Here at the David Eccles School of Business, we understand that a well-rounded business education is more than lectures and reading. Executive MBA students take the knowledge gained in the classroom and put it into real-life, applicable practice.
This hands-on participation is an integral part of the EMBA experience. The program attracts the most diverse, experienced group of professionals in the state, and since students move through the program as a unified cohort, they have ample opportunity to forge close relationships and learn from each other. EMBA students are treated as the executives they are, with special benefits like catered meals on class days and front-row parking. Beyond the classroom, the Eccles School organizes after-class socials, official family events and casual gatherings. Most of our alumni stay deeply connected after graduating, and many still meet regularly with their EMBA study groups.
EMBA students who come to the Eccles School with partners, spouses and children in tow will find an inclusive environment that welcomes families. From our Business Partners program for spouses, to resources for housing, employment and childcare, we make it clear that partners and families are an integral part of the Eccles Experience. In fact, the Princeton Review ranks us third in the nation for the most family-friendly business school.