Classes meet every other weekend on Friday and Saturday
10 Day international business trip. The CU Executive MBA integrates international business and global economic issues throughout the curriculum. All EMBA students participate in an international business trip that provides students with first-hand experience on how business is organized and managed outside of the U.S. During the trip, the class will visit a diverse set of companies, tour factory operations, and interact directly with senior managers at meetings arranged by the program. Students will also divide into smaller groups centered on specific topics that they choose to explore in more depth during the trip. These small groups will have the unique opportunity to arrange meetings with companies and organizations of interest.
Additionally, students within the program have 3 optional opportunities to travel during the program, expanding their global perspective while enriching their cultural awareness.
Is The GMAT Accepted?
Is The GRE Accepted?
Is the Executive Assessment Accepted?
GMAT and GRE are accepted but optional
Q1 What is the University of Colorado Executive MBA Program?
Q2 Who is eligible for admission?
Q3 How do participants pay for the Executive MBA Program? Is there financial aid available?
Q4 Are there any prerequisites for the Executive MBA Program?
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Senior Instructor, Management and Entrepreneurship, Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado Boulder
Interim Dean and Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado Boulder