Executive MBA (EMBA)
West L.A., Irvine, Malibu, Silicon Valley
Once every three weeks, Friday afternoons/evenings, Saturday mornings/afternoons
Minimum seven years experience, two years at management level
SoCal, Fall 2015
2nd Round: July 31, 2015
3rd Round: August 28, 2015
NorCal, Fall 2015
3rd Round: July 24, 2015
September 9 - 12, 2015 (SoCal)
August 12 - 15, 2015 (NorCal)
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Get executive mentoring
Unique to Pepperdine's Executive MBA program, each cohort is assigned a class advisor. These entrepreneurs and business executives are graduates of our EMBA program and bring a wealth of valuable experience and connections to our students.
Learn from faculty experience
Pepperdine's business faculty includes respected scholars, seasoned executives, consultants, and entrepreneurs. Our low student-to-faculty ratio ensures you have ample opportunity to ask questions, share ideas, and build relationships with leaders and peer executive cohorts.
Learn from your own experience
In the first trimester, students choose a company (often their own) as a "live case" study. Making your business part of the curriculum allows you to bring what you are learning directly into your firm to solve real challenges in real-time.
Develop a global perspective
An international research excursion gives keen insight into developing markets and
a deeper understanding of global business. Students visit two countries and meet face-to-face
with company executives to experience first-hand how global business is done.