- Program Overview
- Tuition & Fees
- How to Apply
Where leaders learn.
Experienced professionals have a sophisticated understanding of what it takes to be successful in business. The Executive MBA is a 54-credit, 20-month program designed to challenge those who’ve prospered in their careers meeting challenges head-on:
- Professionals with 7-10 years of business experience
- Professionals who have been identified within their organizations as having leadership potential
- Students who want to learn and thrive in a diverse, multicultural group
Each course will include additional distance learning components before and after each onsite residency. Prior to each residency, students receive textbooks and access to each course Blackboard site, where they are expected to review the syllabus, assigned readings, pre-module homework, case studies, and group exercises that are required for partial credit towards the residency. Post-residency work will consist of case studies, additional online sessions, and take-home exams that students complete in order to receive full credit for the residency work.
A new way of doing business.
Led by Johns Hopkins’ internationally recognized faculty, the Executive MBA provides a new way to look at business and connects you with experts, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders who have succeeded in a variety of industries.
You’ll learn in a cohort alongside some of business’ brightest minds. Working together with your peers, you'll:
- Strengthen your grasp of core business principles while exploring new challenges in special topic sessions and advanced seminar courses
- Tackle problems in the fields of finance, health care, energy, technology, marketing, the environment, manufacturing, and organizational behavior
- Participate in intensive, hands-on projects that will take you from the ends of the world to the leading edge of new technology and discoveries
- Develop a deeper understanding of how humanistic values impact and enhance the way society does business
Learn with a diverse group of skilled professionals.
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1st Year (Core/Foundation Courses)
- Financial Accounting (2 credits)
- Persuasive Communications (2 credits)
- Microeconomics (2 credits)
- Macroeconomics and the Global Environment (2 credits)
- Corporate Finance (3 credits)
- Managing for the Future: Leading and Organizing (2 credits)
- Marketing Management (2 credits)
- Operations Management (2 credits)
- Statistics and Data Analysis (2 credits)
- Competitive Strategy (2 credits)
- Public Policy: Analysis and Influence (2 credits)
- Perspectives on Risk Management (2 credits)
- Elective (pick one):
- Managing in an Era of Big Data (2 credits)
- Relational Dynamics in Organizations (2 credits)
2nd Year (Advanced Coursework)
- Financial Statement Analysis (2 credits)
- Financial Strategies (2 credits)
- Strategic Marketing (2 credits)
- Leading in a Connected World (2 credits)
- Advanced Strategy and Technology (3 credits)
- Corporate Governance: Legal Issues (2 credits)
- Building Entrepreneurial Capabilities (2 credits)
- Effective Negotiation (2 credits)
- Design Thinking (1 credit)
- Responding to Crisis (Case Competition, 1 credit)
- International Residency (2 courses, 2 credits each)
- Electives (2 courses, 2 credits each)
- TBD, based on cohort preference (Survey Spring of 1st year)
- Example: Global Seminar on Healthcare (2 credits)
Required; non credit
Parallel to the courses in the EMBA curriculum is a professional development series of workshops and experiential sessions in which participants engage in self-assessments, goal setting, and a variety of skill building exercises as well as coaching/mentoring opportunities. When appropriate, topics may change based on the profile and needs of the current classes. Format of sessions will include interactive workshops, lunches, and speakers. Sessions will be held in the evenings during residency, typically every other residency.
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EMBA Program Fees Include:
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All fees are nonrefundable.
- Late Registration Fee –$250
- Late Payment Fee – $250
- Returned Check Fee – $35
- Payment Plan Termination Fee –$75
- Delinquent Account Collection Fee – 25% of the outstanding debt
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Learn about the program.
- Request more information on our Executive MBA Program. It’ll also give you an opportunity for you to introduce yourself to us.
- Review the admission requirements. It’s a checklist of all materials you’ll need to submit.
- For international applicants, please read these instructions. You’ll find important information related to financial aid, housing, visas, and more.
- Connect with Admissions. It’s the perfect opportunity to learn more about the Carey Business School, and the D.C.-Baltimore region.
Apply to the program.
- Review our application dates. Select the application period that’s most convenient for you. Please note that you may not apply more than once per year.
- Organize all application materials. This includes official transcripts, resume, essay, letters of recommendation, any necessary test scores, and application fees.
- Submit your online application.
- View our frequently asked questions. If you have any additional questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-234-9325 (ask to speak with Bruce Campbell, EMBA Admissions & Corporate Recruitment Officer).