Through this improvisation elective, EMBA students at the Zicklin School, Baruch College/CUNY develop skills that help them respond better to fast-moving situations.
Professor J. Brian Gray drives the power and application of statistics home for EMBA students.
EMBA faculty member drives home the value of economics through his work experience and hands-on introduction to cutting-edge technology.
EMBA faculty member brings his executive experience, love for EMBA, and his whole self when teaching.
The high-wire act of teaching EMBA students reaps rewards for both students and teacher.
EMBA students tackle projects for non-profit and public organizations and make quite an impact.
EMBA professor asks students to consider their biases for a clearer picture of themselves and other stakeholders.
EMBA students search for solutions to problems that organizations currently face.
EMBA accounting professor rips headlines from the news to demonstrate accounting in action.
The experience and education of an EMBA Program nurtures innovative and entrepreneurial skills—strengthening personal performance and improving results.