About the MIT Executive MBA Program
The MIT Executive MBA Program (EMBA) is an extraordinary opportunity for rising executives to challenge themselves and to challenge convention. The EMBA Program is built on MIT’s culture of rigor, inquiry, teamwork, and taps into deep roots in innovation, research, and management. The MIT Sloan School of Management has defined the science of management and has led innovations that have changed the face of business. MIT Sloan continues to be at the forefront of management education, empowering executives with a rigorous and data-driven approach to solving complex challenges and seizing strategic opportunities.
MIT Executive MBA Students/Working Executives
The MIT Executive MBA Program boasts the most senior executive MBA cohort in North America. Each class of 126 working executives will undertake this rigorous 20-month executive-schedule program. EMBA students travel to campus 30 times in 20 months, while remaining actively engaged in their careers at the same time. The EMBA students learn while they work, and work while they learn. The curriculum is designed to build General Management skills, a scientific approach to management and includes:
- Global Leadership
- Data-Driven Analytics
- Operations Management
- System Dynamics
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship
EMBA Global Labs
Aligned to the Mission of MIT Sloan, the EMBA strives to equip students to address the world’s greatest challenges. Each Global Lab course focuses on a different aspect of that goal. The MIT Executive MBA Class of 2019 Action Learning lab classes will run from January – April 2019 with March 16-23, 2019 set aside for concentrated Field Study. Some teams will travel outside of the U.S.
MIT Executive MBA Class of 2019 Student Profile
director-level and above
non-local (outside MA)
average years of work experience