The Haub 20-Month Executive MBA

The 20-Month Executive MBA at Saint Joseph’s University was specifically developed for professionals who need MBA credentials to advance their career, but who did not study business or finance as an undergraduate. With credit for your non-business degree and at least five years work experience, the GMAT is not required. Complete this accelerated 20-month Program with minimal disruption to your career and your life.

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Our accelerated 20-Month Executive MBA Program is a lock-step, cohort model. Beginning with orientation at the end of each August, you will progress together through five consecutive semesters, one class per week on alternating Fridays and Saturdays. Once you cover the requisite accounting and financial concepts, you will immerse yourself in our innovative curriculum.

Enroll in courses that focus on the modern enterprise and global business trends; courses that balance business

 

theory with practice, allowing you to apply on Monday what you learned on Friday.

What's more, all Executive MBA students receive one-on-one Executive Coaching and Leadership Development throughout the program.

Our intensive 20-month Program spans 30 courses – 48 credits – over five semesters, to provide a convenient alternative to traditional mid-week classes or full weekend residencies. call 1-800-SJU-EMBA to discuss your educational goals or to schedule a class visit to speak with faculty and executive peers directly.

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AACB The Haub School enjoys dual international accreditation in Business and Accounting – less than 5% of business schools worldwide meet this dual standard of excellence.
U.S. News & World Report The Haub School’s part-time MBA is ranked #1 in the greater Philadelphia area by U.S.News & World Report.
The Princeton Review The Haub School was recognized as one of the nation’s outstanding graduate business schools in The Princeton Review’s annual guide.