Subjects taught in the Executive MBA (EMBA) program are divided into three phases:
Essentials of Management - 10 months
Acquire core concepts of business and management
Practice of Management - 6 months
Specialise in a particular functional area of management
Cross Functional Management - 2 months
Subjects are taught using a series of complex business simulations. This phase also includes the Applied Business Research submission
A great career in business starts with your ability to apply fundamentals. Master these essential building blocks through courses in topics such as Managerial Economics, Corporate Finance, Marketing Management and Operations. These courses are common and are required for all students, irrespective of their areas of specialisation.
As you progress through the program, you have the option to customise your education by choosing to specialise in an area targeting your career. Each specialisation offers an intensive curriculum that combines functional knowledge management with decision-making tools and frameworks, and real-world learning experiences with industry experts. Depending on your professional aspirations, you can choose from any one of our cutting-edge specialisations:
To ‘major’ in a specialisation, you must opt for 4 subjects in the same specialisation. Those interested in the General Management route can choose 6 subjects from across the Finance, Marketing and Operations specialisations.
To fulfil the requirements of the EMBA program, students must complete 36 credits.