NYU - Stern to Offer Executive MBA in Washington, DC

Program will feature a once-a-month weekend format, will launch in 2018

New York University Stern School of Business will begin offering its Executive MBA program in Washington DC in 2018, according to the school.

In the EMBA program, classes will meet one weekend a month, which means that students from the surrounding area would be able to travel in for classes. The program takes just under two years to complete.

Two specialty tracks will be available as part of the EMBA: Finance & Analytics and Strategy & Leadership. The program will also include a Global Study Tour, which is a week-long residency in a country outside of the US.

Stern's new Washington DC EMBA is poised to compete directly with Georgetown University's Financial Times-ranked Executive MBA program, which is delivered on Fridays and Saturdays of of alternating weeks.

For more information, please see Stern's Washington DC Executive MBA course webpage.

 

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