George Washington Announces World Executive MBA
Part-time program to be offered over 16 months
The 16-month program will be delivered via bi-weekly classes on Fridays and Saturdays at GW, as well as four residencies: two in Washington DC, and two six-day residencies abroad.
The EMBA program will also involve nine "personalized coaching" sessions designed to promote students' individual leadership development. Applications are open to candidates with a bachelor's degree and at least eight years of "professional organizational experience."
For more information, please visit the program website.
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