Our ideal Executive MBA candidate is a highly motivated, hard-working professional seeking a high quality program to help them advance their career. They recognize the benefit of a predictable, convenient schedule so they can balance work and family commitments. They value a rigorous and challenging program where they’ll gain knowledge and experience along with the nationally recognized degree. They thrive in a collaborative, team-based environment where they’ll learn from their high-caliber classmates, as well as their faculty.
The Broad Executive MBA has been transforming high potential into high performance for over 50 years. Our new Flex option (one weekend per month + online) retains the value, impact, heritage and ROI of the traditional Broad Executive MBA while giving students more flexibility to achieve their goals. Whether you prefer the every other weekend option in Troy or East Lansing or EMBA Flex, the Broad Executive MBA is designed to help working professionals succeed.
Round 5 (domestic only): June 27, 2021
Limited opportunity to join our traditional cohorts in East Lansing or Troy for applicants with domestic transcripts.
*Final Deadline for Applicants with International Degrees
Completed applications are considered on a rolling basis September–June each year. Our admissions committee carefully reviews the comprehensive experience, ability and aspirations of each applicant, selecting those students who will be most successful in the program. The minimum criteria for admission include:
Admission to the Broad Executive MBA program requires the following steps:
Notification of the admissions committee decision is sent by email. Once admitted to the Eli Broad College of Business Executive MBA program, students make a non-refundable $1,000 deposit to hold their place in the class.
All incoming students are required to attend a two-day orientation in early August. You will connect with your classmates, faculty and staff; gain best practices from a current student panel; and develop the strong team dynamics/priorities that are essential to your success. You will also receive your course materials for the residency week and get ready to dive in to the learning immediately. All of this provides you with a crucial foundation for your Executive MBA experience.
Classes officially begin in September, yet students should expect to do significant preparation between orientation and residency.
The following statements are good indicators that you are ready for our EMBA program:
Sound familiar? Then you sound like an excellent candidate for the Executive MBA program at Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business.
Take the next step to advance your career, build a powerful network and transform your life.
The MSU Executive MBA class profile features many mid-career professionals who seek to prepare themselves for the next step in their career. Each class cohort includes individuals who are already in the “C-suite” and those who strive to get there; it is this great mix of talent and experience that create a vibrant learning environment.
This is certainly the case with the MSU Executive MBA! Our program has the rigor of a full-time MBA, just in a compressed format. In fact, the Michigan State University diplomas are even the same: “Master’s of Business Administration.”
Unlike other MBA programs, the Broad Executive MBA offers a no-hassle, no-surprises, all-inclusive tuition package that delivers high return on investment.
The Broad Executive MBA requires a week-long residency each year. Year one is on campus, year two is a global residency with the opportunity to travel internationally. Both are designed to maximize networking and create value while recognizing our students’ demanding schedules.
Although the MSU Executive MBA has many corporate partners, our program welcomes many individuals who partially or fully fund their education. Approximately 75 percent of our students fund at least part of their investment in their future.