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US Executive Education Programs Market By Type (Open and Customized Programs), By Universities (Private and State), By Mode of Delivery (Business Schools, Online, Foreign Collaborations) - Outlook to 2022

US Executive Education Programs Market By Type (Open and Customized Programs), By Universities (Private and State), By Mode of Delivery (Business Schools, Online, Foreign Collaborations) - Outlook to 2022


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The report titled "US Executive Education Programs Market By Type (Open and Customized Programs), By Universities (Private and State), By Mode of Delivery (Business Schools, Online, Foreign Collaborations) - Outlook to 2022" provides a comprehensive analysis of executive education programs market in the US. The report provides information on US Executive Education Programs market size (by revenue, by number of enrollments, number of programs), market segments (by open & customized programs, by type of courses, by universities and by mode of deliveries), US online executive education market, and competitive landscape of major players in the US Executive Education Programs market. The report also provides trends and developments in the market, key issues and challenges in the market, government initiatives for executive education in the US, Entry barriers in US Executive Education Programs market, SWOT analysis of the market and covering competitive landscape of major institutions including Harvard Business School, The Wharton School, MIT Sloan School of Management, Stanford Graduate School of Business, UCLA Anderson School of Business, Columbia Business School, Kellogg School of Management, University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Stephen M. Ross School of Business and Baruch College. The report concludes with market projection for future and analyst recommendations highlighting the major opportunities and cautions.

US Executive Education Program Market
In terms of revenue, the executive education program market witnessed positive growth rate increasing from USD ~ million during 2014 to USD ~ million during 2017 at a CAGR of ~% during 2014-2017. The number of enrollments in the industry witnessed a steady growth rate on account of increasing working age population (age group 15-64) in the country. US Executive Education Programs market showcased that number of enrollment in the country increased over the years from ~ during 2014 to ~ during 2017 at a CAGR of ~% during 2014-2017.

US Executive Education Market Segmentation

By Customized and Open Program: Open programs include varied teaching methods such as case studies, simulations, role plays, closed group analyses, and applied learning projects, interspersed with lecture sessions on theory and practice. During 2017, open program segment accounted for ~% of the overall executive education market share. Institutions in the US offer exclusive custom-designed programmes, to address specific Executive Learning and Corporate Training as per the needs from individual organization. Under this format, courses are designed in collaboration with the client organization, and scheduled at a mutually convenient date and venue. In terms of revenue, the customized programs segment augmented positively from USD ~ million during 2014 to USD ~ million during 2017 at a CAGR of ~% during 2014-2017.

By Type of Courses: Finance and strategy accounted for ~% (~) of the total open executive education programs during 2017. Finance and strategy programs include measuring, analyzing, and driving corporate performance, linking strategy to finance and the new role of a CFO, master the essentials of corporate financial management, understand state's economic performance, national income and global business environment. Women and Leadership programs accounted for ~% (~) of the total programs in the US open executive education market. Women and leadership program includes strategy, negotiation, communication and leadership, as women pertain to the highest level of an organization. Marketing and SCM followed Women and Leadership courses in the open executive education market in US, accounting for ~% (~) of the total share during 2017.

By Universities: It has been witnessed that during 2017 the private institutions and players contributed ~% (USD ~ million) to the total revenue generated by customized executive education market. The Executive Education Market is a brand driven market and for this reason customers have preferred the branded certifications which would aid them in the career development. In terms of revenue from customized executive programs, State universities in US followed private universities during 2017, accounting for ~% (USD ~ million) of the overall market revenue.

By Mode of Delivery: Business schools and universities have dominated the US open executive education market on the basis of number of courses, accounting for ~% (~) of the total number of courses during 2017. In terms of mode of delivery, online executive programs incorporated ~% (~) of the overall market share during 2017. Foreign collaboration followed online as mode of delivery in terms of number of programs, accounting for ~% (~) of the total number of programs during 2017.

By Time Duration: The short term (0-2 days) programs dominated the US Executive Education Programs market in terms of number of open enrollment programs during 2017. Medium term courses followed short term courses in terms of number of programs in the US Executive Education Programs market during 2017, accounting for ~% (~) of the total market share. Long term courses accounted for ~% (~) of the overall market share during 2017.

