Program Experience

Highlights and Key Outcomes

In the Advanced Management Program, you will:

  • Develop a highly informed global perspective that will help your organization seize new opportunities and compete successfully well into the future
  • Turn the latest theories and best practices in marketing, finance, strategy, and innovation into actionable strategies
  • Lead with greater purpose and presence to better meet strategic objectives and inspire others
  • Deepen your self-awareness through individual and peer coaching and faculty mentoring
  • Master key leadership skills including negotiating and harnessing the power of emotional intelligence
  • Build a strong global network of peers who will be an enduring source of support, advice, and personal connection
  • Receive Wharton alumni status upon completion of Advanced Management Program, becoming part of a global alumni network with more than 100,000 members

One Curriculum – Two Formats

Wharton’s Advanced Management Program is offered in two distinct formats: Modular: On Campus and Live Online or Five Consecutive Weeks on campus.

Modular: On Campus and Live Online

Five Modules: On Campus and Live Online
Module 1: March 17 – 26, 2025 • Philadelphia, PA
Module 2: Apr. 16 – 19, 2025 • Live Online (8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. EST)
Module 3: May 7 – 10, 2025 • Live Online (8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. EST)
Module 4: May 28 – 31, 2025 • Live Online (8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. EST)
Module 5: Jun. 16 – 27, 2024 • Philadelphia, PA

This format consists of five modules. Modules 1 and 5 are held on the University of Pennsylvania campus in Philadelphia. Modules 2 through 4 are live online classes, with each module totaling four days a month. The overall modular design allows for in-depth exploration of key business concepts and provides sufficient time between sessions to put the learning into practice. The modules also allow for cumulative learning within the AMP class that strengthens the learning community, ensuring that each participant builds strong bonds with one another. Also, the convenience of this format allows participants to benefit from a flexible format that covers the same content as the on-campus version without being absent from work for five consecutive weeks.

Five Consecutive Weeks: On Campus

The on-campus version of AMP is a rigorous five-week program that prepares you to lead decisively by putting you into different leadership contexts that challenge the conventional wisdom and spurs new growth in all aspects of your professional and personal life. The experience is never easy but always rewarding. The curriculum covered and the faculty are the same as the modular version.

Five Consecutive Weeks: On Campus
September 29 – November 1, 2024
Philadelphia, PA

Experiential Learning

A hallmark of Wharton Executive Education is its focus on hands-on learning. Decades of research confirm that lessons are best retained and ingrained when they involve immersing students in powerful, memorable stretch experiences. The program includes intensive simulations and group work, and during the on-campus weeks, a wide range of activities that build leadership and promote teamwork.

Community Building

During the Advanced Management Program, you will become part of an exclusive community of highly experienced senior leaders from around the world. Your cohort is limited in size to build camaraderie and maximize the peer-to-peer learning exchange as a wide range of sectors, industries, and companies are represented within the group. Together, in a setting designed to foster collaboration and connection, you will explore the latest research and best practices in every business discipline, discussing challenges and trends with Wharton’s world-renowned expert faculty, CEOs, and other senior leaders on the front lines of business today.

Unlike similar programs, there are no elective sessions in Advanced Management Program: participants come ready for an active experience and a high level of engagement with fellow participants. You will share your current leadership challenges, and put your knowledge and skills to the test in a variety of stretch experiences and simulations designed to engage and educate. The connections you forge will become a lifelong personal and professional network, keeping the Advanced Management Program experience relevant well into the future.

AMP participants share how connections with other leaders enhance their experience and shape their legacy.

Mindfulness and Reflection

Wharton’s whole-person approach also includes addressing the community, social, and physical aspects of senior leadership. You will work in a small group on a social enterprise project that taps your collective business acumen, expertise, and connections to address a pressing societal need. You will experience executive mindfulness and self-reflection sessions designed to help you improve focus and engagement and better manage yourself both personally and professionally.

Through guided reflection you will think deeply about how to reenter your organization. With an emphasis on being a true leader of leaders, you will determine how you can best leverage what you learned in the program to develop those working for you. Faculty will share their greatest challenges and triumphs, including the training of NASA astronauts and elite military forces and leading teams to the summit of Mount Everest.

