The Executive MBA Program
Texas - Fort Worth
Taiwan - Taipei (Chinese version)
High quality Graduate Education for Managers and Executives
The Executive MBA program is designed to provide high-quality, graduate management education to mid-level and upper-level managers and executives. The program covers all functional areas of business management and will have an international focus in its course offerings. Other program content themes can include project management, total quality management, and strategic resource alignment.
What is an Executive MBA Program?
An Executive MBA program provides an opportunity for experienced professionals to obtain a master's degree in Business Administration on a schedule that minimizes disruption of work and personal pursuits. Such programs include a cohort class structure that offers a lock-step, planned curriculum in an executive setting. In other words, members of each class begin the program at the same point, move through the curriculum together, and typically complete the degree requirements for graduation as a group. Executive MBA (EMBA) students are required to complete their degrees in two years or less. During that period, they gain a wide range of new skills and sharpen their analytical abilities by combining course-work with day-to-day professional experiences. A unique aspect of an EMBA program is the collective professional experience of its participants which greatly enriches the educational environment. A team approach is often used to allow for the sharing of diverse perspectives on various topics; this interaction results in a challenging, stimulating learning experience that provides for maximum return on time and resources invested. EMBA students possess several years of significant, post baccalaureate career experience. Most students are sponsored both financially and through release time by their employing organizations, and all continue to work full time while enrolled in the program. To ensure optimum benefits to participants and the sponsoring organizations, class size and class structure facilitate close interaction between faculty and participants.**