Rigorous, relevant and fast-paced curriculum
The program is 18 months long and includes 24 5-week classes, divided into 10-week quarters.
The EMBA curriculum focuses on four types of courses:
- Leadership—Develop the leadership and managerial skills demanded by today’s business environment, including a focus on self-leadership, emotional intelligence, team collaboration, ethics and corporate social responsibility.
- Quantitative—These courses span a comprehensive review of corporate finance, from strategic cost management to using financial data to make sound business decisions.
- Strategy—Develop your ability to think strategically about all aspects of an organization, from human capital management to marketing to identifying and implementing innovations.
- Business context and concluding coursework—The EMBA begins with a specialized Business Context and Economics class to provide a strong foundation for your following coursework in accounting and finance. At the end of the program, you’ll deliver and evaluate your New Venture/Business Plan and Social Impact projects.
An optimal schedule for work-life balance
As an EMBA student, you commit to coming to campus one full day each week, on alternating Fridays and Saturdays: Friday this week, Saturday the next. You take two classes between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. with a break for lunch.
Students tell us that the pacing is just right, and that the consistent once-a-week schedule helps them balance academics with work and personal commitments. Have a conflict on occasion? We understand. Classes are recorded for review.
Classes kick off with a one-day orientation, which marks the start of your life as a Daniels EMBA student. You’ll be provided an 18-month class calendar in advance to plan for business travel or personal time off.
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