During the five-week Advanced Management Program, which consists of five consecutive weeks on campus, includes a two-day, off-site retreat designed to deepen your thinking on leadership and reflection on the program’s lessons and the ways in which you will personally apply them.

Jeff Klein on the Advanced Management Program

The Partners’ Program

The last two days of the on-campus session, your spouse, partner, or other guest is invited to participate in the Partners' Program, which features select Advanced Management Program sessions and social activities. Participants welcome this shared experience and find it greatly enhances and eases their return to home and work. The Partners’ Program happens during Module 6 of the modular AMP or during Week 5 of the fully on-campus version.

Please download the program brochure for a more detailed description of the entire AMP experience.

Wharton excels at offering an immersive learning experience, says Nathan Moris of the Estée Lauder Cos.

Global Emphasis

Because most companies today are international in ways both large and small, Advanced Management Program builds your skills in working across boundaries, leading geographically diverse teams, and developing a deeper knowledge of global markets and geopolitics. Faculty bring new insights developed on the ground from their extensive work with companies in India, Africa, Europe, and South America. Your global perspective and connections with leaders from around the world will grow exponentially.

Convince Your Supervisor

Here’s a justification letter you can edit and send to your supervisor to help you make the case for attending this Wharton program.

Due to our application review period, applications submitted after 12:00 p.m. ET on Friday for programs beginning the following Monday may not be processed in time to grant admission. Applicants will be contacted by a member of our Client Relations Team to discuss options for future programs and dates.

Executive Coaching

Your Advanced Management Program experience will be enhanced through individual coaching sessions that begin before the program and extend beyond the close.

Coaching not only supports your learning during the fast-paced program but also helps you make the transition back to your workplace. It provides an intentional opportunity to take a step back for reflection, an incredibly valuable learning habit many senior executives don’t take the time to do. Because of the positive impact of coaching, many Advanced Management Program participants choose to retain their coach for months or years after the official sessions end.

Small-group coaching is also a part of Advanced Management Program. You will receive real-time feedback throughout the program as you share your goals and current challenges with your group. During experiential learning sessions, you will experiment with your stretch goals and have the opportunity to practice new behaviors and make changes during the AMP. Your group is a learning support for each other, and the issues you choose to work on can be reshaped during the program.

The modular version of the Advanced Management Program offers an expanded coaching experience to provide additional support and connection for both participants and coaches between the live online classes. Participants in the modular version of AMP will receive 10 individual coaching sessions.

The on-campus Advanced Management Program consists of five consecutive weeks on the University of Pennsylvania campus in Philadelphia. The experience includes a minimum of five individual coaching sessions that are conducted during and soon after the completion of AMP.

Executive coaching in AMP gives senior executives an opportunity to reflect on their professional roles and pushes them beyond what they thought was possible, says AMP’s Lead Executive Coach Ilene Wasserman.

Who Should Attend

The Advanced Management Program is designed for senior-level executives within two reporting relationships of the C-suite or executive committee in their organizations.

This program is specifically for:

  • Executives with proven leadership of large organizations who hold positions one or two levels from the CEO and have been identified as central to the company's succession plan
  • Executives who hold C-suite level positions at mid-size companies with significant opportunities for growth
  • Executives with at least 20 years of work experience including significant management experience as a senior-level executive or company officer
  • AMP regularly includes presidents, chief executive officers, heads of major business units, and members of executive committees and operating divisions

Fluency in English, written and spoken, is required for participation in Wharton Executive Education programs.

A Note from the Admissions Committee:

The Admissions Committee may require that the AMP Candidate Nomination Form be completed before making a decision on your application. This form must be completed by your CEO, division president, or other nominator who can attest to your professional achievements and provide additional information about your career goals.

*If you have less than one year of experience working in an English-speaking environment, or if you are unsure about your current level of English, please contact us immediately at We will schedule an appointment for you to speak with one of our language specialists about our business English language programs. The Admissions Committee may also require an interview by phone.

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Plan Your Stay

This program is held at the Steinberg Conference Center located on the University of Pennsylvania campus in Philadelphia. Meals and accommodations are included in the program fees. Learn more about planning your stay at Wharton’s Philadelphia campus.


