Designed for working professionals with five or more years of managerial experience, the EMBA program consists of 10 courses, delivered over one year.
Executive MBA Degree
Managerial Applications of Accounting Information (ACCT 6220)
Information Resource Management (INFO 6250)
Economics of Decision Making (ECON 6080)
Financial Valuation: Models and Applications (FINA 6630)
Marketing Management (MKTG 6150)
Managing People (MNGT 6150)
Managing Human Resources for a Competitive Advantage (MNGT 6120)
Change or Else (MNGT 6130)
Managing Communications & Negotiations (MKTG 6970)
Synergistic Organizational Strategy (MNGT 6800)
Five Years Experience
Eligible candidates must have an undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university and at least five years of professional work experience. In almost all cases, years of professional work experience are counted from the date of earning an undergraduate degree. Since the EMBA screening committee uses your resume to identify eligible candidates, resumes submitted need to contain dates degrees were awarded in addition to dates of employment. Eligible candidates must also submit transcripts that verify degrees earned and show grades in coursework. Grades in coursework may also be considered in the decision process for acceptance into the EMBA program. An advantage of entering the EMBA program compared to the MBA program is that acceptance into the EMBA program gives a waiver of both the GMAT test score and all eleven basic program mini-courses.
One Year Commitment
A one-year commitment starts in the summer, continues in the fall, and ends in the spring.
The summer has a single eight-week session. Fall and spring have two eight-week sessions.
Each eight week session requires four class meetings.
Class meetings are on Saturdays in Clement Hall Room 215 at the following times:
8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Breakfast
8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Morning class
11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Lunch and possible guest speaker
12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Afternoon class
The class meetings are supplemented with online readings, cases, and topic discussions.
Summer 2015 Commitment
Morning class is Information Resource Management, INFO 6250, with Dr. Zack Jourdan
Afternoon class is Managerial Applications of Accounting Information, ACCT 6220, with Dr. Jan Heier
Class meetings on June 13, June 27, July 11, and July 25
Fall 2015 Commitment
Morning: Financial Valuation: Models and Applications, FINA 6630, with Dr. Tewhan Hahn
Afternoon: Managing Communications and Negotiations, MKTG 6970, Dr. Venessa Funches
Class meetings on August 29, September 12, September 26, and October 10
Morning: Managing People, MNGT 6150, with Dr. Jane Goodson
Afternoon: Managing Human Resources for a Competitive Advantage, MNGT 6120, with Dr. Ed Arnold
Class meetings on October 17, October 31, November 14, and December 5
Spring 2016 Commitment
Morning: Economics of Decision Making, ECON 6080, with Dr. Evan Moore and Dr. Mariano Runco
Afternoon: Marketing Management, MKTG 6150, with Dr. Venessa Funches
Class meetings to be announced
Morning: Change or Else, MNGT 6130, with Dr. Roger Ritvo
Afternoon: Synergistic Organizational Strategy, MNGT 6800, with Dr. Kevin Banning
Class meetings to be announced
Total Cost $20,000
The total cost, including tuition and fees, for the EMBA is $20,000.
Summer Semester tuition is $5,000
Fall Semester tuition is $7,500
Spring Semester tuition is $7,500
Admission requirements and application deadlines
Eligible candidates must have an undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university and five or more years of professional work experience. The screening committee considers your academic record and resume in determining your acceptance. The GMAT is not required for admission into the EMBA program. Each year the application deadline for the next cohort is May 1. Apply now by submitting your resume via email to Jennifer Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information call Jennifer Taylor at 334-244-3587.