The Villanova School of Business Executive MBA Program
is a 21-month collaboration among highly motivated students, experienced faculty members, and seasoned business leaders.
The program begins in August of each year. You reside at The Villanova Conference Center for an intensive weeklong introductory period then come together on Fridays and Saturdays every other week for the remainder of the program.
You’ll receive maximum value for maximum success.
The Villanova School of Business has put maximum value into its Executive MBA
Program to ensure that graduates will realize maximum value for their organizations and maximum success for themselves. We’ve created a format that allows students to balance their professional and personal lives in a setting that heightens the learning experience.
Our curriculum is continually changing to meet the needs of today’s executive leaders. And our innovative learning environment encourages continual thinking, peer interaction, and faculty involvement; all leading to a gradual transformation of emerging executive leaders into effective executive leaders.
You’ll join a unique learning community that will challenge and energize you.
Here everyone works together, immersed in a rigorous, collaborative learning environment that encourages risk-taking and questioning. You’ll work with a diverse group of executive peers—and an outstanding faculty with extensive real-world experience—to form a strong network of learning.
You’ll go beyond good management…to effective
The Villanova School of Business Executive MBA
Program offers lifelong benefits:
Is the Villanova School of Business Executive MBA Program right for you?
- the sharply-honed business skills needed by executive leaders
- a systemic approach to decision making and strategy implementation
- a strong ability to lead personal and organizational transformation
- a trusted network of contemporaries
We’re looking for candidates who will be challenged by the academic rigor of the program, have the depth of experience that allows them to contribute thoughts and ideas in an interactive learning environment, and have the desire to learn.