Executive MBA








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Executive M.B.A., M.B.A.

Rolling Admissions
Executive M.B.A., M.B.A.
Admission
Applicants for the Executive MBA Program must meet Graduate School requirements and additional program standards as specified below:
  • Eight or more years of professional experience preferred, including significant management experience, and nomination of the employing organizations.
  • Applicants are reviewed by the Master’s Program Committee of the Lubar School of Business. The admission recommendations are based upon:
    • Academic achievement and ability to do intensive graduate-level work
    • Nature of managerial experience
    • Contribution to the varied skills of the class
    • Ability and willingness of the individual and the employer to make a 17-month commitment to the program.
    • Proof of competency in the four foundation requirement areas of financial accounting, macroeconomics, mathematics review, and team building and business communications through coursework, or through examinations as approved by the Master’s Program faculty committee. Students are also assumed to have basic proficiency in the use of word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and Web-browsing software.
See http://www4.uwm.edu/business/programs/emba/ for additional information.

Major Professor as Advisor
The student in the Executive MBA Program is not assigned an advisor or major professor. Questions about the student’s program of study, courses or regulations should be directed to the EMBA Director, Lubar N471, (414) 229-6045.

Credits and Courses
Students admitted to the Executive MBA Program will take the following courses.

Required Courses – 43 credits
BusMgmt 704 Accounting Analysis and Control
BusMgmt 705 Corporate Finance
BusMgmt 706 Managing in a Dynamic Environment
BusMgmt 707 Information Technology Management in International Businesses
BusMgmt 708 Marketing Strategy: Concepts and Practice
BusMgmt 709 Predictive Analytics for Managers
BusMgmt 711 Global Supply Chain Strategies & Competitive Operations
BusMgmt 712 Strategic Management
BusMgmt 713 Entrepreneurship: Venture Creation & Management
BusMgmt 714 Managing People and the Role of the General Manager
BusMgmt 716 International Business Management
Bus Adm 752 Corporate Economics
Bus Adm 795 Seminar-in-Management (6 credits to be completed, e.g. Strategy Formulation, Business Ethics, Managerial Accounting, Developing Leaders, Mergers and Acquisitions, Digital Marketing, International Business Simulation, Legal Issues, Innovation Strategy for Managers & Leaders, etc.)

Thesis
Not required.

Comprehensive Examination
Not required.

Schedule of Classes

The Schedule of Classes is a list of classes offered by term.