Reach Your Leadership Potential
Cohort of peer leaders
Benefit from a team-based learning environment, where ideas are exchanged and networks are built
Personal career coach
Work one-on-one with a career expert to navigate your career challenges and trajectory
Dedicated alumni network
Tap into a community of 45,000+ Business Badgers for career opportunities
20 months with summer breaks
Earn your EMBA in four semesters. Implement new insights at work starting after the very first class.
Classes held every other Friday-Saturday
Balance work, life, and school with help from our faculty and staff. Classes held 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Two-week global experience
Immerse yourself in international business and learn from leaders in other parts of the world
A Proven Return on Investment
Graduates of the Wisconsin Executive MBA Program have a strong competitive advantage.
Grow the skills that industry leaders need. Understand the full scope of your organization, and build tools that are immediately applicable to your role as a high-level professional.
- Leadership and organizational behavior
- Operations, marketing, finance, and economics
- Business strategy and project management
- Global business
Diversity & Community
Add your unique perspectives, background, and talents to our program and be supported throughout your MBA and into alumnihood.
Connect with leaders from across the region, and learn from each other’s professional and personal differences.
The Wisconsin Executive MBA Program embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion at its core, and is committed to fostering an inclusive culture that erases inequities.
Inclusive leadership is essential for business and training in this area is built into the executive MBA curriculum.
Learn about the application and admissions process for the Wisconsin Executive MBA.
Tuition & Aid
View information on tuition and how you can finance your Wisconsin Executive MBA.
Experience a Class
Watch this clip from Management and Human Resources 700: Organizational Behavior and learn from Professor Alex Stajkovic as he explains four types of reinforcement theory in the workplace.
Facilities & Amenities
We take care of the logistics. You focus on learning.
Classes are held in Grainger Hall which has three high-tech auditoriums, 30 classrooms, group study rooms, computer labs, a café, and the new Learning Commons.
Meals and Refreshments
A self-serve, catered breakfast and lunch is provided on Fridays and Saturdays, when classes meet.
Just a short walk from Grainger Hall, the on-campus Fluno Center has hotel rooms available at discounted rates on specified class nights.
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