An executive MBA, or EMBA, is a graduate level business degree. An executive MBA program is a lot like a regular MBA program. The main difference is that an executive MBA program is primarily designed to educate working executives, managers, entrepreneurs, and other business leaders.
A Master of Business Administration (MBA) is presented to graduates upon completion of two years of advanced and specialized study covering topics such as business, management, finance, and accounting. Earning an MBA can give graduates a competitive edge over other job applicants in an aggressive job market.
The USA remains the world’s most popular destination for international students. Universities in the US dominate the world rankings and the country also offers a wide variety of exciting study locations. State university systems are partially subsidized by state governments, and may have many campuses spread around the state, with hundreds of thousands of students.
The State of Illinois ranks as the fifth most populous state in the U.S. Nicknamed as the Land of Lincoln the state is highly prosperous hosting a large number of industries, attractions and sites. Besides being home to one of the world’s busiest airports, the state has numerous institutions highly ranked worldwide. The University of Chicago, ranks among the top 10 in the world.
The University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business
Business leaders need more than just technical skills; they need the capacity, courage, perspective, and character to be effective, strategic leaders. The Notre Dame Exec
Business leaders need more than just technical skills; they need the capacity, courage, perspective, and character to be effective, strategic leaders. The Notre Dame Executive MBA program ranked 15th worldwide by both The Economist and Bloomberg Businessweek, teaches business leaders to understand the big picture and drive success in the workplace. They develop their executive perspective, establish a powerful network, and learn to become authentic leaders respected by those around them.
Make an impact
From the relationships, they build with other students to the expertise of the faculty, hear how Notre Dame's values-based curriculum helps Executive MBA students and alumni make a difference for their organization and in the world, as well....
You'll focus on generating, analyzing, comparing and refining ideas. Making them better. And better yet. Why? Because there are no pat answers or simple rules to draw on
At Chicago, it's all about the idea. You'll focus on generating, analyzing, comparing and refining ideas. Making them better. And better yet. Why? Because there are no pat answers or simple rules to draw on in business.
You'll thrive in any career path you choose because you'll have learned how to:
-- Examine every idea.Whether presented by a classmate or a professor. You'll voice your support, your dissent, your suggestions. Here, there are no wrong questions except the ones that go unasked.
-- Evaluate problems and opportunities. Through the lenses of accounting, economics, psychology, sociology, and statistics. With a diversity of analytical tools and methods, you'll think in new ways....