- What is the difference between the Executive MBA program and the regular MBA Program?
- What degree do graduates receive at the end of the program?
- What are the criteria for admission?
- How many years of work experience are required?
- What is the average class size?
- Who are the students in the program?
The Executive MBA is designed for professionals who have a minimum of five years of work experience and who want to earn an MBA without disrupting their careers. The program is delivered on a one-day-per-week basis. The EMBA program focuses on the cohort experience in an environment where students learn as much from their peers as they do from their professors. The EMBA format also means that all administrative duties are taken care of for our students.
A Master’s of Business Administration.
- An undergraduate degree (a small number of applicants may be accepted without an undergraduate degree, provided they meet other requirements)
- A minimum of five years' full-time work experience
- Satisfactory performance on the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT)
- GMAT is waived for candidates who hold an undergraduate degree (from recognized institutions) with a GPA of 3.0 or greater. The GMAT is also waived for candidates who hold a Masters degree or a PhD.
- No TOEFL is required for the EMBA Program.
A minimum of five years of work experience is required for admission to the EMBA program.
Class size varies between 25 and 30 students.
EMBA students are professionals from a broad range of industries. They have an average of 15 years of work experience, are in their late 30s, and are enrolled in the EMBA program to broaden their perspectives and advance their careers.