Michael Useem

Michael Useem, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Faculty Chair

William and Jacalyn Egan Professor Emeritus of Management; Faculty Director, Center for Leadership and McNulty Leadership Program, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

Research Interests: Catastrophic and enterprise risk management, corporate change and restructuring, leadership, decision making, governance

Jeff Klein

Jeff KleinSee Faculty Bio

Executive Director, Anne and John McNulty Leadership Program; Lecturer, The Wharton School and the School of Social Policy and Practice, University of Pennsylvania

Gad Allon

Gad Allon, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Jeffrey A. Keswin Professor; Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions; Director, Jerome Fisher Program in Management & Technology, The Wharton School

Research Interests: Operations management and operations strategy

Lisa Aronson

Lisa AronsonSee Faculty Bio

Co-Lead Executive Coach

Leadership and Executive Coach

Quinn Bauriedel

Quinn BauriedelSee Faculty Bio

Speaker, Pig Iron Theatre Company

Brian Bushee

Brian Bushee, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Geoffrey T. Boisi Professor of Accounting, Senior Vice Dean of Teaching and Learning, The Wharton School

Research Interests: Corporate disclosure, institutional investors, stock market anomalies

Emile Feldman

Emilie Feldman, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Michael L. Tarnopol Professor; Professor of Management, The Wharton School

Research Interests: Corporate governance, corporate strategy, diversification, divestitures, firm scope, spinoffs, mergers and acquisitions

Anne Greenhalgh

Anne Greenhalgh, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Deputy Director, Wharton Leadership Program; Adjunct Professor of Management, The Wharton School

Mauro Guillen

Mauro Guillén, PhDSee Faculty Bio

William H. Wurster Professor of Multinational Management; Vice Dean, MBA Program for Executives, The Wharton School

Research Interests: Globalization, international political economy, multinational management

Raghuram Iyengar

Raghuram Iyengar, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Miers-Busch, W’1885 Professor; Professor of Marketing; Faculty Director of Innovation, Experiential Learning and Research Initiatives, Analytics at Wharton, The Wharton School

Research Interests: Pricing, social influence, social networks

Erika James

Erika James, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Dean; Reliance Professor of Management and Private Enterprise; Professor of Management, The Wharton School

Rodrigo Jordan

Rodrigo Jordan, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Senior Fellow, Center for Leadership and Change Management, The Wharton School; Executive Vice President, Vertical SA

John Kanengieter

John KanengieterSee Faculty Bio

Senior Fellow, Center for Leadership and Change Management, The Wharton School; Director, Kanengieter Consulting Group

Mary-Hunter McDonnell

Mary-Hunter McDonnell, JD, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Bantwal Family Goldman Sachs Presidential Associate Professor; Associate Professor of Management

Research Interests: Organizational theory (political sociology, institutional theory); nonmarket strategy; corporate governance; corporate misconduct and punishment

Samir Nurmohamed

Samir Nurmohamed, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Associate Professor of Management, The Wharton School

Research Interests: Adversity, motivation, behavioral ethics, resilience, storytelling, punishment, whistleblowing, cover-ups, socialization, onboarding, injustice, stereotypes, stigma

David Reibstein

David Reibstein, PhDSee Faculty Bio

William Stewart Woodside Professor; Professor of Marketing, The Wharton School

Research Interests: Brand equity, marketing metrics, competitive marketing strategies, product line strategy

Nancy Rothbard

Nancy Rothbard, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Deputy Dean; David Pottruck Professor; Professor of Management, The Wharton School

Research Interests: Emotion and identity, work motivation and engagement, work-life and career development

Richard G. Shell

G. Richard Shell, JDSee Faculty Bio

Thomas Gerrity Professor; Professor of Legal Studies & Business Ethics; Professor of Management, The Wharton School

Kenneth Shropshire

Kenneth Shropshire, JDSee Faculty Bio

David W. Hauck Professor Emeritus at the Wharton School; Professor Emeritus Legal Studies and Business Ethics and Africana Studies, University of Pennsylvania

