This past Saturday, nearly 500 students from more than 20 countries gathered on the Harvard Business School (HBS) campus to meet their classmates from HBX online programs and visit the Harvard Business School campus, most for the first time.
Professors are experimenting with the same model in this live virtual classroom, with students from all over the world. Sixty monitors bring in students in real-time, from behind their own computers into this single space.
When I signed up for HBX CORe, Harvard Business School’s online-only cohort focused onbusiness fundamentals, I didn’t think much about community. After all, it was “just something I was taking online.” I couldn’t have been more wrong.
For nearly two years, HBX Disruptive Strategy with Clayton Christensen has empowered thousands of senior leaders from diverse industries to bring insight to their most complex challenges. With industry-high consumer ratings, Disruptive Strategy is driving impact all over the world.
Here are answers to some of the top questions we got from prospective HBX CORe students during our Facebook Q&A session last month, including the difference between the non-credit and for-credit versions of CORe, the application process, and financing options.