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University of Michigan, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, Executive MBA
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University of Michigan, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, Executive MBA

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The Executive MBA offered by the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan helps you grow both personally and professionally through a rigorous core curriculum, a Leadership Development program and an Executive Multidisciplinary Action Project course.

Category

Executive MBA Programs

Features

• 21-month program
• World class faculty
• 14-week Immersive International Opportunity
• Multidisciplinary Action project course
• Leadership development programs
• Friday and Saturday classes

Degree Name

Executive Master of Business Administration

Duration

21months, part-time, on-campus residency

Cost

About $156,500-$161,500

What is best?

• World class faculty
• 14-week Immersive International Opportunity
• Multidisciplinary Action project course
• Leadership development programs
• Friday and Saturday classes

What are the benefits?

• A convenient once-a-month classes format;
• Learn from world class faculty;
• Deeply understand cross-cultural business through an Immersive International Opportunity;
• Develop the mindset and skill required to lead more effectively in your current role;
• Gain knowledge and insight to manage across units and make tough executive decisions.

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The 21-month Executive MBA of the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan integrates a rigorous core curriculum, ExecMAP (Multidisciplinary Action Projects), and a leadership development experience to help you develop the mindset and skill required to lead more effectively in your current role and advance more rapidly in your career.

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The Executive MBA offered by the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan helps you grow both personally and professionally through a rigorous core curriculum, a Leadership Development program and an Executive Multidisciplinary Action Project course. The rigorous EMBA program gives you an opportunity to build your business acumen as you work, alongside accomplished peers and world class faculty. Fundamentally, it changes the way you view the world of business. The program’s curriculum is carefully designed to provide you with strong analytical foundation in the core business areas from a strategic perspective. This program also allows you to customize your experience to achieve your specific personal and professional career goals through 14 electives starting in the third term. Executive MBA students also have an opportunity to take an elective via the Michigan Ross Executive Education program. As an EMBA student you will participate in either a domestic or an international ExecMap - Multidisciplinary Action Project, where you will work in teams to produce valuable results and recommendations for corporate, startup, and nonprofit organizations. The project course spans the entire fourth term and enables you to gain knowledge and insight to manage across units, expand your global business perspective, synthesize diverse viewpoints, and make tough executive decisions. EMBA students also take on a Global Business Environment course which provides students with the concepts, tools, and skill sets necessary to conduct in-depth analysis of the global economic landscape. Leadership development is also an integral to this EMBA program experience and is integrated across the 21-months program. It builds on your existing leadership capabilities and helps you develop the mindset and skill required to lead more effectively in your current role, advance more rapidly in your career and make significant and positive contributions to your company’s culture and performance.

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