Research Interests: Antitrust, contracts, negotiation and dispute resolution, the sports industry

Nicolaj Siggelkow

Nicolaj Siggelkow, PhDSee Faculty Bio

David M. Knott Professor; Professor of Management; Co-Director, Mack Institute for Innovation Management, The Wharton School

Research Interests: Competitive strategy, firms as systems of interconnected choices

Harbir Singh

Harbir Singh, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Mack Professor; Professor of Management; Co-Director, Mack Institute for Innovation Management; Wharton School Faculty Director for the Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business, The Wharton School

Research Interests: Corporate governance, corporate restructuring, management buyouts, strategies for corporate acquisitions

Prasanna Tambe

Prasanna Tambe, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Associate Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions, The Wharton School

Research Interests: Economics of IT labor, technological change, and labor markets

Christian Terwiesch

Christian Terwiesch, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Andrew M. Heller Professor; Department Chairperson and Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions; Co-Director, Mack Institute of Innovation Management, The Wharton School; Professor of Health Policy, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

Research Interests: Analyzing operational performance, innovation management, R&D management

Jim Thompson

James Thompson, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Adjunct Associate Professor, Management Department, The Wharton School; Adjunct Associate Professor at the School of Social Policy and Practice, University of Pennsylvania

Research Interests: Social entrepreneurship, building future markets, investment under conditions of high uncertainty

Jules Van Binsbergen

Jules van Binsbergen, PhDSee Faculty Bio

The Nippon Life Professor in Finance; Professor of Finance, The Wharton School

Research Interests: Asset pricing, institutional investors, investments

Ilene Wasserman

Ilene Wasserman, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Co-Lead Executive Coach

Lead Executive Coach; President, ICW Consulting Group

David Wessels

David Wessels, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Adjunct Professor of Finance, The Wharton School


I think about executive education at a senior level and how important it is, even in a later stage career…it was perfect for me. [AMP] is one of those things that rejuvenates you, it makes you think about what is next.”

Rosalind Brewer CEO, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc.

Wharton’s AMP was so paramount in really shifting my career and changing the trajectory. It truly takes leadership to another level.”

Tiffany Willis Vice President, Head of Investor Relations, Starbucks Corp.

The conversations we've had both in class as well as out of class have been really enlightening. The experience showed, the maturity showed, their industry knowledge and subject matter expertise showed, and we all learned from each other."

Vinu Thomas Chief Technology Officer, Presidio

It's finding myself before Wharton saying, "Okay, this is how I could contribute as a physician. This is how I could actually contribute to the health system." And now, that's transformed to, "This is how I could actually contribute to the health system as a global leader."

Jill Tiongco Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Montage Health

There's no doubt that this program is a major investment of time and money, but if you're looking to invest in yourself and looking to invest in your leadership skills and your career, then this is the program for you.”

Adam Perlow Chief Operating Officer, Northstar New Jersey Lottery Group

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As an entrepreneur, you can feel like you’re on an island. Leaders aren’t able to divulge or discuss everything with their team. AMP provides a strong network of leaders. In the six months since the program ended, I’ve reached out to participants for feedback and assistance and even added one of the participants to our advisory board, a bonus I was not expecting. You change, personally and professionally, and it doesn’t stop when the program is over.”

Rebecca Loranger President, Lakeside Project Solutions, LLC

Wharton’s AMP is not for executives who just want to tick the education box. You have to want to make a change in your career, either by stepping up to a higher level or going somewhere else. It opens your eyes to what is possible. If you go through the program and you’re not able to enact the kinds of changes you are inspired to lead, you will be frustrated. That is where I was, and AMP came at the right time for me.”

Martin Cass Managing Partner, LionsPride Partners

Lynn Flynn


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Mary Ho

(Hong Kong)

AMP was one of the most profound experiences of my life. The experience was analogous with peeling away the layers of an onion. This forced deep introspection (something that I hadn't done for a very long time), which created an unbelievable level of renewed self-awareness. For me the programme design helped surface the ‘real me.’ Whilst these onion layers were being peeled away I realized how outdated many of the tools that I used in business had become. Some needed replacing and others needed sharpening. Most importantly, in this exposed state, we developed meaningful friendships and an extended community that nurtured each of us, helping us rebuild ourselves. I left a far more complete and better human being than when I arrived."

