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Executive MBA Degree

Designed for working professionals with five or more years of managerial experience, the EMBA program consists of 10 courses, delivered over one year. 

Courses
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)

One Year Commitment

The one-year commitment begins in the summer, continues in the fall and ends in the spring.
Each semester, classes meet every other Saturday for eight weeks. The other half of your coursework is done online.

Summer Courses
Managerial Applications of Accounting Information (ACCT 6220)
Information Resource Management (INFO 6250)

Fall Courses
Economics of Decision Making (ECON 6080)
Financial Valuation: Models and Applications (FINA 6630)
Marketing Management (MKTG 6150)
Managing People (MNGT 6150)

Spring Courses
Managing Human Resources for a Competitive Advantage (MNGT 6120)
Change or Else (MNGT 6130)
Managing Communications & Negotiations (MKTG 6970)
Synergistic Organizational Strategy (MNGT 6800)

Saturday Class Schedule 
Breakfast: 8 - 8:30 a.m. 
Morning class
: 8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Lunch and Guest Speaker: 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Afternoon class: 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Class meetings are supplemented with distance learning assignments, readings, cases and topic discussions.

EMBA Class Meeting Schedule
Summer 2015
8 weeks:
June 13 and June 27; July 11 and July 25

Fall 2015
First 8 weeks:
August 29; September 12 and September 26; October 10 

Second 8 weeks:
October 17 and October 31; November 14 and November 28

Spring 2016
First 8 weeks:
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Second 8 weeks:
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    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 jtaylor5@aum.eduFor more information call Jennifer Taylor at 334-244-3587.