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USC Catalogue 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Executive MBA Program


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The Executive MBA program is structured for mid-career to upper-career professionals who are fully employed. Rather than a program of traditional course disciplines (e.g., accounting, marketing, finance) the EMBA program offers a more thematic approach — integrating the material and often delivering it with faculty from different disciplines teaching in a team format. Core faculty include the school's most senior, experienced members as well as nationally renowned academic and business specialists. This program is delivered on Fridays and Saturdays (full days) for a two-year period at either the USC campus in downtown Los Angeles or in San Diego. As with the other USC Marshall MBA programs, an extensive international trip is integrated into the program.

Application

Application to the EMBA program does not require GMAT or GRE scores. In addition to the other general admission requirements, applicants should have 10 years of work experience that includes substantial managerial responsibilities. The Executive MBA Admissions office may be contacted at (213) 740-7846; Fax (213) 749-8520; or email: uscemba@marshall.usc.edu. Apply online at marshall.usc.edu/admissions/applyonline.

Program Structure

This program uses a non-traditional interdisciplinary approach to executive and managerial education though "themes" that integrate various functional areas and address classic, yet dynamic, business issues.

The program begins with a six-day domestic residential session. Thereafter, the 21-month MBA program meets Fridays and Saturdays throughout the year with a short summer break. An eight-day international trip is scheduled during the first theme of the program's second year.

Year 1


Year 2


Total units required for degree: 60


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