Chicago Booth adjusts its executive education

The University of Chicago Booth School of Business is making changes to its executive education. With today’s demands rising, the school has decided to add more flexibility to one of its most popular programmes for senior executives.


Business leaders will now have the option to complete an elective in Chicago and in Asia whilst attending Chicago Booth’s Advanced Management Program.

Chicago Booth’s Advanced Management Program is the only top-tier business school programme to offer electives as part of the overall curriculum. The course allows for flexibility and an individual approach. It includes three week-long core sessions and three elective sessions, which executives can choose according to their experiences and professional interests.

At the recently opened Booth Hong Kong campus the two-day-long elective programmes include topics like Leading High-Performance Organisations; Negotiations: Strategies and Processes for Impactful Outcomes; Strategic Thinking and from spring 2020 on Fintech Foundations.

In Chicago, executives will continue to be able to choose from more than 50 classes held throughout the year to complete the elective requirements.