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A Message to Garcia
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Curriculum

100s of real-life challenges, 0 fluff.

  • Pre Matriculation

    August through December
  • Boot Camp I

    First Week of Jan
  • First Half

    Jan - March
  • Second Half

    March - May
  • Integrative Courses
    • Notes on the Case Method
    • Corporate Profitability Simulation
    • The Entrepreneurial Journey Course
    • Opportunity Course
    • Launch Course
    • Growth Course
    • Harvest Course
  • Tools Courses
    • Cash & Valuation
    • Simulation games
    • Customers
    • Operations
    • Tools Session on Cash & Valuation and Operations
    • Customers Course
    • Cash & Valuation
    • Operations & Costs Course
    • Raising Money Course
    • People Course
  • Life of Meaning
    • Experiences and exercises
    • Face your fears
    • Life of Meaning Course
    • Life of Meaning Course

You’re a self-starter. You’re consumed by the big ideas that haunt you day and night. You’re fueled by a competitive drive to prove yourself.

Textbooks, mere theories, and meaningless electives? They’re not for people like you.

You want to be a big player in business—and that means when it comes to entrepreneurship graduate programs, you need a curriculum built by big players. An accelerated MBA with a specifically-designed entrepreneurship curriculum that’ll throw you squarely in the middle of entrepreneurial battle, force you to make tough decisions on the fly, and compel you to prove you’ve got the character it takes to make life-or-death decisions regarding your business. A curriculum that breaks out of the structure and routine offered by other 1-year MBA degree programs.

That’s what you’ll find at Acton.

Our accelerated MBA program immerses you in the real-life challenges necessary for learning the skills to run a successful business. Compare our hands-on curriculum to the offerings of other accelerated MBA programs, and you’ll see the Acton difference.