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University of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler Business School, Executive MBA

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The University of North Carolina’s Executive MBA is designed to provide an exceptional learning experience in three highly productive formats: Evening, weekend, and Global OneMBA.

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Executive MBA Programs

Features

• Cohort-Based Learning
• Different program formats: Evening, Weekend, and Global OneMBA
• World-class faculty
• Real-world curriculum

Degree Name

Executive Master of Business Administration

Duration

20 to 24 months

Cost

• Evening - $86,400
• Weekend – $110,300
• Global OneMBA - $126,200

What is best ?

• Different program formats: Evening, Weekend, and Global OneMBA
• World-class faculty
• Real-world curriculum

What are the benefits ?

• World-class faculty and a real-world curriculum;
• Program with a Top 10 ranking;
• Multiple program formats provide different learning opportunities;
• Advanced leadership and career development;
• Join active and engaged alumni.

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7.5
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7.5
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7.7
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The University of North Carolina’s Executive MBA is designed to provide an exceptional learning experience in three highly productive formats: Evening, Weekend and Global, with courses and electives designed to deliver core business knowledge, and the tactical skills and strategic mindset needed to thrive as a global executive.

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The University of North Carolina’s Executive MBA is designed to provide an exceptional learning experience in three highly productive formats: Evening, weekend, and Global OneMBA. All three formats provide professionals with a range of opportunities to augment leadership perspectives, share expertise, collaborate on challenges and cement relationships. The UNC Kenan-Flagler School consists of over 100 faculty members who bring their research and insights into the classroom. Your cohort will help broaden and deepen your learning experience, and give you a core network of sharp-minded executives you can collaborate with for life. The program features innovative, highly relevant course content designed to leverage and enrich the cohort learning experience. Out of the three top-ranked program formats, you can select the format that best matches your both you short-term and long-term goals. The Evening MBA and Weekend MBA programs give you foundational business knowledge in a set of core courses. You can then proceed to select from an array of electives that will allow you to customize your degree based on your personal objectives. The Global OneMBA offers you a curriculum tailored for excellence in global leadership plus a selection of electives courses that provide you with the strategic mindset and tactical skills needed to thrive as a global executive. Applicants with a strong quantitative background demonstrated by previous academic achievement or current employment may apply for a course waiver. The EMBA program also integrates a leadership development forum designed to help you become a leader who can initiate change and drive business strategy within your organization. You’ll also benefit from one-on-one career and executive coaching in refining your skills and developing a career plan based on your specific strengths and objectives. This will prepare you for any executive role in your organization and beyond. As an Executive MBA student, you can also make use of the alumni network to create connections and seek career guidance so you can advance in your career and prepare for long-term success.

University of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler Business School, Executive MBA
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