What is an Executive MBA (EMBA)?
The Executive MBA (EMBA) is a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program. If you are an executive professional, or a rising leader with strong managerial experience, the EMBA program is designed for you. Our five-semester program starts annually in August, and features cohort classes and weekend class scheduling. Your learning will focus on advancing the skills and knowledge you need to solve the evolving challenges in today’s fast-paced economy.
The UTSA EMBA program is taught as a cohort, meaning you start and finish the program with the same participant group. A new class begins every August.
Do I Qualify for the EMBA?
You do not need a c-suite title to participate in the EMBA program. Our successful applicants have an undergraduate degree or higher, a minimum of eight years of professional experience, and have demonstrated increasing responsibility in their role. If you are an aspiring professional looking to become an inspiring leader, the EMBA program may be a great fit for you.
What Does the Program Cost?
An EMBA program is an important investment for you and your future. The program cost is $65,000 for Texas residents and $79,500 for non-residents. As you may fund the program through a combination of sources including personal funds and corporate reimbursements, we encourage you to learn more about available financing options. Federal student loans are available and the program also qualifies for the Post 9/11 GI Bill and the Hazlewood Exemption.
Please note: Due to the format of our program, we are unable to accommodate transfer students and you must be prepared to start in August.
The EMBA program ranked No. 11 out of 91 programs in CEO Magazine’s 2019 Global MBA Rankings.
Our EMBA program is accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), which places our college in the top 5% of business schools worldwide.