Wharton delivers our undiluted MBA curriculum to working professionals through our executive MBA program in Philadelphia and San Francisco. Wharton emphasizes an intensive core in general management and an unmatched selection of electives in a residential every-other-weekend format tailored for working professionals. Wharton’s EMBA curriculum offers rigorous learning in a collaborative environment. The intensive, cross-functional core curriculum provides business fundamentals and the leadership, communication and analytical skills that are critical to your success. Through electives in the second year, you may then develop one or more areas of expertise or continue to develop a breadth of knowledge. Options to study globally help students become global citizens.
A minimum of 19 course units is required for graduation.
Students are required to complete the core EMBA curriculum and may complete the rest of the required course units with electives. Majors are not required in the executive MBA program but add another option for study.
|EMBA Core Requirements||9.5|
|Electives or Optional Major||9.5|
Students may complete any combination of electives and/or a major.
|Total Course Units||19|
EMBA Core Requirements
|ACCT 613||Fundamentals of Financial and Managerial Accounting||1.0|
|FNCE 613||Macroeconomics and the Global Economic Environment||1.0|
|Select 1 of the following:||0.5-1|
|Corporate Finance (Half CU)|
|LGST 611||Responsibility in Global Management||0.5|
|or LGST 612||Responsibility in Business|
|MGEC 611||Microeconomics for Managers: Foundations||0.5|
|MGEC 612||Microeconomics for Managers: Advanced Applications||0.5|
|MGMT 610||Foundations of Teamwork and Leadership||0.5|
|MGMT 613||Managing the Enterprise||1.0|
|MKTG 611||Marketing Management||0.5|
|MKTG 613||Strategic Marketing Simulation||0.5|
|OIDD 611||Quality and Productivity||0.5|
|Select 1 of the following: 1||0.5|
|STAT 613||Regression Analysis for Business||1.0|
|WHCP 614||Management Communication||0.25|
|WHCP 619||Management Communication: Advanced Persuasion||0.25|
|Total Course Units||9.5|
Students must take at least one of OIDD 612 and OIDD 615, and may take both.
The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2021 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.