Executive MBA ​Program (EMBA)

Executive MBA Students work together in classroom

Executive MBA Course Curriculum & Plan of Study

An important part of any education initiative is integrating it into your work and personal life. The Drexel EMBA course curriculum was built from the ground up specifically to streamline the time you’ll be expected to be on campus taking classes - as well as with online studies and reading and preparation time.

The executive MBA curriculum is built around 19 courses encompassing 22 disciplines presented within seven different types of executive learning experiences - including classroom, online supplemental sessions, residencies, team projects and a global capstone immersion experience - plus elective courses. Learn more about EMBA course details and how you can plan successfully for an executive MBA.

Total Credits: 49

Term Course Credits Dates
Fall Quarter 2018 (Term 1) (8 credits) LeBow Leadership Experience (LLx) 6 Sept 4-9, 2018
Managing and Leading the Total Enterprise 2 Nov 9-11, 2018
Winter Quarter 2019 (Term 2) (7 credits) Essentials of Financial Reporting 2 Jan 11-13, 2019
Strategy Analysis and IT Strategic Alignment & Disruption 5 Mar 7-10, 2019
Spring Quarter 2019 (Term 3) (7 credits) Executive Electives Week 3 Apr 2-6, 2019
Career and Professional Development 1 Online (begins Apr 22, ends May 18)
Corporate Financial Management 3 May 9-11; May 31-Jun 2, 2019
Summer Quarter 2019 (Term 4) (6 credits) Negotiations and Legal Options 4 Jun 27-30, 2019
Operations and Supply Chain Management 2 Online (begins Jul 8, ends Aug 31)
Fall Quarter 2019 (Term 5) (7 credits) Excellence in Corporate Governance and Brand Reputation 5 Sept 25-29, 2019
Business Statistics 2 Nov 1-3; Nov 15-17, 2019
Winter Quarter 2020 (Term 6) (6 credits) Managerial Economics 3 Jan 10-12, 2020
Cost Management for Executives 3 Feb 14-16, 2020
Spring Quarter 2020 (Term 7) (8 credits) Executive Electives Week 3 Mar 31-Apr 3, 2020
Global Capstone 5 Apr 25-May 2, 2020


If you’d like to learn more about executive MBA course details on the curriculum, we invite you to contact Mark Dierkes at 215.571.3272 or mdierkes@drexel.edu for more information.