Courses at Columbia Business School


Columbia Business School’s degree and nondegree programs offer a rigorous foundation complemented by an attention to the decidedly modern factors — whether leadership skills or a stellar network — that are required for success.

New curricular initiatives take aim at the global business demands of this new century. Master Classes combine experiential learning and direct contact with the business world, challenging students to make hard-and-fast decisions about actual business problems. The Program on Social Intelligence, based in psychology and social science research, imparts skills for managing individuals, teams, and networks. Columbia CaseWorks, meanwhile, draws from faculty research and presents students with incomplete data to develop the ability to make decisions from uncertainty — as leaders are required to do throughout their careers.

Supported by the resources of an acclaimed Ivy League University, and surrounded by the boundless opportunities of New York City, Columbia Business School offers a truly modern education.

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