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Seattle University: Albers School of Business and Economics ×

Accreditation: AACSB

Location: Seattle, United States of America

Tuition fees $ 102,000 (€ 83,690)

Length (months) 20

Program type Leadership Executive MBA

Program description:

Building on the foundation of the Executive Leadership Program, the high-impact Leadership Executive MBA (LEMBA) is intended for executives, experienced professionals and entrepreneurs alike. With broadened awareness and newfound confidence, students go on to master the advanced business principles, tools and practices used by effective leaders in a rapidly changing world. The comprehensive business curriculum includes accounting, finance, economics, marketing and strategy, all delivered from the cross-functional and strategic perspective executives need to drive collaboration, innovation and common purpose. Seattle University’s LEMBA program places a strong focus on leadership ability, which gives students tremendous advantages throughout their careers and their lives. In our close-knit community of faculty, business leaders and peers, students master the art and science of:

- Communicating with clarity and confidence to give vision a voice

- Shaping strategy for a better bottom line and a better world

- Inspiring others—uniting and mobilizing them for greatness

- Cultivating an agile, ethical culture that adapts quickly and nimbly to change

  • Size of the class: 24
Browse other programs by this school: One-Year Bridge MBA

Admission requirements:

  • Experience
    (Min):
    10
  • Managerial experience
    (Min):
    7
  • Other: * Four-year undergraduate or baccalaureate degree * Official transcripts * Two recommendations * Personal statement * Interview
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