The Edward S. Ageno School of Business will launch the first cohort of its newly retooled Executive MBA program this January. The Executive MBA program is for the most experienced and committed executives, professionals and entrepreneurs.
GGU’s redesigned curricula emphasizes the interpersonal skills executives must have to unify, inspire and guide an organization. This practice-based learning program — delivered in a 16-month cohort format — is for managers who aspire to lead organizations. Participants must have at least eight years of work experience, five in a managerial role.
Graduates of a GGU degree program are eligible for a 30 percent tuition grant, and their family members may receive a 20 percent discount with a Community Tuition Assistance Grant.