The Executive MBA (EMBA) program at UT Dallas is designed to enable business professionals to maximize their business performance.
Program highlights include:
- Cohort based EMBA program earned in 17 months over five semesters. New cohorts begin each fall and graduate 21 months later in May.
- Program degree plan consists of 53 credit hours and offers you the best value per credit hour in the north Texas region.
- Classes meet 4 days each month on alternating weekends. Class days run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on campus and include breakfast, lunch, and snacks. View the EMBA Class of 2018 schedule
- One class trip: an international study tour in the fifth semester.
- An Executive Coaching component where students work one-on-one with an executive coach to develop their soft skills such as strategic self-awareness, executive presence, social intelligence, political intelligence and social networking. All executive coaches are all ICF-certified.
- Renowned world-class faculty who are seasoned business practitioners with strong academic credentials and global expertise.
- Strong alumni networks. The Executive MBA Programs has an alumni network consisting of over 1100 graduates representing nearly 52 countries! The Jindal School of Management (JSOM) has over 30,000 alumni with 18,000 active alumni in the Dallas area.
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Executive MBA: A new degree of excellence
The business world is becoming increasingly dynamic with globalization and information/mobile technologies changing how the world does business. The UTD EMBA program offers the cohort approach that encourages collaboration with the most robust curriculum in north Texas.
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Change in our economic environment mandates that companies must be more efficient. Big Data and social networks are increasingly impacting consumers’ buying trends and customer relationships. And, with four distinct generations in the workplace, it’s all about leading and motivating people to maximize business performance.
The Executive MBA curriculum includes the fundamentals of business and now addresses questions such as:
- What strategy does your company need to distinguish itself from your competition, to advance its marketshare, and increase shareholder value?
- How does leadership align, engage, enable, and motivate employees to implement corporate strategy?
- How and where does your company deploy its corporate resources and assets?
- In a near real-time, data-driven business environment, what data do you really need to connect with existing customers, drive new business, and forecast new trends? How do you interpret and use this data?
The Executive MBA (EMBA) degree is earned by completing the following courses.
- ACCT 6201 Introduction to Financial Accounting
- ACCT 6202 Introduction to Managerial Accounting
- BPS 6310 Strategic Management
- FIN 6301 Financial Management
- IMS 6204 Global Business
- MECO 6303 Business Economics
- MIS 6302 Information Technology Strategy and Management
- MKT 6301 Marketing Management
- OB 6301 Organizational Behaviour
- OPRE 6301 Quantitative Introduction to Risk and Uncertainty in Business
- OPRE 6302 Operations Management
- ACCT 6287 Board Membership, Risk Management and Compliance
- BPS 6151 Executive Study Trip – Americas
- BPS 6255 Field Project
- BPS 6254 Enterprise Transformation
- BPS 6256 C-Suite Leadership
- ENTP 6394 Managing Innovation
- FIN 6252 Creating Value through Mergers, Acquisitions and Private Equity
- IMS 6252 International Business Management
- IMS 6351 Executive International Study Trip – EMBA
- OB 6152 Executive Coaching
- OB 6339 Negotiations and Contracts
Below is a snapshot of the EMBA program for the Class of 2018. The numbers in parentheses represent semester credit hours. View the EMBA Class of 2018 schedule.
The Naveen Jindal School of Management reserves the right to change any of the above courses, structure or cost of the program at any time, as needed.
The Executive MBA (EMBA) program at The University of Texas at Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management offers you the best value per credit hour in the north Texas region. At 53 credit hours, our program is the most robust executive MBA in the region.
The total investment for the UTD EMBA program for the Class of 2018 is $85,000. Tuition is payable in five equal installments of $17,000 before the start of each semester. Call 972-883-4600 to learn about early admission discounts of up to $7,000.
Program tuition includes:
Tuition includes course materials such as textbooks, trade books, software licenses, business cases and access to web and video conferencing systems. Students are also provided with an on-campus parking permit each semester.
Note: Students are expected to possess a personal computer with administrator access throughout the duration of the program. Students are expected to have a wireless-enabled laptop computer with a webcam and microphone for course activities. Students must be able to produce, send, and receive documents that are compatible with Microsoft Office and download relevant course software such as Tableau and Jabber Video.
Tuition includes breakfast, lunch, and snacks which are served on all class days.
Tuition includes Executive Coaching which is required in the first four semesters. During your first semester, you will be assigned an executive coach. Our executive coaches have been carefully selected by Dr. Robert Hicks, director of the Organizational Behavior and Coaching Program at The University of Texas at Dallas. All coaches are ICF (International Coaching Federation) certified.
Tuition includes an international study tour with accommodations in a 4 or 5 star hotel with single room and ground transportation within countries. Also included is the airfare between cities in country, the welcome reception, farewell dinner, breakfasts, lunches, and hotel Wi-Fi.
Note: Students are required to pay for their international flights to and from the international study tour location.
Financial Aid Information
Executive MBA students needing financial assistance may apply for long-term student loans. More information is available via the UT Dallas Financial Aid Office or by contacting the Executive Education Financial Services Manager, Paula Baxter at 972-883-4114.
The Executive MBA (EMBA) program at The University of Texas at Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management (JSOM) offers one class trip: the international study tour in the fifth and final semester.
International Study Tour
The 7-day international study tour provides Executive MBA students the opportunity to meet with business and government executives to better understand the dynamic global business environment and culture of two different cities, often in two separate countries. Recent study tours have been to:
- Class of 2017: TBA
- Class of 2016: Cape Town and Durban, South Africa (April 2016)
- Class of 2015: Athens Greece, and Istanbul Turkey
- Class of 2014: Australia
- Class of 2013: Asia
Costs of the international study tour is included in the tuition costs with the exception of the to and from flight of the international study tour location. This gives students the flexibility to use their frequent flyer miles and to travel independently before or after the trip.
Did you know that of the Fortune 500 companies, 18 are headquartered in Dallas/Ft Worth metroplex? Are you ready to maximize your business performance and take your career to the next level? Watch the video below to learn why you should choose the Executive MBA program at UT Dallas.
EMBA Class of 2017
|Class Statistics||Percentage or Number|
|Average Work Experience||15 years|
|Gender||Female: 27%; Male: 73%|
|Ethnicity||Asian: 53%; Black or African American: 7%; Hispanic or Latino: 13%; White: 27%|
|Country of Origin||Ethiopia: 7%; Germany: 7%; India: 33 %; Korea: 7%; Mexico: 6%; USA: 40%|