The College of Business and Innovation offers an innovative Executive M.B.A. (E.M.B.A.) program for executives of mid-sized and growing firms. The program curriculum is designed to enhance the ability of managers to manage the change and growth common in today’s competitive environment. To accomplish this, participants in the program take courses built around three major integrative themes – entrepreneurship, e-business, and competition in a global marketplace.
The E.M.B.A. program is designed with experienced managers in mind and is tailored to fit their schedules. Through the use of a structured approach, executives are able to pursue an M.B.A. with their peers at a level and pace appropriate to their business experience.
Admission to Executive Master of Business Administration (E.M.B.A.) Program
The E.M.B.A. program is designed for executives and professionals with a minimum of three to five years of management or professional experience. The E.M.B.A. Admissions Committee seeks candidates with proven leadership potential. The following documents are required for admission to the program:
- Official transcripts from each post-secondary institution attended.
- A current resume to allow the Admissions Committee the opportunity to assess the individual’s work experience.
- A statement of purpose.
- Two letters of recommendation from individuals who know the applicant in a professional capacity.
All applicants to the E.M.B.A. program are also required to interview with the Admissions Committee. The interview will take place once the application for admission has been completed. Applications for admission are considered on a rolling basis for fall entry only. Final admissions decisions will be withheld until the application for admission is complete. No materials submitted to the University will be returned to the applicant.
|EMBA 5500||Analytic Foundation For Executives||3|
|EMBA 6100||Global Competitive Challenge||3|
|EMBA 6200||Personal Strategic Planning And Entrepreneurship||3|
|EMBA 6140||Accounting And Financial Foundations For Executives||3|
|EMBA 6220||Accounting Systems For Operational And Strategic Management||3|
|EMBA 6230||Market-Driven Analysis And Strategy||3|
|EMBA 6250||Leadership And Performance Management||3|
|EMBA 6290||Strategic Management In A Global Environment||3|
|EMBA 6300||Global Technology Management||3|
|EMBA 6310||Managing Global Supply Chains||3|
|EMBA 6470||Global/E-Business Field Trip||2|
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|Special Topics in Business (Varies)|
Communication -- Develop the ability to effectively commnicate
Decision Making -- Develop the ability to critically assess issues and develop sound, responsible, ethical and creative solutions
Leadership -- Develop the skills necessary for creating a high-performance, innovative, and results-based organization
Global -- Equip students to be effective in a global environment and have an understanding of global business issues nd their impact on the organization and society.