A Booth Executive MBA class

P&Q’s 2016 Ranking Of The Best American EMBA Programs

Chicago Booth repeats at #1 but Northwestern's Kellogg School is so close you could call it a tie; Stern and Ross make big jumps

businessman cheer on top of money stairs with sunlight cloudscape

EMBA: The Most Likely Degree To Be Recommended By B-School Alumni

Survey shows high levels of satisfaction and return-on-investment of EMBA degrees

A classroom of EMBA students at Columbia Business School. Courtesy photo

The World’s Big Ticket Executive MBA Degrees

The two-year EMBA programs from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management top the list, costing $187,290 per student

A Haas EMBA student (left) says goodbye to MyFitnessPal co-founder Albert Lee in San Francisco - Ethan Baron photo

Haas EMBAs Follow Silicon Valley’s Expansion

Visiting 28 startups, from stealth phase to sold-for-millions

Luke Dawson when he played for the Kansas City Chiefs

An NFL Executive On His Online MBA Program

Lake Dawson rounds out his skill set at Kelley as he prepares to run an NFL franchise

GMAC Pilots New Test For EMBA Applicants

Six schools to partake in new pilot test

Wharton Tops U.S. News’ EMBA List

Booth falls to #2, NYU Stern & MIT Sloan gain

FT Ranks IE Business’ Online MBA First

U.S. programs fare well in British ranking

Columbia, MIT & Tuck Go Online

Schools partner with startup on MBA courses

Emory’s Executive MBA Reboot

Making EMBA more like a traditional MBA

Darden Bringing EMBAs To Washington, D.C.

Will add a cohort in D.C. & expand global offerings

Back of the Envelope

The Priciest EMBAs

School Cost
Kellogg $187,290
Wharton $186,900
Columbia $182,280
Chicago $179,000
NYU $177,800
Col/London $172,815
Trium $169,500
Yale $167,000
Berkeley $167,000
Duke $166,000

Most Expensive EMBA Programs

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