MIT Executive MBA

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Learn how the MIT Executive MBA can help to increase your impact in your organizations and communities.

MIT Executive MBA

MIT EMBA Program Curriculum

Review the MIT EMBA curriculum to understand how the program provides you with an advanced management foundation, Action Learning projects, and specialized electives that align with your priorities.

What distinguishes the MIT Executive MBA?
  • A collaborate, mid-career cohort of leaders within a global brand at MIT Sloan

  • A schedule designed to complement your professional and personal priorities, with classes every three weekends (Friday & Saturday)

  • A scientific approach to management integrated in the core curriculum

  • Applied learning through in-company projects

  • Specialization through three week-long executive modules and your choice of a final international project trip or exposure to creating an immersive start-up.

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Kylie Jo Wagner | EMBA '23
The MIT EMBA program is different than other MBA programs. The faculty intentionally built this program so you could get the most out of your experience. I continue to be impressed with how much the professors understand the other classes in the program and make the effort to pull in key learnings to tie it all together.

Executive Insights Blog 

Curious what our students are learning? Or, how they're implementing it at work?

Check out our Executive Insights blog and get advanced perspectives on management practices from MIT EMBA students, alumni, and program faculty.

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The Class of 2024 by the numbers

  • 17

    Average years of work experience

  • 41

    Average age

  • 63%

    Students with advanced degrees

  • 53%

    International origin

  • 66%

    Non-local (outside of MA)

  • 86%

    Director-level and above

  • 33%


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All MIT Executive MBA students are employed full-time.

MIT Executive MBA

Hear from the Program Directors

Catherine Tucker, MIT EMBA Faculty Director, and Johanna Hising DiFabio, Assistant Dean of MIT Executive Degree Programs, explain how to leverage the MIT edge.

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