|Academic Experience Rating: ||99|
|Concentrations: ||Healthcare Administration, JD/MBA - Dual Degree, MD/MBA -- Dual Degree, MS/MBA -- Dual Degree|
|Centers of Research: ||Yale SOM’s centers act as focal points for students, faculty, businesspeople, and policy makers interested in particular subject areas. They are designed to ensure that the production of knowledge adheres to the highest standards of rigor and at the same time is driven by the imperative of practical, relevant societal impact. They create meaningful connections between academic endeavor and real-world application.
The Millstein Center for Corporate Governance and Performance
Center for Customer Insights
International Center for Finance
Program on Social Enterprise
Center for Business and the Environment
|Part Time Program: ||No|
|Evening Program: ||No|
|Executive MBA Program Offered: ||Yes|
|Other Advanced Degrees Offered: ||MBA full-time two years; Executive MBA in Healthcare 22 months, Master of Advanced Management one year; Doctoral Programs in Accounting, Financial Economics, Marketing and Organizations & Management|
|Joint / Combined Degrees Offered: ||Four-year MBA/JD with Yale Law School (4 years)
Three-year Accelerated Integrated MBA/JD with Yale Law School (3 years)
MBA/MD with Yale School of Medicine (5 years)
MBA/MARCH with Yale School of Architecture (4 yrs)
MBA/MFA with Yale School of Drama (4 yrs)
MBA/MDIV or MAR with Yale Divinity School (3 yrs)
MBA/MEM or MF with Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies (3 yrs)
MBA/MPH with Yale School of Public Health (EPH) (3 yrs)
MBA/PhD with Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
MBA/MA in International Relations with Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences|
|Study Abroad Options: ||The International Exchange Program introduced in 2008, provides second-year Yale SOM students the opportunity to spend their fall semester studying abroad at one of four exchange partner schools: the London School of Economics and Political Science, Great Britain; HEC Paris, France; IESE Business School, Spain; and Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management, China. The International Exchange Program provide students with the option of spending more time in another country in order to pursue their global interests in greater depth.
The International Experience introduced in 2006 as part of the Yale Integrated MBA Curriculum, requires first-year Yale SOM students to travel to one of several destinations around the world to study the local business environment. The destinations are the focus of pre-trip sessions and lectures and exercises in the Global Macroeconomy and State and Society courses. Destinations in 2013 include Brazil, China, Chile, Indonesia, Korea, South Africa, Ireland, United Arab Emerites and Japan.|
|Other Programs: ||There are many opportunities for students to participate in faculty research, conferences, workshops, and a host of other activities that span a range of crucial issues in business and society.
The International Center for Finance (http://icf.som.yale.edu) provides active support for research in financial economics by its fellows — leading scholars within and outside of Yale SOM — and disseminates their work to the world's academic and professional communities.
The Yale Center for Customer Insights (htt://cci.som.yale.edu) facilitates interaction between marketing executives and academic scholars from many disciplines who share an underlying interest in understanding customer behavior and marketplace dynamics.
The Program on Social Enterprise (http://www.pse.som.yale.edu) supports scholars, students, alumni, and practitioners interested in exploring the ways in which business skills and disciplines can be harnessed to most effectively and efficiently achieve social objectives. PSE facilitates work on nonprofit and public sector social entrepreneurship as well as initiatives in private sector social enterprise.
Yale Center for Business and the Environment (http://cbey.research.yale.edu) joins the strengths of two world-renowned institutions, the Yale School of Management and the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. These two schools have been at the forefront in bringing together business and the environment in innovative and constructive ways for more than a quarter of a century.
The Yale Center for Corporate Governance (http://yccg.som.yale.edu) supports research and academic exchanges that explore how corporate governance affects both financial performance and a company's impact on the broader society.|
|Academic Calendar: ||Semester|
|Online Course Catalog: ||http://www.mba.yale.edu/mba_admissions/curriculum/default.asp|