New Programs

Business schools announce curriculum revisions and additions.

This September, lESE Business School will launch a new one-year master in management (MiM) program aimed at recent graduates and young professionals with little or no work experience. The MiM will be held at lESE's campus in Madrid, Spain, where new facilities should be complete by 2020. The school has set aside €500,000 (approximately US$563,000) in scholarship funding for MiM students.

This March, the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management in Germany is launching an interactive e-learning course that will result in a certificate in sustainable finance. Participants will explore the major drivers and constraints of transforming the financial system into a more sustainable one. E-learning course units are complemented by optional classroom training days at the Frankfurt School. Course development was supported by EIT Climate-KIC, which is dedicated to accelerating society's transition to a zero-carbon economy.

Michigan Technological University in Houghton has launched an online graduate program in applied statistics designed to prepare students for jobs such as data scientist, statistician, and market research manager. The MS in applied statistics has been created in collaboration with Keypath Education LLC.