Our 20-month curriculum is optimized for the executive schedule. It includes four week-long modules for integrated learning, 26 Friday-through-Saturday weekend sessions for iterative development, and a one-week international project trip during the capstone Global Labs action learning experience.
The MIT Executive MBA curriculum combines critical, data-driven analytical approaches with the fundamentals of business leadership. Drawing on our faculty’s deep expertise in finance, entrepreneurship, global management, and more, we use an integrative, action learning-based approach to executive-level management education.
Course titles and sample topics are below. For the detailed course sequence, please refer to the Program Schedule.
|Integrated and Action Learning Courses||
Leadership and Integrative Management
Applied Economics for Managers
|Advanced Courses (Sample)||
Advanced Corporate Finance|
Law for the Entrepreneur and Manager
Power and Negotiation
Product Design and Development
* Tuition includes all digital materials and textbooks, as well as basic travel costs during the Global Labs project trip.
Deposit: $10,000. Due upon acceptance and applied to first semester tuition.
Other estimated expenses (not included in tuition and not required for all EMBA students):
• Hotel accommodations: ~$20,000 (not required)
• Travel: varies based on where the participant lives
• Computer and supplies: (if you anticipate buying a new computer)
• Health insurance: All students must have health insurance. You may continue your current US-based insurance if it meets MIT’s health insurance requirements. Otherwise, you must purchase MIT insurance.