Executive MBA

#15 EMBA Program in the U.S.
Financial Times Executive MBA 2020

Great leaders know that there's always more to learn. That's why we've crafted a 22-month accelerated program for professionals who've worked for at least eight years and still strive to up their game.

As a seasoned executive, you’ll have the opportunity to apply your vigorous work ethic toward meaningful work, taking classes that emphasize the importance of social responsibility in modern business management.

Experience-based team projects that hone in on your leadership capabilities serve as the cornerstone of this rigorous program, culminating in a global business opportunity that can take you across the world. While still in New York, you'll progress through each course as a group—meeting for one three-day weekend each month.

 

 

22-Month Accelerated Format

  • 1 three-day weekend per month
  • Designed for working professionals
  • Cohort based
  • Unique Global Capstone
  • Fall or Spring Start (from Lincoln Center)

Focus on Management

  • EMBAs complete a full globally-focused concentration in Management Systems targeting Management Development (Leading and Managing People) and Strategy (Creating, Delivering, Sustaining Value).
  • Additional courses in finance and business communication
  • Discussion of current ethical issues in business

Global Alumni Network

  • Access to 40,000 high-ranking business alumni worldwide
  • Uncommonly loyal alumni network
  • Regular networking opportunities

  • View Courses and Requirements

  • Executive MBA students write their own ticket abroad. Literally.

    Each 22-month Executive MBA experience concludes with an international capstone trip, the culmination of an in-depth, consulting-style business project. The students in the Executive MBA cohort collaborate to choose the country they'll focus on, and the business problem their consulting work will solve.

    Then, once their consulting work is done, they get on a plane. In addition to presenting their project on-site, they benefit from cultural events and lectures on how to do business within their country of choice.

    Where have Fordham Executive MBA students gone recently? Here are just a few examples:

    Johannesburg, South Africa
    Consulting client: BMW Financial Services
    Visits: Soweto, Apartheid Museum, First Constitutional Court, Kruger National Park

    Beijing, China
    Consulting client: Ogilvy Public Relations, Asia Pacific
    Visits: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Great Wall, Olympic Village, Art District

    Istanbul, Turkey
    Consulting client: OxxO
    Visits: Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, Hyppodrome, Basilica Cistern

  • Our Executive MBA offers an exciting new career development program designed for students looking to "transition up" within their own organizations, function, and industry, or "transition out" and into a new career.

    The career development program offers workshops, tactical tools, professional development, and coaching that enables Executive MBA students the opportunity to develop a "Transition Toolkit and Roadmap" that provides a pathway for taking on increased responsibilities in their current sector or to pivot into a new career path. 

    Additionally, our Executive MBA students also have access to more than a dozen job search tools, workshops, and resources available through our Career Development Center.

    New Career Development Friday sessions also include:

    EMBA Alumni Speakers

    Gain exclusive insights from leaders across industries who have graduated the Gabelli School’s EMBA program.

    Career Development Workshops

    Industry specific career development sessions will give you expert guidance on navigating your next steps.

    Coaching Sessions

    Individual coaching sessions provide the support that will help you reach your personal and professional best.

    Engaging Business with Purpose

    Learn about the Gabelli School mission, and how to apply in-demand concepts such as sustainability and purpose-driven leadership across any field.

  • EMBA class weekends generally follow the format below.

    Friday:

    7:30 a.m - 9:00 a.m. – Breakfast and coffee

    9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. – Quantitative Methods and Decision Analysis

    11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. – Career Development Fridays

    EMBA Alumni Speakers

    Learn from experienced leaders across industries who have graduated the Gabelli School’s EMBA program.

    Career Development Workshops

    Industry specific career development sessions will give you expert guidance on navigating your next steps.

    Coaching Sessions

    Individual coaching sessions provide the support that will help you reach your personal and professional best.

    Engaging Business with Purpose

    Learn about the Gabelli School mission, and how to apply in-demand concepts such as sustainability and purpose-driven leadership across any field.

    12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. – Lunch

    1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. – International Communications and Negotiations

    5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. – EMBA Social Hour and Networking

    Saturday:

    7:30 a.m - 9:00 a.m. – Breakfast and coffee

    9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. – Managerial Global Economics

    12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. – Lunch

    1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. – International Communications and Negotiations

    Sunday:

    7:30 a.m - 9:00 a.m. – Breakfast and coffee

    9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. – International Communications and Negotiations

    12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. – Lunch

    1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. – Managerial Global Economics

  • Cohort Size
    Lincoln Center (Fall/Spring): 30

    Average Age
    36

    Percentage of Female EMBA Students
    54%

    Average Years of Work Experience
    11.1

    Highly Ranked
    Financial Times: #15 in the U.S., #79 globally (2020)
    The Economist: #33 worldwide (2020)
    The Economist: #1 for Gender Balance Among Students globally (2020)
    Poets and Quants: #20 in the US (2021)

     

  • Gabelli Graduate Admissions Deadlines and Requirements

  • The flat-rate tuition for the Executive MBA program is $113,445.

    Tuition for the EMBA program includes:

    • All required textbooks
    • Meals on class meeting days
    • Conference center accommodations during select 4-day residential weekends
    • All accommodations and meals during the international capstone

    Many EMBA students receive employer sponsorship for full or partial tuition costs. Additional opportunities for funding your study may include Federal Financial Aid and Private Loans. Please visit our website for more information.

    View complete tuition and fee information.

Discover our EMBA Program

Interested in learning about the Gabelli Executive MBA program? Join us at an upcoming event or chat with us one-to-one:

Check us Out

We have a number of upcoming ways to connect with us, current students, and get to know more about Gabelli. Pop over to our Visit Us page for more information. You can also get a virtual glimpse of our business school space by viewing our Campus360 tour.

 

Class Observation

If you would like to observe a class in-person or virtually, please email Dr. Francis Petit, EMBA Program Director, at petit@fordham.edu

 

Chat with the EMBA Program Director

If you would like to schedule a one-to-one chat with Dr. Francis Petit, EMBA Program Director, please click here to schedule a time that is convenient for you. If these days/times do not work with your schedule please email Dr. Petit directly (petit@fordham.edu).

 

Chat with Admissions

Interested in speaking with an admissions representative to learn more about our EMBA program, the admissions process, and have your questions answered? Click Here to schedule an appointment at a time convenient for you (look for Working Professionals).