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A HIGHER DEGREE. The Vanderbilt


Leadership Development—The

leap from manager to leader requires depth in self-awareness, organizational awareness, strategic alignment to corporate strategy and skills in negotiation and influencing teams. The quality and depth of support that Vanderbilt business students receive are typically reserved for high-level executives and reflect the latest thinking and best practices used by top organizations.

All Executive MBA programs offer management fundamentals. The Vanderbilt Executive MBA adds the essential layers that help you reach your full potential as an executive (and your full value to your organization).

Strategic Skills and Vision—Building upon sophisticated

financial frameworks, the program embeds strategic theory and case studies in both first- and second-year curriculum. A hallmark of the program is a yearlong Capstone Strategy Project that takes place throughout the second year of study and features a team-based consulting project with a client company.

Advanced Financial Frameworks—The program builds on the

quantitative MBA foundation with a thorough overlay of advanced financial frameworks including valuation, globalization and foreign exchange exposures— all of which are critical for truly understanding strategic choices and risk.

Management Fundamentals—The core curriculum—the same used in the Vanderbilt weekday program—lays the foundation in quantitative and soft skills including statistics, economics, finance, accounting, operations, marketing and organizational management.


Profile for Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management

Americas and Executive MBA Viewbook  

Americas and Executive MBA Viewbook

Americas and Executive MBA Viewbook  

Americas and Executive MBA Viewbook