The Michigan Ross Executive MBA delivers a top-tier MBA curriculum using a hybrid model of on-site and online learning to suit your busy schedule. Once a month for 21 months, you will meet with faculty and EMBA classmates for on-campus residencies. The program will challenge you, and it requires a time commitment, whether on site or online. Exams are taken remotely, during a three-day Friday-Sunday window to provide flexibility.
Teams are assigned to facilitate the learning process and deepen your network.
EMBA on-campus residencies are typically held Friday through Saturday. Friday evenings are often used for group meetings, review sessions, speakers, and skill-building workshops.
In addition, EMBA students engage in extended, immersive residencies at the beginning of each program year. The program is divided into five terms, beginning in August, with commencement 21 months later in April/May. For more information, see the schedule.
Timeline and course details
Quantitative Skills Workshop
Participants whose analytical skills need refreshing are invited to take advantage of a quantitative refresher video lecture series provided the summer before the program begins. During the orientation residency, participants may attend an optional one-day Quantitative Skills Workshop with faculty lectures and small group breakout sessions led by teaching assistants. A second optional QSW session is held later in the first term.