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The Executive MBA at the University of New Haven offers one of the few integrated learning experiences for the working business professional.

With a program designed to explore the key themes in the life of a successful organization throughout the entire program and not just in a single trimester, students gain a comprehensive view of what it takes to succeed and thrive in today’s complex world.

Our enhanced Executive MBA curriculum embraces an integrated approach to learning, breaking down traditional subject silos, and encouraging students to learn by themes such as strategic thinking, globalization, and leadership.

Curriculum Modules

Module I
(9 credits)

Viability: Building the Foundation

Explore the core fundamentals of what drives a successful organization, from finance and marketing to leadership and strategy.

Learn to make evidence-based decisions and assess risk.

Link functional areas such as organizational culture, finance and accounting, and technology andoperations management to overall performance.

Module II
(9 credits)

Cultural Transformation: Building the Team

Gain strategies for maintaining talent, managing conflict, fostering leadership and teamwork,and increasing productivity.

Discuss ambiguity and multiple perspectives and their impact on an organization’s culture.

Develop reflective skills that integrate theory with management decision-making.

Participate in a Business Law and Ethics weekend to focus on the ethical and legal principles required of business leaders today.

Module III
(9 credits)

Marketing Management: Connecting to the Customer

Explore the core fundamentals of what drives a successful organization, from finance and marketing to leadership and strategy.

Learn to make evidence-based decisions and assess risk.

Link functional areas such as organizational culture, finance and accounting, and technology andoperations management to overall performance.

Module IV
(11 credits)

Sustainability and Global Economics: Connecting to the World

Address the global standards of sustainability and environmental consciousness.

Learn how to evaluate effectively the competitiveness and sustainability of business enterprises.

Participate in an eight-day Study Away session to apply your learning in a global environment. (2 credits)

Module V
(9 credits)

Measurement: Advancing Shareholder Value

Explore management accounting tools and techniques used to generate information for management decision-making and control.

Analyze company financial statements and explore other areas of finance such as cash flow, financial forecasting, and capital budgeting.

Discuss enterprise valuation and enhancement of stakeholder value, financial ethics, and corporate compliance.

Module VI
(9 credits)
 

Leadership: Advancing Company Value

Examine strategic management and decision-making from a senior executive’s perspective.

Examine the growing importance of corporate social responsibility in an organization’s long-term success.

Gain hands-on experience in designing and implementing strategy.