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Take your leadership
to the next level.

Make a broader impact with the WashU EMBA.

​A relentless focus on executive leadership development.

At the intersection of numbers and values, we challenge you to do more—to look beyond the bottom line and lead with principle and conviction. With the WashU Executive MBA, you’ll learn to rely on a values-based, data-driven decision-making framework. You’ll hone your individual leadership style though assessments, coursework and executive coaching. You’ll gain management expertise. And you’ll develop lasting professional relationships and collaboration.

Residencies
3 residencies
St. Louis, Washington, DC, international
Program Rank
Top-10 EMBA
program in US

-The Economist, 2020
20 Month Program
20-month program
3 days per month format
Average Work Experience
50% experienced career growth
EMBA ’22: promotions & new positions while enrolled
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Triple Accredited

Leadership coaching is built into our EMBA program


Individualized leadership development is at the heart of our program. To hone your leadership skills, assessments, executive leadership coaching and related coursework are integrated into your EMBA experience. You’ll take part in 10 hours of coaching, some even after you've earned your degree.

 

Informed by numbers, driven by principle.

  • Values Based, Data Driven: Balance data and values to make thoughtful, sound decisions at every turn and every scale.
  • Global Outlook: Develop the global savvy necessary for today’s interconnected business world through coursework, case studies and class discussion.
  • Experiential Learning: Roll up your sleeves to put classroom learning into practice on mid-program and capstone projects.
  • Entrepreneurial Spirit: Bring an innovative mindset to meet any challenge and nimbly respond to change.

 

About Our EMBA Program

Our EMBA program is designed for high-achieving, dedicated leaders. Classes meet once a month on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. In addition to class days, most students spend 10 to 15 hours each week completing assignments. Much of your out-of-class time is spent reading cases and preparing for class. And many student teams get together once a week. All the while, you’ll create a network of accomplished classmates, top-notch faculty, engaged WashU alumni and diverse business leaders.

 

Lead with higher purpose.

An executive MBA focused on leadership