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The Executive Leadership Master of Business Administration is designed to help you develop the skills and abilities required to effectively and ethically lead in dynamic and highly competitive business settings.

If you are a mid-level manager with a minimum of five years of professional work experience and are interested in advancing into a leadership role, the Executive Leadership MBA is made for you.
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About the Executive Leadership MBA

The Executive Leadership MBA is designed to focus on "Leading Through Change." Our curriculum has a strong and highly engaging leadership focus, providing you with the hard and soft skills necessary for a successful transition into high-level positions.

In addition to addressing the critically important issues in all functional business disciplines, this program has a particular emphasis on:

  • Stakeholder leadership
  • Understanding, leading and creating change across your organization
  • Crisis management
  • Global competitive issues
  • Supply chain challenges

Emphasizing both in-class and experiential activities, learning takes place face-to-face as well as synchronously, using the latest online technologies. The program is a hybrid of live virtual classes and in-person residencies that meet once a month on a Saturday in Northern Virginia*. All executive leadership students have access to executive career coach Michael O’Brien, a TEDx Speaker and author.

*Due to Covid-19, all in-person residencies will be held virtually until further notice.

of MBA alumni would recommend this program to a friend.
Joe Rishell - 2019 MBA Graduate

"When I was about 3/4 of the way through the MBA program I took a leap of faith at work and switched career paths from an internal HR business partner to a client-facing strategy and management consultant. Although I had built a reputation for myself within my firm, having the ELMBA credentials behind my name certainly made the career switch and the soon-to-follow promotion a lot easier. "

Joe Rishell, MBA '19

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