Time Frame: 16-months
One of the shortest in the education industry, our 16-month program is designed without a summer recess to help you keep a momentum of learning as you quickly build knowledge and skills. Classes are held from 8 am to 5pm every other Friday and Saturday. The program begins with a week-long residency, called the Leadership Challenge, and includes an 11-day international trip. The trip (excluding airfare and most meals) is included in the program cost, as well as all textbooks, meals, lodging, parking, and special social events.
Participants are working professionals with an undergraduate degree and employer sponsorship from their employer. On average, participants have 10 years management experience and currently work as business managers or owners, entrepreneurs, CEO’s, CFO’s, presidents, vice presidents, directors, or in other equivalent leadership positions. Average age of participants is 40 years. View our class profile for more details.
A class size ranging from 18 to 25 students assures diversity and engenders close coaching and mentoring by faculty members. Participants bring their knowledge from diverse business backgrounds such as health care, engineering, agriculture, education, law, insurance, government, social service, and others. Each EMBA class matriculates through the program as a group, or cohort. Within that cohort, smaller study groups of 5 to 6 participants are formed for group project work and team building skills. Connections developed between study groups create informal networking opportunities and, in many cases, lasting friendships.
The curriculum prepares you for mastery of 4 Key Competencies: Leadership, Global Citizenry, Critical Thinking, and Strategic Positioning. Courses are structured around business issues rather than traditional business school disciplines. The program integrates finance, marketing, operations, and management skill sets to encourage a broader, more strategic perspective of current business issues. A strong focus on business ethics permeates all coursework within the program.
As a Theresa S. Falcon EMBA participant, you receive the personal attention of our dedicated staff as well as the following:
- all textbooks, business cases, and materials to be distributed in class or online,
- materials to be distributed class,
- hot breakfast and lunch each day, plus snacks during break times,
- foundational pre-work before the program begins,
- tutoring as needed,
- on-campus parking and permit,
- use of the Markin Center recreational facility,
- assistance from Computing Services, and
- access to the Student Health Center.
The Theresa S. Falcon EMBA Program is a major investment of time and resources and a wise investment for your future success. In many cases, financial sponsorship from your employer may be available. We encourage you to carefully consider this investment and to discuss financing options and loan opportunities. We offer convenient payment plans, limited scholarships, competitive loans.
The EMBA program cost for 2015-2016 is $68,000, which includes:
- Full tuition for the duration of the program
- International trip (excluding airfare and most meals on trip)
- Executive coaching for the duration of the program
- Family outings and special events
- All inclusive services mentioned above.
The support of your employer is critical to your success in the program. Sponsorship entails employer consent for time away from work in order to attend classes.
Organizations of all sizes and types understand the benefits of supporting talented employees in the Theresa S. Falcon Executive MBA program. View a list of companies who have recently sponsored EMBA students.