Category: EMBA

Benefits of Attending an Executive MBA Information Session

March 19th, 2012 in EMBA Voices

Lara Zelman, marketing manager and admissions coordinator of BU’s Executive MBA Program, discusses the benefits of attending an information session.

EMBA’s International Trip

March 19th, 2012 in EMBA Voices

Peter Russo, faculty director of Module 5, discusses the international component of BU’s Executive MBA Program.

BU’s Executive MBA Program’s Unique Integrated Curriculum

March 19th, 2012 in EMBA Voices

Susan Samuelson, faculty director of EMBA, discusses the program’s unique integrated curriculum.

Why Choose BU EMBA?

March 19th, 2012 in EMBA Voices

EMBA alumni discuss what differentiates Boston University’s Executive MBA Program.

EMBA alumni discuss the program’s ROI

March 19th, 2012 in EMBA Voices

EMBA alumni discuss the program’s return on investment.

2012 Executive MBA International Field Seminar: India

March 15th, 2012 in EMBA, Global Work, Graduate Students, News, Students

The Executive MBA 24 cohort is currently traveling through India with the 2012 EMBA International Field Seminar

BU’s Executive MBA Program’s International Trip

Strategy & Innovation Professor and faculty director of EMBA Pete Russo discusses the global focus and international components of the program.

About the EMBA International Field Seminar

EMBA students get the opportunity to put the curriculum into action in a global context during the international seminar in Residence Week 3. The seminar provides hands-on experience making business contacts abroad, conducting research on countries and industries overseas, and pulling together — quickly and efficiently — a high-performing team. During the seminar, students have the opportunity to attend presentations and discussions, conduct site visits, and engage with local organizations in team assignments. More Information

About EMBA

Boston University’s Executive MBA program (EMBA) is designed for mid-to-senior level managers with 10+ years of professional experience. The program focuses on a cross-functional understanding of the interdependencies among organizations’ components. It also offers a strong global component through a concentrated international module and trip designed to provide an understanding of the many factors that frame the business context in a range of developed and developing economies. More Information