EMU MBA: A Bottom Line for the Common Good
*Join us on July 9, 2013, between 4:00 and 7 p.m. for a drop-in Open House for EMU’s MBA and MOL programs. Register now for your chance to visit campus, meet Graduate Program Directors and alumni, and gather more information about our cohort model programs! Light refreshments will be served.
Doing good business
At EMU you’ll learn the difference between a ‘common MBA’ and an ’MBA for the common good.’ Our program focuses on doing good business through Christian values of stewardship, sustainability, ethics, integrity, justice, social entrepreneurship and multi-cultural perspectives.
It’s about common good, not “getting ahead” at the expense of others. Students develop collaborative leadership and management skills through experiential learning, mentored by faculty with international and industry experience. You’ll graduate with leadership and management skills and proven stewardship strategies.
MBA students gain practicum experience in India
As part of a 3 credit elective practicum on sustainable enterprise development, two MBA students – Deb King and Rich Myers – researched, co-authored and published a peer-reviewed case study on Fourth Sector Development. Together with Dr. Tony Smith, co-director of the MBA Program, they presented their case in December 2011 at the International Conference on Management Cases in Delhi, India. Read more…
MBA tracks of study
- General Management
- Health Services Administration
- Nonprofit Entrepreneurial Management
- Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship
The first three tracks of study are 36 semester hours in total, while the graduate certificate is 15 semester hours.
An MBA designed for working professionals
MBA students join cohorts who take their core classes together one night a week. Classes are delivered in a variety of formats including lecture, case study, and group discussion. The MBA is normally completed in two years.
Local businesses play a key role in making our program a success by recommending students with strong leadership potential, and often offering tuition reimbursement for the student, their employee.
Our program is respected for many reasons, one being that EMU students gain a perspective that advances the common good for all stakeholders in business and promotes high ethical standards, stewardship, and peacebuilding.
Experiential learning with faculty mentors
EMU professors prepare leaders to help shape our diverse, local community, as well as our world. The university’s mission and culture encompass the values of ethics, stewardship, and sustainability. Our faculty also bring unique experience – many in international settings – that helps develop manager-leader capabilities.
Contact us for more information!