Competitive Landscape of Major Players in US Executive Education Market
In terms of revenue, HBS is the market leader in the US Executive Education Programs market which accounted for ~% of the overall market revenue during 2017. Wharton School of Business followed HBS in terms of revenue from open executive education programs accounting for ~% of the overall market share. Wharton School of Business conducted ~ open executive education programs for around ~ enrollees. MIT Sloan accounted for ~% of the overall revenues from open enrollment programs during 2017. MIT Sloan conducted ~ executive education programs during 2017. Baruch College dominated the open enrollment segment in terms of number of programs during 2017 by ~% and ~% of the overall market share respectively. Other leading players in the US Executive Education Programs market are Stanford Graduate School of Business, Kellogg School of Management, Columbia Business School, UCLA Anderson School of Business, Stephen M. Ross School of Management and Baruch College.

US Online Executive Education: The online executive education segment has been trending in the US in recent years. In the online market, the companies and private players act as intermediaries that tie-up with institutions and B-schools who provide online executive education. These intermediaries provide facilities and access for online programs such as flexible schedules, accommodation if needed, class rooms and others. Online education is advantageous as subscribers can take repeated lectures on the request which is not possible in the case of the in-campus or the offline courses. Over the years, foreign players have increased their presence in the US market with increasing alliances with institutions and universities.

Future Outlook to US Executive Education Market
The US Executive Education Programs market is anticipated to grow from USD ~ million during 2017 to USD ~ million during 2022 at a CAGR of ~% during 2017-2022. The degree programs in the US are very costly which will result in shift from masters' degree to executive education programs. It has been anticipated that population of graduates in the US will increase from ~ million during 2017 to ~ million during 2022 which will increase the number of candidates eligible and interested for executive education programs in the US.

Key Topics Covered in the Report

  • US Executive Education Programs market Overview and Genesis
  • US Executive Education Programs market Size, 2014 - 2017
  • US Executive Education Programs market Segmentation by open and customized, by type of courses, by universities, by mode of delivery and by time duration
  • Trends And Development In US Executive Education Programs market
  • Issues and challenges in US Executive Education market
  • Entry Barriers and SWOT Analysis for US Executive Education Programs market
  • Market Share and Competitive Profile of Major Players in US Executive Education Programs market
  • US Executive Education Programs market Future Outlook and Projections
  • Analyst Recommendations


