Business education, re-envisioned
We’ve re-imagined business education for experienced professionals—leaders who demand a higher level of classroom experience. The courses are probably on point with your expectations from a top-ranked MBA: management, finance, analytics, marketing, strategy, and more. The chairs, whiteboards, and overhead projectors are not that different, either.
But having a CFO in your study group is different. So are expert faculty who tailor their courses to your experience level—and understand you have other priorities, too. That, in essence, is the Iowa Executive MBA value proposition. Classmates with diverse backgrounds. Lively discussions with smart people like you. Professors who respect your experience. All from one of the best business schools in the country.
Invest in yourself
If you find the demands on you have never been greater, it’s a sign. Time to invest in you. The Executive MBA is a strategic investment in high-level business expertise that keeps you at the top of your game—all career long.
Run with the best
Your classmates are leaders. What they're leading varies—a business unit, health care practice, military brigade, or their own business—but their value does not. Our team-based approach makes their experience part of your EMBA experience.
We’re in this together
Everyone in an EMBA classroom is balancing other priorities. How do they make it work? With support from faculty who get that you have a life outside of school, and staff who go above and beyond to make life easier.
Hard to beat for knowledge
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Semesters to complete the EMBA program
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Best Executive MBA in the U.S.
What you’ll learn
What you need to get to the next level is likely different from what has helped you succeed in the past. Leading at a high level requires you to draw from multiple disciplines: change management, organizational leadership, financial expertise, marketing strategy, supply chain, business and data analytics. The Iowa Executive MBA helps you upgrade your cross-functional understanding of business and grounds it in business strategy.
Plus, the immediacy of an EMBA is unparalleled. Apply your newfound analytics knowledge to optimize how many flu shots to order during peak flu season. Draw on your Dynamics of Negotiations simulations to break new ground in your contract negotiations. Your employer has as much, if not more, to gain from the revitalized you.
Run with the best
Kim Colletti (EMBA15) was handling special marketing projects for Kemin, a nutritional ingredients manufacturer, when she decided to sharpen her competitive edge. She chose an Iowa MBA to catapult her into a more advanced role.
Six months before graduation, Kemin promoted Kim to global cognition product manager. Now she builds brand awareness with businesses and consumers across Europe and Japan for a new dietary supplement that supports working memory.Read Story