Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA)
36 Credit Hours
The Executive MBA in Banking and Financial Institutions program is designed to develop and enhance a candidate’s skills that are necessary for a position of leadership in a financial institution or regulatory agency. This program emphasizes the integration and synthesis of various disciplines to develop a student’s ability to function and make sound administrative decisions in a dynamic financial institution environment. The EMBA program is suited for qualified students from any academic discipline who have experience in the financial institutions field.
This is a two-year cohort program with a new cohort beginning each fall semester. An annual two-week residency at the main campus is required prior to the start of each fall semester.
Application Deadline - May 31
Tuition and Cost
Additional Program Information
- Graduate Studies Application
- Application Fee
- Official transcript from the baccalaureate degree granting institution
- To be considered you must have a 2.75 GPA in which case no GMAT score is required, or you must meet one of the following formulas:
200 X (overall GPA) + (GMAT score) > 1100
200 X (advanced hours GPA) + (GMAT score) > 1150
- Students without a baccalaureate degree in business must have at least three years work experience in a banking or regulatory position. This experience negates the requirement for stem work as required in the conventional MBA.
NOTE: Applicants who meet all other qualifications but whose combined score using the formulas is less than 1100 but greater than 950 (or less than 1150 but greater than 1000 on advanced hours) will be invited to submit additional supporting information.