This program will be offered starting fall 2021.
GW's Executive MBA (EMBA) program offers an outstanding education designed to accommodate students' career and scheduling needs. The program helps students achieve proficiency in the fundamentals of business, while mastering the tools of business administration and an understanding of the ways in which business is situated in the broader global and ethical environment. The program puts an emphasis on technology, analytics, and experiential opportunities to achieve these outcomes.
The EMBA is offered as a cohort of 25 to 30. Students can dive deeper into the subject matter with intensive weekend formats or explore experiential courses that leverage the School of Business’s prime location. In addition, students may choose to participate in a short-term study abroad program to earn up to 6 credits in one to three weeks.
The following requirements must be fulfilled: 46.5 credits, including 34.5 credits in required courses and 12 credits in elective courses.
|MBAD 6205||Business Essentials for Dynamic Markets|
|MBAD 6211||Financial Accounting|
|MBAD 6213||Accounting for Internal Decision Making|
|MBAD 6223||Operations Management|
|MBAD 6224||Decision Making and Data Analysis|
|MBAD 6240||Competition in the Global Economy|
|MBAD 6242||Microeconomics for the World Economy|
|MBAD 6250||Technology for Business in DC|
|MBAD 6263||Organizations and Human Capital|
|MBAD 6288||Strategic Management|
|MBAD 6289||Business Ethics and Public Policy|
|Three courses selected from the following:|
|DNSC 6500||Analytic Skills for Managers|
|ISTM 6500||Technology Skills for Managers|
|ISTM 6502||Working with Databases Using SQL|
|ISTM 6514||Introduction to Artificial Intelligence|
|ISTM 6519||Health Care Analytics and Applications|
|ISTM 6522||Digital Transformation|
|12 credits in graduate-level elective courses, numbered 6000 and above. Up to 6 of these credits may be taken in departments outside the School of Business.|
Note: MBAD 6298 may not be applied toward MBA degree requirements.