Executive MBA

EMBA Highlights

Convenient schedule for busy professionals
World-Class Support
Expert Faculty
Technologically Advanced

World-Class Support

Your time is valuable. We offer personalized administrative support, from registering for classes to ordering necessary course materials to providing meals on class days. According to Bloomberg Businessweek, we are one of only eight EMBA programs world-wide to receive an A+ for service.

Expert Faculty

Our internationally renowned faculty provides pioneering research and real-world business experience for both the classroom and the boardroom. Each EMBA faculty member is hand-selected by the dean, forming a group of instructors that engage in cutting-edge research that keeps them at the forefront of business knowledge and trends.

Technologically Advanced

Cutting edge technology both inside and outside of the classroom helps enhance your learning experience. We were the first EMBA program to embrace digital technology by creating iPad and other mobile platforms for course materials and classwork.

EMBA News

 Embracing the past

The David Eccles School of Business embodies the legacy of Utah’s first entrepreneur and the school’s namesake, David Eccles. Through four core values, David Eccles forged a path and paved the way for the state’s enterprising business success and the school’s culture.

Leadership

David Eccles was a skilled leader who founded more than 50 successful businesses in Utah and across the Intermountain West. He was also an elected, civil servant. Leadership is a principle instilled and quality exemplified throughout the Eccles...

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Nominations open for ethics education award

Do you know University of Utah professors who have emphasized ethics in their classes, or who engage in activities focused on ethics outside of the classroom?

Nominate them for the Leadership in Daniels Fund Ethics Education Award!

The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative is hosting the awards, which honors University of Utah faculty and staff for their contributions to ethics education during the 2014-2015 school year....

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