Our executive programs address today’s most pressing business challenges. For example, one of our new programs, Digital Marketing and Social Media Analytics, helps executives understand the new rules of marketing in the digital age. Another new course, Applied Neuroscience: Unleashing Brain Power for You and Your People builds on neuroscience concepts and techniques to help leaders motivate and inspire their peers and employees in ways that catalyze innovation and increase business success.
Each program session is an immersive experience presented in three parts: theory that provides a framework to help participants see their work from a different perspective; application of the theory in the form of simulations, company visits, or team projects, which can feature a specific company or an industry sector; and discussion-in small groups as well as in the entire room-to make the material more relevant to each individual participant. This cycle repeats several times during each session to facilitate interactive learning that is not only academically solid but also enriching and engaging.
Flexible, Customizable Format
ACE participants design their own curriculum and set their own schedule. Participants interested in an immersive, single experience have the option of attending multiple programs over a eight- to ten-week period; other participants may opt to spread their programs out over a longer period time, up to four years, according to workload and budget constraints. With MIT’s advanced executive certificate program, no long-term commitment is required. If you participate in one or several programs, but are unable to complete the number required for an ACE, you will still take away the benefits of MIT’s unique management insights, a new understanding of the global business environment, and a much-enriched network.
Excellent Networking Opportunities
Our participants engage with business leaders and entrepreneurs from around the globe and a wide variety of industries-from technology to communications to financial services to manufacturing, as well as government and non-profit organizations.