At Michigan Ross, we understand the commitment it takes to integrate MBA studies into a busy personal and professional life, and we do everything possible to support you.
Our goal is to provide each student a streamlined and seamless experience from admission through graduation in terms of lodging, dining, distance learning, tech support, career management, and other elements unique to an executive’s needs. Our hope is that you think only of your studies and leadership development while enrolled at Ross.
Let us handle all the administrative details so you can focus on the work at hand. Harness your full potential as a business leader among some of the most talented executives in the world. Expand your knowledge and sharpen your skills with international entrepreneurs and experts in finance, healthcare, engineering, technology, and more.
You will develop a cohesive network with members of your cohort and alumni, and you'll find you rely on each other not only for course-related work, but also for professional support.
You also will work closely with Michigan Ross faculty members who derive tremendous professional and personal satisfaction from teaching in the Executive MBA Program.
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"The once-a-month format is a huge differentiator."
Earning an MBA while staying on top of work and family commitments seemed like a tall order to Ryan Majkrzak, MBA '13, but Ross’ once-a-month format made it possible.
"I was able to apply Ross tools to my work right away."
Matt Denninger, MBA '13, is a senior marketing manager for Advanced Energy Industries Inc.'s solar energy business. He says the tools he's gained at Ross already have enabled him to apply strategic change within his company.
"I'm gaining the business skills I need to manage change in healthcare."
Betty Chu, MBA '13, is a physician and medical staff president. She says she knew that to be a successful leader and change agent, she had to expand her education beyond medicine.
"Faculty are very focused on practical, real-world application."
Preston Young, MBA '13, says the Ross EMBA program is teaching him to see management and leadership strategy from entirely new angles.
"I'm tackling our toughest issues with confidence now."
Tessa Myers, MBA '13, says she's at a point in her career where she's striving to contribute more value to the organization and take on more strategic responsibility over larger areas.
"My new position came as a direct result of the program."
Prasanna Kumar, MBA '11, says he pursued an EMBA program to give him the skills and credibility to take his career further. In just a short time, the Ross experience delivered.
"Every part of the curriculum touched on an important aspect of my work."
Luke Nachtrab, MBA ’11, describes how he looked at 25 of the top EMBA programs and chose Ross because of its strong emphasis on strategy and general management.
"I got a comprehensive set of tools I've been able to apply immediately in my work."
The general management curriculum gave Larry Pemble, MBA ’11, knowledge he says he’s putting to use across his organization.
"I'm a stronger consultant to my clients and better business owner."
Keisha Strong, MBA ’11, says the Ross EMBA is helping her make real world impact. As a consultant, she’s helping clients leverage her new knowledge for global expansion.
"The FBI is run like a business."
FBI agent Jeff Brown, MBA '11, knows how to tackle bad guys. But the Ross EMBA Program has taught him to tackle finance, accounting, and other business fundamentals.
"Ross gave me great problem-solving tools."
Mike Carscaddon, MBA '08, has nailed a solid foundation in international operations at Habitat for Humanity International. The Ross EMBA Program gave him the data-driven outlook needed for his nonprofit.
"The monthly format was ideal."
John Chang, MBA '09, became a doctor in order to help people. But a contentious meeting with hospital administrators made him realize his profession is evolving — physicians now need a head for business.
"Ross made me a more effective leader."
As a doctor and professor, Edith Mensah-Osman, MBA '11, is leveraging her MBA to lead the business side of research. She calls the Ross EMBA Program the best gift she's ever given herself.