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University of Utah, David Eccles School of Business, Executive MBA
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University of Utah, David Eccles School of Business, Executive MBA

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The Executive MBA program offered by the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah features a high-level general management curriculum is specifically designed to increase the MBA experience for seasoned professionals.

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Executive MBA Programs

Features

• Classes held Fridays and Saturdays, every 2 weeks
• 21-month program
• Cohort-based program
• World-class Ph.D. faculty
• Two international trips included
• Hands on business visits
• Technology and course materials provided

Degree Name

Executive Master of Business Administration

Duration

21 months, on-campus

Cost

About $82,000 to $84,000

What is best?

• Cohort-based program
• World-class Ph.D. faculty
• Two international trips included
• Hands on business visits
• Technology and course materials provided

What are the benefits?

• Learn from a world-class Ph.D. faculty with research and real-world experience;
• Technology and course materials are catered for;
• Gain a global business perspective with 2 international trips;
• Participate in networking and other career advancement opportunities;
• Get hands-on experience through numerous business visits;
• Learn how to better motivate, coach and develop your managers and staff;
• Post-graduation support from Alumni Career Services;
• Expand the scope of your role through new strategies, leadership opportunities and initiatives.

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The Executive MBA program offered by the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah features a high-level general management curriculum that enables students to gain an in-depth knowledge of the business fundamentals, analytical skills, creative solutions and vision needed to excel in your current role and beyond.

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The Executive MBA program offered by the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah features a high-level general management curriculum is specifically designed to increase the MBA experience for seasoned professionals. Courses in the EMBA program deliver in-depth knowledge of the business fundamentals, analytical skills, creative solutions and vision needed to excel in your current role and beyond. EMBA students learn to balance problem-solving and conceptual skills with broad perspectives, in the process attaining the confidence to create solutions and implement them within the context of an organization. The program is highly convenient for busy professionals who have high demands on their time as the schedule is predictable allowing students to plan work, travel, and personal commitments far in advance.

The flexible class schedule consists of two, one-week intensive sessions and classes every other weekend on-campus, plus an International Field Study. This allows working professionals to continue their career uninterrupted while earning their MBA. Students also participate in a combination of team and individual projects outside the classroom which takes an average of 15 to 20 hours a week. Classes meet 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, every two weeks. The International Field Study enables students to develop a broad global perspective, which is essential in understanding the international business environment. Executive MBA students travel abroad for their second intensive week and for the final session of their program. Career coaches will work with you through the Career Advancement Center from the start of the program and even after graduating to help you develop leadership skills, advance your career at the executive level and explore entrepreneurial opportunities.

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