The Tepper School of Business Executive Education Center advances the practice of management by applying Carnegie Mellon University's world-class knowledge and research to meet the diverse needs of corporations from around the world.
Executive Education at the Tepper School of Business focuses on the unique leadership development and business needs of leading companies and their key managers. Whether the program is a custom corporate program, or an open enrollment program offered by our Carnegie Bosch Institute, Tepper School of Business Executive Education consistently delivers value and impact.
The Executive Education Center has delivered these insights, decision models, and solutions for business leaders since 1954. With eight Nobel laureates in our faculty heritage, the Tepper School of Business is recognized world-wide for its leading academic research. Our faculty and program directors employ a variety of learning methodologies that turn these new insights into practical tools and solutions for real business challenges through executive training.
Housed in an academic environment that fosters collaborative, multi-disciplinary approaches to research and teaching, we call on all the University’s centers of excellence to help prepare your managers to succeed in dynamic markets and to solve unique business challenges specific to your industry.
As your organization’s strategic objectives and performance requirements evolve, so must your human capital. Customizing executive education is a dynamic process that matches your needs and goals with academic research and teaching expertise. We will work with you to define investments in human potential that can create a lasting competitive advantage. The Tepper School of Business Executive Education Center will enable you to:
"We have a vast array of knowledge resources and opportunities for collaboration on issues facing leading corporations around the world. As faculty members, we know that our most valuable work starts with understanding industry problems leading to business solutions for our partners."
- Sunder Kekre, Professor of Manufacturing and Operations
Director, Center for Business Solutions