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1. Executive Summary
The US Executive Education Programs Market Overview
The US Executive Education Programs Market Size
The US Executive Education Programs Market Segmentation
Competitive Scenario in the US Executive Education Programs Market
The US Online Executive Education Programs
Future Outlook of the US Executive Education Programs Market
2. Appendix
2.1. Market Definitions
2.2. Abbreviations
2.3. Market Size and Modeling
Research Methodology
Approach - Market Sizing
Variables (Dependent and Independent)
Multi-factor based Sensitivity Model
Regression Matrix
Limitations
3. The US Executive Education Programs Market Introduction
4. The US Executive Education Programs Market Size, 2014-2017
4.1. The US Executive Education Programs Market Size By Revenues, 2014-2017
4.2. The US Executive Education Programs Market Size by Number of Enrollments, 2014-2017
4.3. The US Executive Education Programs Market Size By Number of Programs, 2014-2017
5. The US Executive Education Programs Market Segmentation
5.1. By Open and Customized Programs, 2014-2017
5.2. By Type of Courses, 2017
5.3. By Universities: Private & State Universities, 2017
5.4. By Mode of Delivery, 2017
5.5. By Time Duration, 2017
6. How Does the US Executive Education Programs Market Work?
6.1. Business Models
Platform Model
Proprietary Model
7. The US Online Executive Education Programs Market
8. Competitive Landscape of Major Technology Enablers in the US Online Executive Education Programs Market
9. Target Profile of the US Executive Education Programs Market
9.1. Satisfaction Level, 2017
9.2. Pitching Executive Education Programs, 2017
9.3. Levels of Recruitment, 2017
10. Trends and Developments in the US Executive Education Programs Market
10.1. Increasing Popularity for Executive Education Programs in the US
10.2. Inclination Towards Executive Education Programs
10.3. Dynamic Service Sector Economy
10.4. Education Anytime and Anywhere
11. Issues and Challenges in the US Executive Education Programs Market
11.1. Higher Value of Degree Programs
11.2. Less Programs for Fresher's and Entry Level Professionals
11.3. High Number of Open Programs
11.4. Fewer Enrollees For Online Executive Programs
11.5. Digital Revolution
12. Government Initiatives For the US Executive Education Programs Market
13. Entry Barriers in The US Executive Education Programs Market
14. Methods to Pursue Marketing for Executive Education Programs in the US by institutions and Universities
15. SWOT Analysis of the US Executive Education Programs Market
16. Decision Making Parameters in the US Executive Education Programs Market
17. Market Share of Major Players in the US Executive Education Programs Market
18. Competitive Landscape of the US Executive Education Programs Market
19. Competitive Landscape of Major Players in the US Executive Education Programs Market
19.1. Harvard Business School
19.2. The Wharton School
19.3. MIT Sloan School of Management
19.4. Stanford Graduate School of Business
19.5. UCLA Anderson School of Business
19.6. Columbia Business School
19.7. Kellogg School of Management
19.8. University of Chicago Booth School of Business
19.9. Stephen M. Ross School of Business
19.10. Baruch College
20. Future Analysis of the US Executive Education Programs Market, 2017-2022
20.1. By Revenues, 2017-2022
20.2. By Programs, 2022
20.3. By Universities, 2022
20.4. Future Trends in the US Executive Education Programs Market
20.5. Analyst Recommendations
21. Macroeconomic Factors of the US Executive Education Programs Market
21.1. Government Spending on Higher Education, 2011-2022
21.2. Number of Higher Education Institutions, 2011-2022
21.3. Number of Enrollments in Higher Education, 2011-2022
21.4. Number of Graduates in the US, 2011-2022
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Figure 3-1: Employment Level in the US in Millions, 2011-2016
Figure 4-1: The US Executive Education Programs Market Size on the basis of Revenue in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2014-2017
Figure 4-2: The US Executive Education Programs Market Size on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Thousand and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2014-2017
Figure 4-3: The US Executive Education Programs Market Size by Number of Courses and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2014-2017
Figure 5-1: The US Executive Education Programs Market Segmentation by Open and Customized Program on the Basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2017
Figure 5-2: The US Executive Education Programs Market Segmentation by Open and Customized Program on the Basis of Number of Enrollments in Percentage (%), 2017
Figure 5-3: The US Executive Education Programs Market Segmentation by Open and Customized Program on the Basis of Courses in Percentage (%), 2014-2017
Figure 5-4: The US Executive Education Programs Market Segmentation on the basis of Universities (Private and State) by Revenue in Percentage (%), 2017
Figure 5-5: The US Open Executive Education Programs Market Segmentation by Mode of Delivery (Business School, Online and Foreign Collaboration) on the basis of Number of Programs in Percentage (%), 2017
Figure 5-6: The US Open Executive Education Programs Market by Time Duration (Short Term, Medium Term and Long Term) on the Basis of Number of Programs in Percentage(%), 2017
Figure 6-1: Platform Model of the US Executive Education Programs
Figure 9-1: Target Profile of the US Executive Education Programs Market on the Basis of Satisfaction Level (Very Good, Good, Satisfactory, Poor and Very Poor) in Percentage (%), 2017
Figure 9-2: Target Profile of the US Executive Education Programs Market by Pitching Executive Education Programs in Corporate (Board, Senior Management, Middle Management, Junior Management) in Percentage (%), 2017
Figure 9-3: Target Profile of the US Executive Education Programs Market by Levels of Recruitment (High School Graduate, Vocational Qualification, Undergraduate Degree and Postgraduate Degree) in Percentage (%), 2017
Figure 10-1: Internet Penetration in the US in Percentage (%), 2011-2016
Figure 10-2: Smartphone Penetration in the US in Millions, 2011-2016
Figure 17-1: Market Share of Major Players in the US Executive Education Programs Market on the Basis of Revenue from Open Enrollment Programs in Percentage (%), 2017
Figure 17-2: Market Share of Major Players in the US Executive Education Programs Market on the Basis of Enrollments in Open Executive Education Programs in Percentage (%), 2017
Figure 17-3: Market Share of Major Players in the US Executive Education Programs Market on the Basis of Number of Programs in Open Executive Education Programs in Percentage (%), 2017
Figure 19-1: Financial Performance of Harvard Business School on the basis of Revenue from Executive Education Programs in USD Million, FY'2012-FY'2017E
Figure 19-2: Financial Performance of Harvard Business School by Number of Enrollments in the Executive Education Programs, FY'2012-FY'2017E
Figure 19-3: Financial Performance of Harvard Business School on the basis of Revenue from Major Segment in Percentage (%), 2016
Figure 19-4: Financial Performance of MIT Sloan School of Management on the Basis of Enrollment from Different Geographical Regions in Percentage (%), 2017
Figure 20-1: Future Projections of the US Executive Education Programs Market on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2017-2022
Figure 20-2: Future Projections for the US Executive Education Programs Market by Programs (Customized and Open) on the basis of Revenues in Percentage (%), 2022
Figure 20-3: Future Outlook of the US Executive Education Programs Market by Universities (Private and State) on the basis of Revenue from Custom Programs in Percentage (%), 2022
Figure 21-1: Government Spending on Higher Education in the US in USD Billion, 2011-2022E
Figure 21-2: Number of Higher Education Institutes in the US, 2011-2022
Figure 21-3: Number of Enrollments in Higher Education in the US in Million, 2011-2022
Figure 21-4: Number of Graduates in the US in Million, 2011-2022

