Master Classes, as the name indicates, are designed to help MBAs gain mastery in specific areas. These second year project-based classes are geared toward connecting theory with the world outside the university’s halls.
Columbia’s strong entrepreneurship Program is a source of pride for CBS. A plethora of entrepreneurial resources exist for the Columbia student, from the CEO (Columbia Entrepreneurs Organization) to the Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center, which has a fund that provides up to $250,000 (!!!) for student ventures.
For those who don’t need that summer internship, CBS offers the opportunity to skip the internship and finish the MBA in six months less time. This is the famed “J-term.”
Columbia is rightfully proud of its global program offering exchange opportunities, study abroad options in 21 countries and study tours.
Program on Social Intelligence (PSI)
Columbia’s unique PSI program of courses and extracurricular activities is designed to create leaders of the future. This program develops all the dynamic soft-skills MBAs will need.