The Carey Business School seeks to educate a new generation of leaders who will develop business solutions for today’s problems and tomorrow’s challenges.
Over the course of their program, students gain the theoretical building blocks of business education and are also given numerous opportunities to learn practical skills—through case studies, simulations, civic service, and experiential learning. Experiential courses not only enhance the learning experience for students both in and beyond the classroom, they also connect students with practical, project-based learning and immersion projects with external partners. Examples of experiential courses include:
Innovation for Humanity
A core requirement of the Global MBA program, Innovation for Humanity provides students with first-hand knowledge of building sustainable businesses in emerging markets.
Discovery to Market
The Discovery to Market program provides students with the opportunity to participate in transforming a scientific discovery into a viable commercial enterprise.
Leadership Development Expeditions
Through our Leadership Development Expeditions, students have the unique opportunity to develop their leadership skills and reflect on the challenge of serving as a leader during a unique outdoor experiential education experience.
This program brings faculty and students together with host country industry leaders and scholars to explore international trade policy and impacts on global business in Lima, Peru or European financial markets in Frankfurt, Germany.
CityLab is an urban innovation laboratory applying business and management knowledge and tools in a "bottom up" (rather than "top down") approach to revitalizing economically distressed and underperforming neighborhoods. This course was deisnged for students interested in building a portfolio of urban innovation knowledge and expertise positioning them for urban entrepreneurial business careers with social impact.