The Executive MBA program at the Marriott School of Management will be the most challenging two years of your life. Designed for the working professional, this intense experience provides world-class managerial instruction in a unique atmosphere. We stress not only the development of rigorous analytical tools and problem-solving skills but also the application of moral principles needed to use those abilities wisely. We want to help develop complete managers and leaders: men and women of outstanding professional capability but also men and women with integrity, faith and strong moral character who will influence the world for good.
Brigham Young University is known for teaching excellence. Marriott School of Management faculty members who teach in our EMBA program are our very best instructors. Not only have they had extensive teaching experience; most have had significant managerial and consulting experience as well. In addition to this stimulating faculty, your EMBA experience will be enriched by the talented and well-prepared students you will work with. Like you, your fellow students will have been carefully selected to bring to the program a rich variety of managerial experiences from different kinds of organizations.
Our program is not easy. It demands hard work, long hours, dedication and sacrifice. But, if you ask our past graduates, they will tell you the rewards are great in terms of personal growth, professional advancement, and the formation of life-long associations with faculty, staff and fellow students.
The BYU Executive MBA (EMBA) Program will attract, admit and graduate students who are committed to BYUâ€™s unique mission. The purposes of the program include
- Help each student strengthen his or her testimony of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ
- Develop in students those management skills that will assist them in becoming influential leaders in their home, their church, their community, and their professions
- Expand our student's vision of their possibilities and opportunities for their future professional development and service
Expected Learning Outcomes
Students in BYU's EMBA Program will
- Develop a better understanding of how faith and professional accomplishment are complementary
- Learn to work in groups and be part of effective teams
- Be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
- Increase their ability to translate ethical values into business practice
- Develop the ability to use technology efficiently
- Be able to participate actively in a global environment
- Become proficient in the subject matter of the degree
minimum 5 years' full-time management work experience with an undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university.