The University of Denver has innovated management education with a daring new MBA program.
The program delivers personalized coaching and mentoring, a professional development strategy mapped to your career goals, and corporate connections in Denver and around the world. Plus, it is all in a supportive and inclusive community in one of the fastest growing economic and innovative regions.
"Whether it’s the integration of ethics across a curriculum, or the early adoption of a fully integrated core experience, the Daniels College of Business has a rich, well-earned reputation of innovation in MBA education. We continue this tradition with the Denver MBA, a program uniquely designed to actively engage students with the marketplace. In The Denver MBA, core challenges are supported by integrated five-week modules enabling students to become value creators from day one. Challenge-driven education and deep, vivid learning are the hallmarks of this program. The 20 months of continuous experiential learning represents an entirely new and frame-breaking approach to preparing students for the rigors of a 21st century marketplace; and it’s only available at the Daniels College of Business. "
Dr. Brent Chrite, Dean
Figure out how to fit all the pieces of the puzzle together in real time. Discover how to use what you learn, why you're learning it in the first place, and how to blend knowledge and skills to get results. This makes things rich, multidimensional and vivid.
Academics across multiple subject areas, technical skills and soft skills all come together—and in the often complex, messy, ambiguous real-world environment. There are no silos, no tidy cases.
Sharpen your communications, problem solving and storytelling skills—the traits at the top of employers' wish lists.
Development is cumulative and exponential. You are constantly in a do-learn-do, and learn again environment—the perfect workshop for self-discovery and lifelong professional agility.
Ethics is the foundation at Daniels. We take it to the next level by providing space to fail or succeed in murky ethical buisness decisions.
At the end of each challenge you assess your progress so you can build on it and take your personal growth to the next level in the next challenge.