76% of EMBA graduates looking for new employment received a job offer (GMAC 2012 Graduate Survey)

37% of EMBA students receive a promotion while studying (Executive MBA Council)

68% of EMBA graduates are given new levels of responsibility during their studies (Executive MBA Council)

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Program At A Glance

  • In-class EMBA Program: Fall start date with courses delivered on Saturdays at our Arlington campus (approximately one free weekend per month)
  • Complete the degree in 20 months
  • Tuition includes meals—breakfast, lunch, and snacks—on class days and accommodations for the residency
  • Week-long global residency
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Our 16-month Executive MBA program with a national security focus offers executives and and military professionals a world-class business education, without the career interruption of a traditional graduate business degree.

Gain the real-world skills and perspective you need to lead within today’s competitive realities with George Mason University’s Executive MBA program. Expand your existing knowledge base of business fundamentals and core management skills and gain a deeper understanding of how to address contemporary global business challenges.

eMBA Program At A Glance

  • Hybrid MBA Program: January start date with courses delivered one Friday and one Saturday per month at our Arlington campus 
  • Complete the degree in 16 months
  • Tuition includes meals—breakfast, lunch, and snacks—on class days and accommodations for the residency


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The Impact of the Mason Executive MBA on Your Career

Our dedicated career services team offers you personalized career consulting services for life. That means throughout your time in the EMBA program and even after you graduate, you will have access to our career services and our broad network of employers.

The Executive MBA Council reports that EMBA students are more likely to be promoted within their organizations than graduates from traditional MBA and other business programs. This is especially good news for EMBA graduates. While most traditional MBA graduates are seeking new employment opportunities upon graduation, most EMBA graduates (80%-90%) are seeking opportunities for advancement within their current organizations.

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