American University in Dubai Launches EMBA Program

Two-year program is designed in association with Cornell University's Johnson Graduate School of Management

The American University of Dubai (AUD) has launched a new Executive MBA program. 

The new EMBA - which is designed in association with the SC Johnson College of Business at Cornell University - will take two years to complete. The program's schedule is designed with busy professionals in mind: classes are delivered approximately one long weekend per month (Thursday through Saturday).

The EMBA's curriculum will touch on many topics relevant to general management. Some of the program's classes include "Leading in Organizations," "Operations and Supply Chain Management," and "Managerial Finance," among others.

To apply for AUD's new EMBA, potential candidates should have a university degree plus at least six years of post-graduate work experience. English proficiency, demonstrated by an English proficiency test score, is also required.

The American University in Dubai was awarded AACSB accreditation in 2017.

For more information, please see AUD's EMBA program webpage.


Image: American University of Dubai by AreJay / CC BY-SA 2.0 (cropped)

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