
Wall Street and Silicon Valley. Old and new economies. East and West. Combining diverse viewpoints and up-to-the-minute knowledge, the Berkeley-Columbia program offers its participants two distinct MBA degrees — and an unbeatable combination.
Taught on two campuses, the Berkeley-Columbia Executive MBA program draws on the renowned intellectual and physical resources of Columbia University and the University of California, Berkeley. These locations allows business leaders from two of the world's top money centers who also contribute to the program as guest lecturers or advisors.