Doug Leather REAP Consulting Ltd.

My experience at the AMP program has been the best educational experience I have ever had. I would never have imagined the impact that Wharton has made in my life, company, and within the security industry. In these difficult economic times, my company's business has been booming with new growth and I have no problems getting credit. I really believe that all of this has been because of Wharton. I put Wharton learning into action with my company, and that has been the key for me.”

Kent Moyer CEO/President, The World Protection Group, Inc.

When I joined Unilever Turkey, I was the only foreigner on the board. Wharton's Advanced Management Program focused on how to manage a transnational organization in a fast-moving environment. I did things I probably wouldn't have done before, like taking the high ground and staying there as long as possible. From the program, I have a personal toolkit that I refer to quite often.”

Philippe Barthen Unilever


What are the differences between the modular and five-week AMP?

The guiding philosophy, approach, and learning objectives of AMP are identical no matter which version you attend. You will be led and instructed by the same faculty and program directors, learn the same content, and be coached by the same team of Wharton-trained executive coaches.

The modular version consists of six sessions (two sessions on campus and four live online sessions) scheduled across multiple months. The modular design adds flexibility to the learning schedule and presents participants with the invaluable opportunity to put the learning into practice and share triumphs and challenges with other participants. To reinforce the learning and to absorb feedback, participants will receive 10 coaching sessions with a Wharton-trained executive coach.

The on-campus experience is five consecutive weeks in Philadelphia. For executives who wish to have a more immersive learning journey that can be completed in a single period of time, this format provides an opportunity to be away from your daily routine, in a supportive environment that reduces distractions. You will find yourself reinvigorated as the program challenges you to raise your leadership performance while surrounded by global peers who are also experiencing their own professional and personal breakthroughs. The on-campus AMP also includes five individual coaching sessions that happen during and after the program.

How is Wharton's AMP different from executive education programs at other business schools?

Wharton’s AMP is grounded in key components of peer mentoring, real-time context, and guided practice and reflection. While case studies come into play, learning is largely experiential and interactive.

  • Wharton’s AMP is exclusive and selective, with a small cohort size to maximize learning and camaraderie. The class size is large enough to foster diversity of vertical industries, disciplines, and cultures, but small enough to build strong relationships with all classmates. Other schools often have in excess of 100 participants per program session.
  • Wharton’s AMP includes case studies as part of the curriculum, but they're not the main focus. Wharton faculty members bring real-time, up-to-date information and trends into the sessions in order to spark discussions about future goals and the possibilities of tomorrow. Other programs rely primarily on historical case studies to educate and illustrate business practices.

What is included in the price? What forms of payment are accepted?

For the modular version of AMP, the price covers four sessions of synchronous online instruction with Wharton faculty, individual and group coaching sessions, plus additional integration and networking sessions managed by lead faculty. Tuition also includes three weeks of on-campus instruction, private accommodations, most meals, and all program materials.

For the fully on-campus session of AMP the price covers five consecutive weeks on the University of Pennsylvania campus in Philadelphia. The fee includes classroom lectures and experiential sessions, individual and group coaching, private accommodations, most meals, and all program materials.

If you are accepted into AMP, a $20,000 deposit is required to reserve your place. Payment in full — by check, wire transfer, or credit card — must be received at least 60 days before the program start date. A full refund will be issued if cancellation in writing is received 60 days prior to the start of the program. Otherwise, the $20,000 cancellation fee will apply.

Is there an application deadline for AMP?

Admissions are done on a rolling basis, so the earlier you submit your application the better.

It is best to apply at least three to six months in advance of the program date you wish to attend. This should ensure adequate timing for you to delegate your monthly tasks and provide an opportunity to guide and coach your colleagues before your departure. With sufficient time and planning, you will feel confident that everything will be in good hands during your absence.

Where is the program held?

For the modular session of AMP, the live online sessions will be conducted via Zoom. The on-campus weeks are held at the Steinberg Conference Center on the University of Pennsylvania campus in Philadelphia, PA. Participants live in residence and attend classes in the Steinberg Conference Center. It is surrounded by the culture, history, and vitality of the birthplace of the United States. The City of Philadelphia is renowned for its wealth of restaurants, theatre, sports venues, and entertainment.

