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Business School expands online

By Brian Kenny, Harvard Business School Communications

Harvard Business School (HBS) announced today the launch of HBX, a digital learning initiative aimed at broadening the School’s reach and deepening its impact. In HBX, the School has created an innovative platform to support the delivery of distinctive online business-focused offerings, including HBX CORe, a primer on the fundamentals of business.

“The HBX launch marks an important milestone in our ongoing efforts to educate leaders who make a difference in the world, ” said HBS Dean Nitin Nohria. “HBX embodies the highly engaged, interactive learning that has been a hallmark of the School’s M.B.A., doctoral, and executive education programs for more than a century. Moreover, HBX will provide a powerful channel for communicating ideas to and engaging with new and wider audiences, complementing the work we do through Harvard Business Publishing.”

The initial HBX offering, CORe (Credential of Readiness), comprises three interlinked courses: “Business Analytics, ” “Economics for Managers, ” and “Financial Accounting.”

HBS Professor Bharat Anand, faculty chair of HBX, says that CORe will be a rigorous program designed for serious and committed learners. “The HBX faculty team has thought carefully about how to create an online offering that mirrors the energy you find in an HBS classroom and that allows students to benefit from the diversity and experiences of other students.”

Consistent with the HBS case method of teaching and participant-centered learning, CORe requires students to be active learners, thinking through and solving real-world problems.

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