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Georgia State University, J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Executive MBA
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Georgia State University, J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Executive MBA

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The Georgia State University Executive MBA curriculum touches on all aspects of the enterprise that reflect today’s global markets, and is designed to equip leaders with the vision and strategic thinking skills necessary to improve organizations as well as solve real business challenges.

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Executive MBA Programs

Features

• 17-month program
• Action-based learning
• Classes on Friday afternoon and all day Saturday
• Professional career and leadership coaches
• Industry experienced faculty
• Global study tours

Degree Name

Executive Master of Business Administration

Duration

17 months, part-time, on-campus

Cost

About $69,500-$74,500

What is best?

• Classes on Friday afternoon and all day Saturday
• Professional career and leadership coaches
• Industry experienced faculty
• Global study tours

What are the benefits?

• Develop the vision and strategic thinking skills necessary to improve organizations;
• Develop the tools, connections and plans that will help you shape your career;
• Career coaches help you create career development plan;
• Get help to identify and build on skills you need to be a more effective leader;
• Establish international business relationships during global study tours.

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The Georgia State University Executive MBA curriculum touches on all aspects of the enterprise that reflect today’s global markets, and is designed to help professionals build on and broaden their experience and knowledge, as well as improve their strategic and executive approach to business.

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The Georgia State University Executive MBA curriculum touches on all aspects of the enterprise that reflect today’s global markets, and is designed to equip leaders with the vision and strategic thinking skills necessary to improve organizations as well as solve real business challenges. The 17-month program is instructed by a faculty who bring practical industry experience and deep ties with the business community to the classroom. Participants have significant experience in their field of expertise that they share with their class and teams. Before classes begin, students are given a series of self-assessments; complete an online accounting assessment; and attend a full-day accounting refresher course followed by Introduction to Executive Management, an intense introductory course that takes place over three days, and in which students get to meet their team and leadership coaches, evaluate their self-assessments, and engage in team-based case work. The program culminates with a 2-week international residency to South Africa. Executive leadership development and global competency are integral themes of Robinson’s EMBA program and are reflected in each course. The program utilizes various learning methodologies, including case studies, simulations, class discussions and company-specific projects. What you learn in class over the weekend can be applied immediately to your company on Monday morning. EMBA students also participate in International study tours which give them an opportunity to build professional relationships and gain a deep understanding of how businesses operate in international economies. The program also brings out the best in you through; one on one coaching, self- assessments and well-thought-out courses that are integrated throughout the program. The school’s professional leadership coaches and faculty will help you develop the tools, connections and plans that will help you shape your career, and also identify and build on skills you need to become a more effective leader.

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