Is attendance of each modular session within the full modular cohort mandatory?

Yes, attendance is mandatory for all six modules in the sequence provided in order to complete the program curriculum and to achieve Wharton alumni status.

Will I become a Wharton alumnus/alumna if I complete the program?

Upon completion of AMP, you will be granted Wharton alumni status.

You will be joining one of the largest business school alumni organizations in the world. With more than 99,000 members who live and work in more than 130 nations, the Wharton alumni network helps you stay informed through annual forums around the world.

Upon graduation, AMP graduates will receive a lifelong Wharton email address, as well as access to alumni communications.

I graduated from university several years ago. Do I need to brush up on my finance or business algorithms to attend?

AMP participants come from different professional and educational backgrounds, so the program starts with a quick immersion into key business components. This helps to build a common language before rapidly advancing to a higher, more sophisticated level.

The program has been carefully crafted to address the overarching knowledge and leadership needs of top executives, not undergraduate business majors or recent MBA graduates. We are preparing these senior leaders for their next challenge within their organizations or beyond, and that means becoming "ambidextrous" in business — seeing all perspectives and being equipped with a new global network and framework to draw upon.

How will I manage a five-week hiatus from my job?

Research and experience indicate that five intense weeks (Monday through Saturday) provide the right level of rigor and immersion for a senior management audience. While this is a significant time commitment, successful leaders are able to convert this time away into an opportunity that extends beyond the AMP experience itself. They delegate their daily and monthly tasks to others in their organization, preparing them for greater responsibility. When participants return to the office, they often choose to maintain the new delegation of duties to gain more time to implement the new practices and ideas gained at AMP.

Can my spouse or family attend?

During the last two days of each program, spouses, partners, or other guests are welcome to take part in the Partners' Program, which features selected AMP sessions and social activities. After extended absence, participants welcome this shared experience and find it greatly enhances and eases their return to their home and work environments.

I've been accepted to AMP, but I'm unable to attend. What should I do?

We are more than happy to reschedule your attendance for the next program date, or we can work with you to identify a more convenient session.

Please note these AMP transfer and cancellation policies:

Cancellation: Cancellations received more than 60 days prior to the program's start date are entitled to a full refund. Cancellations received less than 60 days to the program's start date will incur a charge of $20,000 (USD).

Transfer: Wharton will consider requests to transfer to another program that has a start date within one year of the date of the program. Requests to transfer received 60 days prior to the program's start date will not be charged; transfer requests received less than 60 days will incur a $5,000 (USD) administration fee.

Registrants are permitted a maximum of two transfers before forfeiting the entire tuition.

English isn't my native language and I don't work in an English-language environment. Can I still attend AMP?

All AMP candidates must be fluent in English to complete reading assignments and to actively engage in group discussions and activities. AMP is an intense program, and being able to fully communicate in English with your executive peers and Wharton faculty is an integral part of the experience.

If you have taken the Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) within the past two years, your score must be 800 or higher.

If you have less than one year's experience working in an English-speaking environment, or if you are unsure about your current level of English, please contact us immediately at We can better advise you then.

What other executive education programs does Wharton have for senior executives?

We have many Executive Education programs that enable business leaders to harness and exploit the speed of change that's happening across their industries, markets, economies, and other related aspects, at home and abroad. All are based on real-time business dynamics, economic challenges and opportunities, global trends, and market shifts.

Additions and refinements to the curriculum are constantly considered. We fully expect half of the programs we will offer in five years to be ones that have yet to be developed.

To see our current list of programs, please visit the Senior Leadership section on our Leadership Programs page.

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September 29 – November 1, 2024Philadelphia, PA$72,500

Modular: On Campus and Live OnlineMarch 17 – 26, 2025Philadelphia, PAandApril 16 – 19, 2025Live OnlineandMay 7 – 10, 2025Live OnlineandMay 28 – 31, 2025Live OnlineandJune 16 – 27, 2025Philadelphia, PA$72,500

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