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Executive MBA

Accelerated Format for Experienced Professionals

  • 22 months, 1 three-day weekend per month
  • Designed for mid-range professionals on the leadership track
  • Cohort format: students complete program together
  • Applicants must have 7 years of work history

Highly Ranked Program

  • No. 61 worldwide in The Economist (2018)
  • No. 93 worldwide in Financial Times (2017)
  • No. 40 nationwide in Poets and Quants (2016)
  • No. 40 worldwide by IvyExec (2016)
  • Tier I worldwide in CEO Magazine (2016)
  • No. 23 nationwide on (2015)
  • No. 42 worldwide in Bloomberg Businessweek (2013)

Choice of Campus

  • Lincoln Center location: start in September
  • Westchester location: start in January
  • Each cohort designs its own “international capstone” week abroad

Focus on Management and Strategy

  • EMBAs complete a full concentration in management systems
  • Additional courses in finance and business communication
  • Discussion of current ethical issues in business

Classmates Who Are Peers

  • Average age: 33 (in other MBA tracks, it is 28)
  • Average incoming student salary: $120K+
  • Average work experience: 11 years

Global Alumni Network

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

Use the navigation links at left to learn more about admissions, the academic program of study, courses and requirements, and the international capstone trip that each Executive MBA class plans for itself.

Interested in our Executive MBA? The associate dean is happy to meet with you to discuss the program. Meetings can be set up at a location convenient to your office. Contact Francis Petit at or 212-636-7429 to arrange a personalized information session.

Program Costs

EMBA tuition is $102,750  for the Lincoln Center-based cohort that will begin in August 2018 and the Westchester-based cohort that will begin in January 2019. This tuition includes coursework, academic materials such as books and case studies, meals and snacks on class days, overnight accommodations and meals for the three "residentials" held at an off-campus conference center, and overnight accommodations and food for the international capstone trip. It does not include airfare for the international capstone trip.

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