UNM Anderson Executive MBA
Earn your MBA in 25 months, network with rising business leaders, travel on an international business residency, and receive personalized career coaching. The Executive MBA program is the MBA for bold business leaders.
The Executive MBA program removes the hassle from returning to school:
- Access your complete class schedule 2 years in advance
- Graduate in 25 months by attending bi-weekly classes on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning
- Textbooks, on-campus parking, self-assessment tools, and meals are provided for you
Convenience, quality, and credibility are not mutually exclusive.
EMBA faculty are experienced educators, professional consultants, and accomplished researchers. This powerful combination of real-world experience and academic prowess means that you will learn to apply cutting-edge business research to your job immediately. Rather than lecturing for 5 hours, your instructors will engage you in evidence-based learning activities to facilitate your development.
Students in the Executive MBA program learn from their colleagues as much as their professors. Students progress through the program as a cohort, working in collaborative teams to devise new solutions and brainstorm new ideas. The last EMBA Cohort began the program with 505 years of collective work experience. That's 505 years of ideas, strategies, warnings, and advice. When is the next time you'll be able to add 505 years of work experience to your network? The next cohort begins in June. You tell us.
Field trips mean an escape from the classroom, the thrill of travel, and the promise of eye-opening ideas. In the Executive MBA program, professional students embark of the field trip of a lifetime. In addition to the global perspectives offered in the classroom, the Anderson EMBA features a unique opportunity to meet with global business leaders, government executives, and educators to learn international business theories and best practices.
Each year, EMBA students choose their own location for the international residency. Where will your cohort choose?
Only 20% of the nation's business schools and 5% of international business schools are accredited by AACSB. At the Anderson School of Management, you know that your education is among the best in the world.
If you're interested in an accelerated program MBA program designed for working professionals, we invite you to find out more at an Executive MBA Information Session.
Information Sessions include:
- Overview of class schedule, international residency, application instructions, financial aid, and more
- Q&A with current students, alumni, faculty, and program staff
- Light appetizers and refreshments