Executive Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Washington University's Executive MBA (EMBA) program provides a holistic approach to managing people, projects and budgets.

During the 20-month program, classes meet monthly for three-day sessions (with the exception of three residencies). Washington University's Executive MBA team takes care of securing a student's textbooks, course materials, meals and on-campus parking passes.

The Executive MBA program requires 60 credit units for graduation. Course work and residencies focus on leadership development. Our values-based, data-driven approach to leadership is woven through the EMBA program curriculum, from GO! Week through the final capstone project. Students meet with certified executive leadership coaches throughout the program — and even afterward — to develop a personalized, actionable leadership plan built around their own higher-purpose statement. The EMBA program also includes a data-driven decision-making course to help leaders understand the ways technology affects business and how to build teams that harness the power of technology and data.

For more information, please visit the Executive MBA page of the Olin Business School website.