What’s Different About An Executive MBA

Whereas traditional MBA programs are targeted toward those with five years to seven years of business experience, the Executive MBA is designed for successful, experienced business professionals seeking to take their performance to the next level.

The EMBA goes beyond the functional skills and knowledge. It is taught from the executive perspective – concurrently processing the complexities of leadership, vision, strategy, innovation, management, and integration across all functional areas.

EMBA’s are created to enhance your existing career.

EMBAs are ideal for the working professional who wants to furtheir skills and education while still working full-time on their careers.


Programs are convenient, flexible, and usually allow for graduation in less than two years while still employed.

Students tend to be mid-career professionals looking to enhance business acumen and elevate their performance to the next level.

EMBAs are an ideal way to increase responsibility and compensation within a company.

74% of EMBA graduates planned on continuing to work for their current employers.


Even better, some employers will pay promising candidates to pursue teir EMBA on the company’s dime. 25.9% of EMBA students received full financial support from employers in 2012.

EMBAs have an increased focus on applied learning that can benefit students immediately. It can improve working relations, productivity, and management at your job. It can also inject new ideas and innovative perspectives into your organization. It can transfer the principles learned in class to the workplace. It can also help you gain real-time return on investment from the program.

And most importantly it can bring questions and problems back to the classroom for interactive learning.