Two Online Course Formats to Meet Your Professional Learning Needs
Carlson Executive Education's online programs provide high-impact learning to fit the demanding schedules of business leaders. Our engaging programs are either fully-immersive live online days, or flexible online formatting with real-time opportunities for gathering with your peers and with course faculty. Learn more about each course type:
The Live Online Experience
Through the Carlson Executive Education live online experience, you’ll immerse yourself in cutting-edge business coursework and connect with peers and Carlson faculty from the convenience of wherever you are. Live online courses are designed to be interactive and are in real-time; you’ll finish the course in 2-3 days. Guided by our faculty, your cohort will work through group discussions, interact directly with the instructor and with peers, and bring back valuable insights to apply at work. Learn more about live online courses and find answers to frequently asked questions.
The Online Course Experience
Our online programs span 4-8 weeks and require approximately 4 hours per week for course work. At your own pace, you'll participate in on-demand learning which will broaden your perspective and enhance the skills and experience you use to power your work. Your cohort will come together for a virtual learning session with Carlson School faculty at regular points throughout the program. This will be an opportunity to collaborate and network with peers as well as connect directly with faculty.
Combine the benefits of a cohort-specific Executive Education learning experience with the flexibility of completing coursework online.
Executive Education faculty are world-class professors and business professionals with years of experience in their fields and deep connections to the Twin Cities business community. Through the online experience, you'll benefit from their experience and have direct access to them to ask questions and build your network.
Online programs incorporate live sessions for group discussion and direct questions for faculty. Along with peers in your cohort, you'll discuss business problems, as well as real-world applications for what you're learning. Faculty are available to answer your questions in real-time.