Table 2-1: Correlation Matrix of the US Executive Education Programs Market
Table 2-2: Regression Coefficient Output for US Executive Education Programs Market
Table 3-1: The US Executive Education Programs Market Introduction on Various Parameters Including Inception & Overview, Major Players & Programs, Executive Education Programs and Growth Drivers
Table 3-2: Employment in the US Including Enterprise Employment Size, Number of Firms, Number of Establishments and Employment in Thousands
Table 4-1: Rationale and Description of the US Executive Education Programs Market Size on the basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2014-2017
Table 4-2: Rationale and Description of US Executive Education Programs Market Size on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2014-2017
Table 4-3: Rationale and Description of the US Executive Education Programs Market Size by Number of Courses, 2014-2017
Table 5-1: Rationale and Description of the US Executive Education Programs Market Segmentation by Customized and Open Program on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million & Number of Enrollments and Courses, 2014-2017
Table 5-2: The US Executive Education Programs Market Segmentation by Customized and Open Program on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2014-2017
Table 5-3: The US Executive Education Programs Market Segmentation by Customized and Open Program on the Basis of Number of Enrollments, 2014-2017
Table 5-4: The US Executive Education Programs Market Segmentation by Customized and Open Program on the Basis of Courses, 2014-2017
Table 5-5: Description of Open and Customized Programs on Parameters Including Number of Programs Offered, Major Universities, Major programs, Average Batch Size, Average Fees, Focus, Target Audience, Marketing, Curriculum and Benefits
Table 5-6: Rationale and Description of the US Open Executive Education Programs Market Segmentation on the basis of Type of Courses (Women and Leadership, Finance and Strategy, Marketing & SCM and Others) by Number of Programs, 2017
Table 5-7: The US Open Executive Education Programs Market Segmentation on the basis of Type of Courses (Women and Leadership, Finance and Strategy, Marketing & SCM and Others) by Number of Programs in Percentage (%), 2017
Table 5-8: Rationale and Description of the US Executive Education Programs Market Segmentation on the basis of Universities (Private and State) by Revenue in USD Million, 2017
Table 5-9: Rationale and Description of the US Open Executive Education Programs Market Segmentation by Mode of Delivery (Business School, Online and Foreign Collaboration) on the basis of Number of Programs, 2017
Table 5-10: Rationale and Description of the US Open Executive Education Programs Market by Time Duration (Short Term, Medium Term and Long Term) on the Basis of Number of Programs, 2017
Table 7-1: Description of the US Online Executive Education Programs Market on the basis of Parameters Including Overview, Growth Drivers, Institutions and Courses and Future
Table 8-1: Competitive Landscape of Major Technology Enablers in the US Online Executive Education Programs Market
Table 12-1: Description of Government Initiatives for the US Executive Education Programs Market
Table 13-1: Description of the Entry Barriers in the US Executive Education Programs Market
Table 13-2: Description of Pre-Requisites to Enter the US Executive Education Programs Market
Table 14-1: Description of Marketing Techniques by Institutions in the US Executive Education Programs Market
Table 15-1: SWOT Analysis of the US Executive Education Programs Market
Table 16-1: Rationale and Description of Decision Making Parameters for Companies in the US Executive Education Programs
Table 16-2: Rationale and Description of Decision Making Parameters for Individuals in the US Executive Education Programs Market
Table 17-1: Description of Market Share of Major Players in the US Executive Education Programs Market on the Basis of Revenue from Open Enrollment Programs, 2017
Table 17-2: Market Share of Major Players in the US Executive Education Programs Market on the Basis of Revenue from Open Enrollment Programs in USD Million, 2017
Table 17-3: Market Share of Major Players in the US Executive Education Programs Market on the Basis of Enrollments in Open Executive Education Programs, 2017
Table 17-4: Market Share of Major Players in the US Executive Education Programs Market on the Basis of Number of Programs in Open Executive Education Programs, 2017
