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Theresa S. Falcon Executive MBA Program
Baker Hall 121
(309) 677-2256
lstuffle@bradley.edu

"The curriculum was designed to meet the needs of today’s active leaders. The variety of topics covered offered class participants the opportunity to experience all facets of business that we, as leaders, will face."

Timoth W. Smith
Manager, Personal Lines Underwriting & Quality Assurance
COUNTRY Insurance and Financial Services

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Theresa S. Falcon Executive MBA

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In the current business climate, today's executives are increasingly asked to "be more" - to step outside of their specialization and take on a broader range of responsibilities.
To meet this challenge, you need a more comprehensive understanding of business strategy coupled with analytical and critical thinking skills to lead your organization toward a profitable future.
With an Executive MBA (EMBA) from Bradley University, you'll gain the capability and the confidence to Be More.

Developing today's leaders to meet tomorrow's challenges with knowledge and integrity.

In the current business climate, today's executives are increasingly asked to "be more" - to step outside of their specialization and take on a broader range of responsibilities.

To meet this challenge, you need a more comprehensive understanding of business strategy coupled with analytical and critical thinking skills to lead your organization toward a profitable future.

With an Executive MBA (EMBA) from Bradley University, you'll gain the capability and the confidence to Be More.

Our next classes begin August 2015. Visit the links on the left to learn more about our program and apply today!

Executive EMBA Engage 2015!

Rethinking Data

March 10th, 2015
8:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Venue: B52, Baker Hall. Bradley University

Analytics and data-driven decision making have become focal areas in business. It’s not the data, it’s the way leaders approach it. Using data is critical to making good decisions. Rethinking Data introduces leaders to a new way of looking at data and information.

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