Wharton Stories: Curriculum

In just one month, the Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative delivered experiential learning opportunities to students and customized data solutions to businesses through the pilot Analytics Accelerator Challenge.

WCAI Analytics Accelerator Challenge Bridges the Gap Between Academia and Industry

Branding, corporate values, word of mouth — Prof. Americus Reed’s marketing course shows how any business can reach consumers on a deeper level.

Prof. Americus Reed Shares Essential Marketing Strategies for Better Customer Connections

Wharton Social Impact Initiative takes an approach to social impact that’s distinctly Wharton. Our focus: building the evidence base for social impact with research, and growing the talent pipeline for future social impact leaders.

5 Ways to Get Involved in Social Impact This Semester

EMBA student Camila Noordeloos, WG’18, talks about the highlights and the value of her experience taking a Global Modular Course on Finance in Europe in London.

3 Benefits You’ll Get from Taking a Global Modular Course at Wharton

“We only have a year left,” says Antonia Singleton, WG’18. “Either you’re going to grow the relationships you’ve made or you’re going to try get to know more people. I want to create a platform for people to do that — bring their own story.”

How Sharing Her Story Helped This Student Grow the Wharton Community and Herself

Why Ellen Hahm, C’12, WG’19, G’19, and Amy Kim, WG’19, G’19, chose to join the inaugural class for the Lauder Korean language immersion, part of the Asia and Southeast Asia Program.

MBA/MA Students Join Lauder’s First Korean Language Program

“One of the big things is just recognizing when it’s an ethical issue, not just a business issue. I want to give (my students) the ability to recognize the ethical issues and have a framework for analyzing them.”

From Tom Brady to Philly’s Soda Tax: Prof. Diana Robertson Brings Real-World Business Ethics into the Classroom

Award-winning entrepreneur Nidhi Shah, WG’17, G’17, has set out to fill human needs, whether toilets for urban India through her social enterprise or free lunch on Fridays for her entrepreneurial classmates.

How This MBA Social Entrepreneur Is Solving a Basic Need With Her Sanitation Startup

“Things work best at Wharton when they bubble up. A lecture from a professor in a core course, a group of students interested in pursuing the concept, an administrative response that was welcoming and interested, and resources from the School to help get it started — it’s very Wharton.”

Student-Led Wharton Commitment Project Takes a Personal Approach to the Concept of a Professional Oath

“Even when you finish a degree, learning doesn’t stop. If you’re involved in the policy sphere or finance, you need to learn quickly and absorb a lot of information and synthesize things.”

How This MBA Student’s Passion for Policy, Finance, and Football Are All Related