We know things are uncertain right now, and you may be questioning whether this is the right time to pursue an advanced degree. You're not alone. Many of the candidates we've spoken with share these concerns. We're here to provide guidance and support to help you make the best decision for your unique situation. We will also continue to offer increased flexibility during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We're currently accepting applications for the cohort starting December 2021. If you're considering applying, we encourage you to reach out to discuss your needs and goals, and get assistance with your application if you decide to move forward. You can request a virtual 1:1 chat or contact Anna Morris, Associate Director of Engagement directly at email@example.com or 614-292-2961.
We take you beyond the fundamentals.
Fisher's nationally ranked Executive MBA program is for experienced professionals seeking to grow as well-rounded principled leaders equipped with a versatile skill set to make high-level strategic decisions. As a cohort-based program, you will begin and end the journey with peers from a diverse set of industries, backgrounds and level of their organizations.
Starting from day one, our integrated leadership curriculum develops principled leaders who are trained to make lasting impacts on their organizations. Our approach is both individual and team-based and creates authentic leaders through lectures and storytelling, but also through a leadership experience — one that is transformative, research-based, intellectually rigorous and facilitated by our faculty with proven success.
Through class sessions and our two experiential immersions, students are exposed first-hand to industry leaders to explore how to raise capital, disrupt an industry and incorporate best practices within various sectors.
Our curriculum incorporates a global perspective that forms an integrative thread throughout the program. It recognizes that successful decision-making may often depend on understanding the current global business environment.
While data and analytics have the potential to inform sound decision-making and reveal new opportunities, that power is diminished if it collides with established ideas and mindsets. The principles of change management taught as part of the EMBA curriculum can be applied to open eyes and minds to the new learning that analytics can provide.
Associate Director of Engagement
Fisher College of Business