The mantra of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business is it's all about the idea. Students focus on generating, analyzing, comparing, and refining ideas. It suits the more analytical and intellectual nature of the University of Chicago.
The flagship of Booth's program is its flexible curriculum. Unlike many other top schools with lockstep first-year MBA programs, Booth pretty much requires MBAs to go through only one course together -- its series of leadership exercises called LEAD (Leadership Effectiveness and Development).
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