The Executive MBA program is designed to teach management concepts and skills to individuals who are being asked to assume increasing levels of administrative responsibility. The weekend format of the program enables busy professionals who cannot leave their careers to participate in a full-time program, and receive their MBA degree in 21 months.
Participants move through the Executive MBA program as a cohort, sharing the same educational experiences and working together cooperatively. The lockstep curriculum focuses initially on core business concepts and then broadens while integrating ethical and global issues throughout the program.
The Executive MBA takes approximately 21 months to complete. The program begins in late August and runs through June of the following year. It starts again in late August and runs through May of the second year. The classes meet on a bi-weekly basis and are held on Fridays from 1 to 5:30 p.m., and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be a few exceptions, however, including a new flex schedule during the second year. During the second year, participants are required to attend three full Fridays and Saturdays during designated weekends. For the other six scheduled class weekends, participants may choose to either attend the classes in person or via telephone/web interaction. These sessions will occur on Friday afternoons and Saturdays. For more information regarding this new flexible format, please contact Associate Dean George Bobinski via email. During each class, some time may be spent in lecture, some in group activities, and some in open discussion. The faculty will be selected based not only on their academic specialties, but also for their experience and aptitude in executive education. The classes will be highly participatory.
The Executive MBA Program in Binghamton is co-sponsored by the School of Management and the Binghamton University Alumni Association.
To apply, request a brochure, or obtain guidance, please contact:
You can apply online through the Graduate School's website.
Last Updated: 1/15/14