MIT Executive MBA | Outcomes

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Program Schedule

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.

2017-2019 Program Schedule

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Curriculum

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.

MIT Executive MBA Curriculum

Integrated and Action Learning Courses Leadership and Integrative Management
  • Perspectives on Creating, Capturing, and Conserving Value
  • Deep Dive on the Challenges of a Multinational Organization
Strategic Management of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • New Product Innovation
  • Business Plan Development
Organizations Lab (O-Lab)
  • Organizational Analysis for Change Initiatives
  • Implementation amid Organizational Resistance
  • Features full-semester in-company project
Leading in a Global Context
  • Macroeconomics: Countries and Regions
  • Global Dynamics and Strategy
Global Labs
  • Organizational Strategies in Emerging Markets
  • Strategic Analysis of Global Challenges
  • Features full-semester in-company project
Leading with Impact
  • Organizational Economics and Strategic Design
  • Delivering Value Globally and Sustainably
Analytical Frameworks Applied Economics for Managers
  • Microeconomics: Firms and Markets
  • Economic Analysis of Corporate and Policy Decisions
Financial Accounting
  • Using Accounting Information for Corporate and Investment Assessment
  • Financial Statement Analysis
Data, Models, and Decisions
  • Driving the Business through Best-practice Quantitative Methods
  • Industry Perspectives and Applications
Introduction to System Dynamics
  • Systems Thinking and Modeling
  • Organizational Design and Management in a Dynamic World
Business Essentials Leading Organizations
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Leadership for the Rising Executive
Competitive Strategy
  • Strategies for Competitive Advantage
  • Modern Strategic Management
Operations Management
  • Global Operations Strategies
  • Supply Chain Management
Managerial Communication
  • Persuasive Presentations
  • Communicating in Adversity
Financial Management
  • Corporate Finance and Capital Markets
  • Risk Measurement and Risk Management
Marketing Management
  • Market Segmentation
  • Marketing Strategy
Advanced Courses (Sample) Advanced Corporate Finance
Corporate Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurial Finance
Law for the Entrepreneur and Manager
New Enterprises
Power and Negotiation
Product Design and Development
Technology Strategy

Tuition Payments (Class of 2018, matriculating October 2016)

Semester Payment Due Amount
Fall '16 10/1/16 $35,115
Spring '17 1/1/17 $35,115
Summer '17 7/1/17 $20,600
Fall '17 8/1/17 $30,115
Spring '18 1/1/18 $35,115
Total   $156,060*

* 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.

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