Executive MBA Program

The Stetson EMBA Experience

The Stetson University Executive Master of Business Administration (Executive M.B.A.) program offers experienced professionals from any academic background the opportunity to earn an M.B.A. degree in only 18 months while still working.

The Stetson Executive M.B.A. Program is committed to working with you to become the best person, professional, and global leader you can be. A life-changing development experience that is innovative, intimate and delivered in a concierge style with you the client in mind. The curriculum is rigorous and relevant, integrating theory with application. Your personal development plan will help guide you along with the support of your cohort and coach.

Our fundamental belief is that the personal is tied to the professional. Stetson University's E.M.B.A. program is developing self-aware, character-driven business leaders who can manage in times of exponential change, who can commit to a deeper team experience, who want to develop a global mindset, who seek to lead across boundaries, and who do it all with an entrepreneurial approach.

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Our School of Business Administration holds the traditional measures of quality, such as prestigious accreditation by A.A.C.S.B. International. The School of Business Administration and the Accounting program are both fully accredited at the undergraduate and graduate levels by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Stetson University is one of only 178 business schools worldwide hold this accreditation in both Business and Accounting. Stetson University is also one of only 35 private colleges and nine business schools in the state of Florida have received this same recognition. Our top business ranking in Princeton Review affirms the work we have been doing to validate your Stetson University credential, putting you among the nation's elite business professionals.

Stetson University is also accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (S.A.C.S.).