The Executive MBA program is a 48-credit program designed to meet the needs of experienced professionals who are ready to take their careers to the next level. The program builds on students’ professional experiences by helping them master the fundamentals of business as well as develop functional knowledge in the core business disciplines of marketing, finance, accounting, information systems, operations management, and leadership. Building on that foundation, students take advanced courses in entrepreneurship, strategy, business law and ethics, international management, and sustainability.
Key themes of the program include a focus on:
Required Foundational/Fundamental Skills (9 courses; 18 credits)
Business Communication I
Business Communication II: Communicating Quantitative and Technical Information
Business Communication II: Leadership Communication: Writing and Speaking with Authority
Firms in the Global Economy
Introduction to International Business
Overview of Business Law and Ethics
Business and Society Relationships
Managing People and Organizations
Strategy and Competitive Advantage
Functional Skills (At least 3 courses, 9 credits)
Courses will be selected by the Academic Director of the EMBA program in consultation with the Chairs of the Department.
Information Technology Strategy
Managing Business Operations
Managing Creativity, Ideation and Innovation in Start-ups and Corporations
Elective Courses (18 credits)
Elective courses will be selected by the Academic Director of the EMBA program in consultation with the Chairs of the Departments.
The program reserves the right to amend, modify and change the courses offered and/or the sequence of courses.
Students must earn 48 credits for the Executive MBA degree, maintain a cumulative 3.000 grade point average, and satisfy all Baruch College, Zicklin School of Business and Executive Programs policies, rules, and regulations.
A student whose GPA falls below 3.000 after taking 6 or more credits in the program will be on academic probation. He or she must comply with all Baruch College requirements of grade probation status to continue in the program. Please refer to the current Baruch College Graduate Bulletin, discussion of General Academic Regulations (here), for information on these requirements.
Students taking all of the courses offered in this cohort program are, by definition, considered to be full-time students.
Zicklin School of Business
One Bernard Baruch Way, Box B13-282
New York, NY 10010-5585
Phone: (646) 312-3100
Fax: (646) 312-3101