|Program Available Online?||No|
|Application Deadline||June 30|
|English Language Exams:|
Priority deadline - COMPLETE applications that are received by this date are given priority consideration for admission and financial aid (if applicable). Applications received after the priority deadline will be considered on a space-available basis.
Rolling - There is no specific deadline for applications; applications will be accepted and reviewed throughout the year until the program reaches capacity.
The executive MBA is an integrated, 15-month, cohort-based program designed to develop future leaders and general managers in organizations serious about improving customer satisfaction, product quality, and organizational success.
A team of faculty and executives from all sectors of business and industry designed the program for professionals with substantial career experience. Through the use of practical approaches to improving business results and increasing personal productivity, participants will:
Students must have a minimum of six years of professional work experience. Participants work in teams, studying a curriculum that focuses on developing general management skills with a strategic focus. The program is structured in an interactive fashion, with an emphasis on cross-functional integration.
The program consists of 15 months of alternating weekends (all day Fridays and Saturdays), a one-week on-campus session, and a one-week international study trip.
The curriculum focuses on core business concepts, providing fundamental skills, knowledge, and perspectives in accounting, statistics, leadership, finance, and economics. The program develops skills in cross-functional analysis with an emphasis on strategy, marketing, technology, and international business. Interdisciplinary examples, case analyses, and an applied orientation are key components of the program.
The program features practical experience obtained through capstone consulting projects; ongoing support for career-oriented skills such as career development planning, communications, and team building; the application of a cross-functional business simulation model; and a week-long international business trip.
|Course||Sem. Cr. Hrs.|
|MGMT-806||Team Building and Ethics||1|
|ACCT-801||Accounting and Organizational Goals||2|
|DECS-810||Statistical Analysis for Managers||2|
|MGMT-800||Leadership Development I||1|
|ESCB-840||Microeconomics and Pricing||2|
|FINC-845||Valuation and Capital Budgeting||2|
|FINC-846||Financial Planning and Analysis||2|
|MGMT-805||Current Topics Seminar||2|
|MGMT-818||Strategic Thinking I||2|
|MGMT-819||Strategic Thinking II||2|
|DECS-864||Systems Support for Operations||2|
|MGMT-889||Capstone Consulting Project I||3|
|MGMT-861||Managing Technology, Innovation and Research||2|
|MGMT-801||Leadership Development II||1|
|MKTG-865||Managing New Product Commercialization||2|
|INTB-825||International Study Seminar||2|
|MGMT-890||Capstone Consulting Project II||3|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||47|
To be considered for admission to the executive MBA program, candidates must fulfill the following requirements:
Employers sponsoring students must permit candidates to attend scheduled classes, the on-campus session, and the international trip. The program's week-long session occurs in the summer, and the international trip takes place in the student’s final semester. Business owners or individuals may sponsor themselves.
The RIT Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education website provides information pertaining to student skills and capabilities, salary data, career information, job outcomes, and contact information for the Career Services Coordinator by program.