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Executive MBA

WashU’s EMBA Degree Program Opens Doors to Business Opportunities

If you’re ready to make a broader impact and take your career to the next level, you’re ready for the top-ranked Washington University Executive MBA (EMBA) program. Discover how to bring people together in more innovative and relevant ways as you develop an enterprise-wide view that prepares you for any business challenge.

Our Curriculum, Your Schedule

Focus on learning, not logistics in a program designed for individuals like you — who balance long work hours, frequent travel, active lifestyles, and family commitments. WashU’s 20-month Executive MBA program is designed for accomplished professionals positioned to become transformational leaders. We have campuses in St. Louis, Shanghai, and Mumbai, where classes meet once a month on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

Time Commitment

In addition to the days you spend in class, most EMBA students spend 10 to 15 hours each week completing course assignments. Much of your out-of-class time is spent reading cases and preparing for class. Many student teams also meet once a week.

Open Doors, Foster Relationships

While in the program, you’ll build a powerful network of accomplished classmates, top-notch faculty, engaged WashU alumni, and diverse business leaders. You’ll also gain an appreciation for the value of relationships in a customer-centric world.

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Kansas City Event | Executive MBA Program Preview

September222017
Baltimore Place – 104 West 9th Street, Suite 104, Kansas City, MO 64105
11:00 AM

St. Louis | Rock Your LinkedIn Profile

September272017
Bauer Hall
7:30 AM
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EMBA at a Glance

Thrive in one of the best Executive MBA programs.

Return on Investment

In the WashU EMBA, you’ll experience an immediate and ongoing ROI.

Many benefits are quantifiable: more responsibility, a higher salary, increased sales and profitability. Other takeaways are immeasurable: a customer-centric way of thinking and problem-solving, and greater confidence in your decision-making.

Learning by doing is woven into every aspect of the curriculum. You acquire the knowledge, feedback, and skills to build a model of leadership you can take anywhere. And you’ll have the resources available to plan your professional development.

Four Exceptional Residencies

Explore new thinking, worldviews, and business practices in residencies focused on venture creation, idea generation, US policymaking, and global leadership. You'll take advantage of WashU’s one-of-a-kind relationship with the prestigious Brookings Institution.

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