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Elective Courses

MBA elective courses are offered in both English and Chinese. Tsinghua-MIT Global MBA students are free to create their own concentration by selecting courses from the 7 tracks of elective courses listed below, as well as industrial elective courses in Real Estate, Clean Energy etc.



Strategy and Leadership

Develop a multi-disciplinary approach and strengthen abilities in strategy formulation and implementation. Courses analyze how individuals and organizations achieve market success against the backdrop of globalization and technology development.


Finance

An area of choice for students interested in the finance sector or in financial positions within organizations. Courses build up an in-depth understanding on how financial markets operate, and equip students with quantitative tools to interpret and analyze financial data.


Marketing

Capture customers’ needs through effective marketing. Students learn how to develop and implement marketing strategies amidst competition while utilizing the multitude of channels available today.


E-Commerce and Supply Chain Management

With the trend of vertical integration, this is a key issue not limited only to the manufacturing sector. Students gain insights on boosting operational efficiency by leveraging technology to enhance value chain systems and to increase distribution channel options.


Human Resources and Organizational Behavior

A constantly challenging area for organizations to address. students focusing on this concentration learn to optimize and leverage human capital within organizations through strategic tools such as organizational structures and incentive frameworks.


Entrepreneurship

Take the leap into enterprise and innovation, either by becoming a start-up entrepreneur or by creating new value in existing organizations. This set of elective courses aim to enhance core capabilities of business development, decision-making, and risk management.


Financial Analysis and Management Control

Focus on financial analysis and corporate management control systems in collaboration with financial and managerial accounting. This direction builds on mechanisms to better implement strategy and ensure that operations proceed according to plan and that strategic objectives are achieved.