For more than half a century, College of Business faculty have used their passion for teaching, relied on their expertise in working with organizations throughout the country and developed an ambitious research agenda to help educate more than 10,000 business graduates and provide them with the judgment and skill set needed for a rapidly changing business world.
The Part-Time MBA Program in the College of Business has been ranked number four in the country in BusinessWeek's 2011 Top Part-Time MBA Programs report.
Designed to accommodate the schedules of working mid-career executives and experienced professionals, the Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) program is offered online, allowing professionals to continue working while earning their EMBA.
All courses are taught by the University’s premier business faculty who will share their real-world expertise as they teach executive leadership by integration of knowledge, skills and experience, encouraging application of theoretical solutions to real world business problems. The program focuses on managerial skills in problem identification and analysis, and application of those managerial skills to discovery of alternative solutions.
Graduates of the EMBA program will gain knowledge and skills to:
With a blend of theory and practice that integrates professional experiences with a graduate-level academic management curriculum, the EMBA program provides a general management emphasis suited to the needs of mid-career executives and experienced professionals. The program familiarizes students with cutting-edge issues of business disciplines for managerial decision-making, and crystallizes the philosophy and capabilities of experienced professionals, fostering professional growth.
The online, 12-course curriculum is offered as a two-year cohort program beginning Fall 2014. This allows students in each cohort to begin the program at the same point, move through the curriculum together, and build supportive working relationships in a stimulating online environment. Courses in the EMBA program are sequenced to assure continuity in learning.
All coursework is completed online. For each class, students will have at least one proctored exam which will be taken through ProctorU, an online proctoring service. EMBA students are required to complete their degrees in two years.
The 12-course online Executive MBA is competitively priced at $24,000, payable in installments of $4,000 each semester.
Fees for Fall 2014 classes are due Friday, Aug. 24.
Nevada System of Higher Education employees may use Grant-In-Aid benefits for the Executive MBA (EMBA). Please note tuition for the EMBA is priced higher ($2,000 per class) than the standard graduate rate, so the Grant-In-Aid will only cover a portion of the EMBA fees and students will be responsible for paying the difference.
If you would like to use your educational benefits, please speak with your human resources advisor for more details.
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