The Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) is a defense-focused general management program for senior Department of Navy officers and senior Department of Navy civilians. The program design and course work capitalizes on the current managerial and leadership experience of program participants.
Specifically, the EMBA goals are to provide participants with:
a solid background in management fundamentals;
financial management and acquisition knowledge and abilities;
the analytical- and critical-thinking skills necessary to make decisions under conditions of extreme uncertainty;
opportunities for interaction so that managers can learn from each other; and
projects and activities relevant to today's knowledge-driven, team-based environment
The EMBA is a 24-month, part-time, distance learning degree program. Classes meet once a week, approximately 6-7 hours per day, depending on course units.
Requirements for Entry
The program has the following admissions criteria:
Lt Commander (O4) and above (805) with Department Head tour completed, Lieutenants admitted by exception
Civilians GS-12 and above (807), or middle-level management experience
Undergraduate degree from an accredited four-year college or university
APC of 245 (GPA > 2.6)
The EMBA program entry dates are March and September (805); January and July (807)
Completion of this program results in an Executive Master of Business Administration degree.
Requirements for the degree are met by completing:
37 hours of core EMBA courses
17 hours of an approved sequence of BPP electives
Remaining a student in "good academic standing" as defined by NPS criteria
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