Programs for Individuals


Short Courses

Good things come to those who Don't Wait

Emory Executive Education courses boost your business knowledge and acumen to meet your professional development goals. Through a broad range of offerings – from executive communication and design thinking to negotiations and artificial intelligence – you will learn strategy, tactics, theory, and practice. Each professional development course includes training from top experts in the field, networking opportunities with other business leaders, and much more.

Executive Education Program Types

  • MBA-Level Course

    Deep dive into a specific topic as you take an MBA-level course alongside MBA students and earn university credits.
  • Modular Program

    Enhance your leadership and business skills over 2 or more multi-day sessions spread over an extended period.
  • Short Course

    Boost your leadership and business acumen with new approaches, skills, and tools in 2-3 days.
  • Webinar

    Stay abreast of the latest trends and current issues in business in an interactive, online session (typically 1 hour).
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Special Pricing

*We offer special pricing for select constituents.

- Emory University Faculty/Staff
- Goizueta Business School Alumni
- Emory University Alumni
- Government and Nonprofit
- Veterans
- Groups 3-9
- Groups 10+
- Custom Clients

Please contact us for more information about our special pricing or to receive your code before you register. Discounts cannot be combined.

Want to know more?

Please speak with Learning Advisor, Heather Dufault, to learn more about this course and discover how Emory Executive Education can meet your continuing education needs and professional development goals.