The Latest Class of Michigan Ross Executive MBA Students Has More Than 1,600 Years of Work Experience
This week, the Ross School of Business welcomed its newest class of Executive MBA students — 114 senior leaders who are ready to explore new ideas, grow personally and professionally, and fundamentally change the way they view business.
The latest class represents the 26th cohort of Executive MBA students at Michigan Ross. They hail from more than 20 different states across the U.S. and work in 30-plus industries and sectors, including health care, manufacturing, financial services, technology, entertainment, consulting, and the military, among many more.
Together, the class has a combined 1,609 years of work experience, which means the students will each bring unique perspectives and work styles to both the classroom and group activities and projects, such as ExecMAP.
Throughout the program, students will work with the world-class Michigan Ross faculty, alongside their accomplished peers, to enhance their leadership abilities and build their business acumen. They’ll make new contacts from around the globe, and when they graduate, they’ll leave the program not only with a best-in-class degree, but a deeper, more strategic understanding of business.
On top of that, Ross Executive MBA students increase their total compensation on average by more than 24 percent from the start of the program to just six months after graduation. Not bad for a 21-month investment.
The Michigan Ross Executive MBA Program is offered in two locations, Ann Arbor and Los Angeles, with a hybrid of on-site and distance learning options that allow students to integrate their studies with their existing personal and professional commitments.