198 Executive MBA Programs

See also: Global MBA, International MBA, Full time MBA, Online MBA, Part time MBA, Weekend MBA, Flex MBA, Evening MBA, and Accelerated MBA.

check_box_outline_blank

Executive MBA

Logo Loyola University Chicago Quinlan School of Business

Harness the power of your experience. The business world is constantly evolving. And in today's competitive environment, you need a degree …

check_box_outline_blank

Executive MBA

Logo University of Toledo College of Business and Innovation

Because your time is valuable - - and so is your education - - our distinctive 12-month program meets on-campus just one weekend per month …

check_box_outline_blank

Leadership Executive MBA

Logo Albers School of Business and Economics

How to Apply The following items are required for application to the Leadership Executive Master of Business Administration program and sho…

check_box_outline_blank

Executive MBA

Logo University of South Florida College of Business

he Executive MBA is the consummate business degree in terms of maximizing your potential in today’s competitive business environment. Since…

check_box_outline_blank

Weekend MBA

Logo Duke University's Fuqua School of Business

Students in the Weekend Executive program earn a top-tier MBA while retaining their jobs, staying on career trajectories, and enhancing the…

check_box_outline_blank

Executive MBA 20-Month Program

Logo Erivan K. Haub School of Business

The 20-month executive MBA (EMBA) program is designed for professionals with at least five years of experience who need MBA credentials to …

check_box_outline_blank

Executive MBA Program - Dallas

Logo Hankamer School of Business

Designed for the mid-career professional, the Baylor Executive MBA Program in Dallas is rigorous and relevant. We produce business leaders …

check_box_outline_blank

Hybrid Executive MBA Program

Logo George Mason University School of Management

To succeed in today’s global marketplace, you need a diverse skillset, broader insights, and the confidence that comes from knowing you are…

check_box_outline_blank

Executive MBA

Logo Boston University School of Management

Boston University’s Executive MBA program (EMBA) is designed for mid-to-senior level managers with 10+ years of professional experience. Th…

check_box_outline_blank

Executive MBA

Logo David Eccles School of Business

You've already achieved considerable success in your career - so why pursue more education now? The EMBA program at the David Eccles School…

check_box_outline_blank

Young Executive Master of Business Administration (YEMBA)

Logo Azusa Pacific University School of Business and Management

Maximize your marketability with this accelerated MBA program that blends relevant coursework, internships, and international travel —all d…

check_box_outline_blank

MBA Program

Logo Marquette University College of Business Administration

Marquette’s MBA program is academically rigorous and responsive to the demands of the workplace. Our program is flexible, intense and focus…

check_box_outline_blank

Executive MBA

Logo Mays Business School

The Executive MBA Program from Mays Business School at Texas A&M University is a rigorous educational program designed for qualified busine…

check_box_outline_blank

Executive MBA

Logo Simon Graduate School of Business

As one of the very first business schools in the world to offer an MBA program for working executives, the Simon School has established a s…

check_box_outline_blank

Online Executive MBA Program

Logo Jesse H. Jones School of Business

Thank you for your interest in our Online Executive MBA Program. The Jesse H. Jones School of Business strives to provide a program that of…

Let us help you choosing the right course

Executive MBA (EMBA)

Executive MBA (EMBA) programs - sometimes called Flex MBAs - are developed to meet the needs of managers and executives that are working fulltime or want to earn a business-related graduate degree in two years or less. It is designed for people in managerial positions who want to spice up their knowledge and improve their executive skills while applying it in practice.

Their background is not only business-related - they come from every type and size of organization - from profit to non-profit and government. They represent a variety of industries. Compared to a "normal" MBA, students of an Executive MBA need to have more work experience. The programs typically require five or more years of management experience. Classes often meet on evenings and weekends so that they don't interfere with the students business duties.

Advantages of an Executive MBA

An EMBA Complements Job skills

You don't have to wait years to implement your fresh knowledge in a practical way. You can implement the things you learn on Saturday, the next Monday. In this way your EMBA will complement your job skills directly.

An EMBA doesn't interrupt your career

Because classes will be hold at weekend and evenings, your workweek won't be interrupted. This way your education won't stand in the way of your carreer opportunities.

An EMBA is Shorter than a Full-Time MBA

An EMBA is normally shorter than a Full-Time MBA. Students usually earn their degree in two years or less.

Students don't have to relocate

EMBA students usally don't have to relocate. This allows them to travel virtually everywhere they'd like to go.

Disadvantages of an Executive MBA

EMBA programs require a high level of commitment from the students, their relatives and employers

Most students work 80 to 100 hours a week on their jobs and EMBA.

Students generally can not take part in career services activities

Often, to avoid a conflict of interest, students cannot take part in career services when they are sponsored by a company.

EMBAs are generally more expensive than Full-Time MBAs

Despite of the shorter length of an EMBA, the fees are often higher on a yearly basis.