Executive MBA class members provide an extraordinary learning resource for one another. Students are chosen both for their overall abilities and for the contributions they can make to class. The Executive MBA program attracts highly accomplished professionals who share a record of successful work performance and managerial experience, and clear potential for managerial leadership. Each student brings a unique set of skills and experiences. Together, participants create a collaborative learning environment that is second to none.
One of our distinctive features is our strategic creation of study teams. In each team of five or six, there's a general manager, finance professional, marketing professional, an engineer - and to round out the team, we might add an attorney, physician and/or a manager in the media & entertainment industy or other industry not already respresented in the team - creating a microcasm of a small business. UCLA EMBA not only has a diverse class, but diverse study teams.
Top Tier EMBA Program
UCLA Anderson's 22 month Executive MBA Program is designed for working professionals who have demanding jobs with high levels of responsibility. Managers who have worked hard to achieve their positions on the career paths of their choice need not leave those positions for full-time course work. To accommodate their busy schedules, UCLA Anderson arranges EMBA classes for Fridays and Saturdays on alternate weekends. All members of the Executive MBA class follow the same class schedule.
You can download an electronic PDF copy of the Class of 2014 Profile below
|Size of Entering Class||75|
|Average Years Work Experience||13|
|Student Holding Advanced Degree||32%|
|Reside Outside of Los Angeles||44%|
|Born outside of US||41%|
Industries and Professional Fields
The following industries and professions include managers, directors, as well as entrepreneurs working in these fields. The Executive MBA program has students from large, multinational corporations to start-up, entrepreneurial companies.
Executive MBA students commute from all over California and the Western United States. In the Class of 2014, 56% of students commute to UCLA from 50 miles away or more.
Highest Degree Earned