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Yale School of Management

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Edward P. Evans Hall, New Haven United States
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    In 1971 the University received a bequest from the estate of Frederick W. Beinecke, PhB 1909, for the creation of a program in management. Two years later, the Yale Corporation approved the creation of a School of Organization and Management, which would confer a master’s degree in public and private management (MPPM). The first class arrived in the fall of 1976. The new school offered a two-year program designed to train managers who could be effective in the business, government, and nonprofit sectors, and who would have the skills, understanding, and perspective to move among those sectors effectively. “Business and government are growing more interrelated,” an early admissions catalog said, “requiring effective managers in each sector, public and private, to understand in depth the goals and operations of the other.” THE MISSION OF THE YALE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT IS EDUCATING LEADERS FOR BUSINESS AND SOCIETY. The school’s students, faculty, and alumni are committed to understanding the complex forces transforming global markets and using that understanding to build organizations—in the for-profit, nonprofit, entrepreneurial, and government sectors—that contribute lasting value to society.

    About

    In 1971 the University received a bequest from the estate of Frederick W. Beinecke, PhB 1909, for the creation of a program in management. Two years later, the Yale Corporation approved the creation of a School of Organization and Management, which would confer a master’s degree in public and private management (MPPM). The first class arrived in the fall of 1976. The new school offered a two-year program designed to train managers who could be effective in the business, government, and nonprofit sectors, and who would have the skills, understanding, and perspective to move among those sectors effectively. “Business and government are growing more interrelated,” an early admissions catalog said, “requiring effective managers in each sector, public and private, to understand in depth the goals and operations of the other.” THE MISSION OF THE YALE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT IS EDUCATING LEADERS FOR BUSINESS AND SOCIETY. The school’s students, faculty, and alumni are committed to understanding the complex forces transforming global markets and using that understanding to build organizations—in the for-profit, nonprofit, entrepreneurial, and government sectors—that contribute lasting value to society.

    University highlights

    EMBA Rankings - North America

    • 2020
      #7

    Ranking criteria

    83.2
    Overall
    99.7
    Career outcomes
    80.2
    Diversity
    84.6
    Employer Reputation
    43.6
    Executive profile
    93.3
    Thought Leadership

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