A new study in the journal Neurology finds that intellectually complex jobs, such as social worker, graphic designer or architect, are associated with better thinking skills later in life. -http://blogs.wsj.com/atwork/2014/11/19/the-best-careers-for-your-brain-in-retirement/ #WSJ #CUEMBA
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The University of Colorado Executive MBA (CU EMBA) program is designed to inspire our students to see their future and to provide them with the knowledge and skills to achieve their goals, turning vision into reality.
Today’s leaders are increasingly relied upon to interpret critical information in order to make important long-term decisions for their organizations. Business challenges are more complex, and many managers are realizing an advanced degree is needed to assist them in their daily work and in their careers. The challenge for most is finding time to go back to school while working, balancing professional and personal responsibilities. The CU EMBA program is specifically designed with the working professional in mind. You can earn your EMBA in less than two years, while you work. With schedules that provide twelve days between classroom meetings and a convenient location in downtown Denver, the CU EMBA allows for convenient commuting from anywhere in the region.
CU EMBA students use the insight shared by CU faculty and fellow students to make better decisions within their organizations. Classes are comprised of executives from diverse backgrounds, functional areas, and stages in their careers. The EMBA program exposes our students to critical conversations and experiences that provide immediate, real-time impact on the organizations each student represents, allowing students to apply their knowledge and progress in their careers even before they graduate from the program.