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The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business, Executive MBA

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The Executive MBA offered at Chicago Booth School of Business is guided by a long-standing commitment to empowering bold thinkers and inquisitive minds to challenge, innovate, and create lasting impact in the world. The EMBA is instructed by established professors who bring their real-world experience as consultants, expert witnesses, board members, or even investment fund managers into the classroom.

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Executive MBA Programs

Features

• 21-month program
• 17 Core courses, 4 Elective courses
• Capstone Experience Course
• Meets every other Friday and Saturday
• Meals and course materials provided
• One residential week in London and Hong Kong

Degree Name

Executive Master of Business Administration

Duration

21 months, on campus residency

Cost

Approximately $189,000

What is best?

• 17 Core courses, 4 Elective courses
• Capstone Experience Course
• Meets every other Friday and Saturday
• Meals and course materials provided
• One residential week in London and Hong Kong

What are the benefits?

• Become part of a community that transcends continents, cultures;
• Develop a broader perspective by interacting with a diverse community;
• Spend 5 weeks with a global cohort;
• Gain vital business tools and analytical thinking;
• Learn to practice advanced negotiation skills;
• Develop and leverage professional networks.

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The Executive MBA offered at Chicago Booth School of Business features a general management curriculum designed to refresh, expand, and strengthen your knowledge of fundamental business disciplines, and to help you develop the business tools and analytical thinking needed to lead any organization.

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The Executive MBA offered at Chicago Booth School of Business is guided by a long-standing commitment to empowering bold thinkers and inquisitive minds to challenge, innovate, and create lasting impact in the world. The EMBA is instructed by established professors who bring their real-world experience as consultants, expert witnesses, board members, or even investment fund managers into the classroom. As a Chicago EMBA student, you’ll become part of a community that transcends continents, cultures, and customs by taking classes at each of the school’s global campuses during international session weeks. Through these sessions, you'll meet colleagues from numerous industries and job functions enabling you to develop a broader perspective. Since the program places emphasis on analyzing problems, generating key insights, and implementing creative solutions, you'll gain a powerful framework for making decisions throughout your career, in any business situation, in any industry. The Chicago EMBA features a general management curriculum is designed to refresh, expand, and strengthen your grounding in fundamental business disciplines so you can be better equipped for any job in the future. Over the course of the 21-month program, you will undertake 17 core courses, a selection of electives and the LEAD course. During the second year of the program, you will choose from 4 electives that will allow you to follow one of six focused areas of study: capital markets, corporate finance, entrepreneurship, marketing, strategy, or leadership management. A focused area of study will help you develop additional frameworks to enhance or complement the general management curriculum as well as gain the business tools and analytical thinking needed to advance or take your career in a new direction. The Executive MBA Program ends with one of two experiential, team-based capstone courses from which students may choose.

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