Southeastern’s Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) has earned recognition as one of the top 30 EMBA programs in the nation. The only Louisiana university among those selected, Southeastern ranked ninth, ahead of such schools as Brown University, University of Alabama, Kent State University, University of Missouri, and Howard University. Southeastern earned its ranking based on finances, academic rigor, and student satisfaction.
“We are pleased that our program is ranked among the top 30,” said Dean of the College of Business Antoinette Phillips. “Our students are motivated, accomplished professionals seeking to build their skills. We’re happy to provide relevant curricula taught by involved, caring faculty who help them achieve their goals.”
Southeastern offers an EMBA program for working professionals seeking convenient online education mixed with weekend face-to-face classes, Phillips said. The program is 60 percent face-to-face, 40 percent online, and accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Students can choose from a general curriculum or a concentration in health care management. Classes include accounting for business decisions, business law and negotiations, business policy and strategy, and statistical methods in business and economics. The program can be completed in 17 months with classes on Saturdays only.
For more information on Southeastern’s EMBA program, visit southeastern.edu/emba.