Rutgers University ranked #20 on The Best On-Campus Executive MBA Programs
The Best Schools (TBS) ranked Rutgers Executive MBA #20 on The Best On-Campus Executive MBA programs. A respected independent organization of educators, editors, authors and web professionals, TBS provides far more than rankings. TBS provides career guidance through articles exploring a wide range of career options and strategies, and helps students find the best school and degree program to meet their goals.
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Rutgers Business School's Executive MBA, ranked #5 in economics by Financial Times, prepares business executives to advance their careers through advanced education. Students enhance their ability to effectively lead through engaging in key components of the profession. The program emphasizes knowledge and skills such as financial management, international business, global perspectives, ethical leadership, and more. Students may pursue formal specializations in a variety of areas through completing specific elective coursework.
The Rutgers Executive MBA program requires 57 credit hours, and includes the following core courses:
Law and Legal Reasoning
Analytical Techniques for Decision Making
Students complete the 20-month program through four terms. Each term begins with a one-week-long residency, followed by consecutive weekend meetings. Students must also complete a 10-day residency in Beijing and Shanghai.
Students must have about 10 years of professional experience to enroll in the EMBA program. GMAT or GRE scores may not be required.
Rutgers University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). Rutgers Business School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
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