George Washington School of business revolutionizes its MBA programs with a curriculum focus on ethical leadership in the global marketplace
The George Washington University School of Business has revolutionized its Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) programs through the launch of the first-ever curriculum in the country fully imbued with theories and practical applications on ethical leadership, corporate responsibility, and globalization. The new Global M.B.A. and World Executive M.B.A. programs incorporate values, theory, and international residencies to produce ethical leaders primed for success in today's global marketplace. "We are not content with teaching business the way it always has been taught," said Susan M. Phillips, dean and professor of finance. "The global business paradigm has shifted, and it is our fundamental responsibility at the GW School of Business to inspire students to act responsibly, lead passionately, and think globally. Our new M.B.A. curriculum will cultivate business leaders empowered with the knowledge and practical skills to navigate the complex global marketplace, from developed to emerging economies. Our graduates will be grounded with solid values, ethical responsibility, and personal integrity."
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