WashU believes great teaching and great scholarship go hand in hand. “The Executive MBA program attracts the best of the best faculty members,” students and alumni will tell you.
“EMBA professors bring new thinking and business practices into the classroom,” says Stuart Bunderson, associate dean and director of executive programs and the George and Carol Bauer Professor of Organizational Ethics and Governance. “Their intellectual capital becomes your competitive edge.”
Learn from professors who make subject matter relatable.
Executive MBA professors make subject matter relatable through class discussions, case studies, simulations, applied-learning projects, and one-on-one conversations. Learning by doing is a priority. EMBA professors care about your success. They talk through concepts with you, get to know you better outside the classroom, make themselves accessible beyond class weekends, and have even been known to invest in student startups.
Benefit from access to some of the world’s most prolific researchers.
WashU faculty members are known for their research productivity, with work that is widely published and cited in influential academic journals. From them, you’ll acquire business models and trends ahead of the marketplace — a tremendous advantage for you and your organization.
PhD, University of Illinois, Urbana - Champaign, Joyce and Howard Wood Distinguished Professor of Organizational Behavior
PhD, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, George and Carol Bauer Professor of Organizational Ethics and Governance
PhD, Washington University in St. Louis, Assistant Dean of Executive Programs and Senior Lecturer of Management Practice
PhD, University of Minnesota, Senior Associate Dean-Programs and Bank of America Professor of Managerial Leadership
PhD, University of Arizona, Senior Associate Dean-Special Projects and Myron Northrop Professor of Accounting
PhD, UCLA, Anderson Graduate School of Management, Professor of Strategy
PhD, University of Missouri - St. Louis, Senior Lecturer in Organizational Behavior & Leadership Development
PhD, Stanford University, Director of BCTIM; Emerson Distinguished Professor of Operations and Manufacturing Management
PhD, Indiana University, Senior Associate Dean-Faculty and Research, Hubert C. & Dorothy R. Moog Professor of Finance
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, Frahm Family Professor of Organization & Strategy, Associate Dean & Director of Brookings Executive Education
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, Associate Professor of Strategy
PhD, Northwestern University, Director of Doctoral Programs and John E. Simon Professor of Finance