Table 18-1: Competitive Landscape of Major Players in the US Executive Education Programs Market on Parameters Including Number of Open Enrollment Programs, Average Batch Size, Enrollment in Open Programs, Average Fee of One Open Program and Revenue from Open Programs, 2017
Table 19-1: Competitive Landscape of Harvard Business School Including Overview, Strategy, USP, Recent Developments, Number of Programs, Mode of Delivery, Average Fee of Open Program, Average Enrollment in Customized Program, Average Enrollment in Open Programs and Others, 2017
Table 19-2: Competitive Landscape of the Wharton School Overview, Strategy, USP, Major Clients, Programs, Number of Programs, Mode of Delivery, Average Fee of Open Program, Average Enrollment in Open Program, Time Duration and Others, 2017
Table 19-3: Competitive Landscape of MIT Sloan School of Management Including Overview, Strategy, USP, Major Job Functions, Number of Executive Education Programs Conducted, Mode of Delivery, Average Fee of Open Program, Total Enrollment in Executive Education Programs and Others, 2017
Table 19-4: Financial Performance of MIT Sloan School of Management by Major Job Functions of Enrollees in Percentage (%), 2017
Table 19-5: Financial Performance of MIT Sloan School of Management by Enrollees from Industries in Percentage (%), 2017
Table 19-6: Competitive Landscape of Stanford Graduate School of Business Including Overview, USP, Recent Developments, Number of Courses, Mode of Delivery, Average Fee of Open Programs, Enrollment in Executive Education Programs, Enrollment in Online Executive Education Programs and Time Duration, 2017
Table 19-7: Competitive Landscape of UCLA Anderson School of Business Including Overview, USP, Recent Developments, Number of Courses, Mode of Delivery, Average Fee of Open Programs, Enrollment in Executive Education Programs and Time Duration, 2017
Table 19-8: Competitive Landscape of Columbia Business School Including Overview, USP, Recent Developments, Number of Courses, Mode of Delivery, Average Fee of Open Programs, Enrollment in Executive Education Programs and Time Duration, 2017
Table 19-9: Competitive Landscape of Northwestern Kellogg School of Management Including Overview, USP, Recent Developments, Number of Open Programs, Mode of Delivery, Average Fee of Open Programs, Average Enrollment in Open Programs, Enrollment in Executive Education Programs and Time Duration, 2017
Table 19-10: Competitive Landscape of University of Chicago booth School of Business Including Overview, USP, Recent Developments, Number of Open Programs, Mode of Delivery, Average Fee of Open Programs, Enrollment in Open Executive Education Programs and Time Duration, 2017
Table 19-11: Competitive Landscape of Stephen Michigan Ross School of Business Including Overview, USP, Recent Developments, Number of Open Programs, Mode of Delivery, Average Fee of Open Programs, Average Enrollment in Open Program and Time Duration, 2017
Table 19-12: Competitive Landscape of Baruch College Including Overview, Recent Developments, Number of Open Programs, Mode of Delivery, Average Fee of Open Programs, Average Enrollment in Open Programs, Enrollment in Open Executive Education Programs and Time Duration, 2017
Table 20-1: Rationale and Description for Future Outlook of the US Executive Education Programs Market on the basis of Revenue, 2017-2022
Table 20-2: Rationale and Description of the Future Outlook of the US Executive Education Programs Market by Programs (Customized and Open) on the basis of Revenues in USD Million, 2022
Table 20-3: Rationale and Description for Future Outlook of the US Executive Education Programs Market by Universities (Private and State) on the basis of Revenue from Custom Programs in USD Million, 2022
Table 20-4: Description of Future Trends in the US Executive Execution Market
Table 20-5: Analyst Recommendations for the US Executive Education Programs Market
Table 21-1: Description of Government Spending on Higher Education in the US in USD Billion, 2011-2022
Table 21-2: Description of Number of Higher Education Institutes in the US, 2011-2022
Table 21-3: Description of Number of Enrollments in Higher Education in the US in Million, 2011-2022
Table 21-4: Rationale and Description of the Number of Graduates in the US in Million, 2011-2022

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