Everything You Need to Know About the Anderson EMBA

Posted By SWatts on Jan 8, 2015 |

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Everything You Need to Know About the Anderson EMBA  

The UCLA Anderson School of Management’s Executive MBA (EMBA) program was ranked the #8 EMBA program in 2014 by US News & World Report. As one of the top 10, Anderson is an extremely desirable and competitive school for admission. Going to Anderson means you will be connected to a wide network of alumni, including the likes of Frank Intiso (MBA 1970) President, COO Falcon Communications and Tom Schwartz (MBA 1983) Managing Director Goldman Sachs. The average GMAT score of an admitted student is 670 with an average age of 37. The final round 3 deadline for Anderson occurs in May.

Anderson EMBA classes are characterized by one year of mandatory classes, followed by a second year of student-chosen courses that can have a specialization or join a concurrent degree program. Classes meet every other weekend throughout the academic year.

Leadership and self-awareness are two key pillars of professional growth at Anderson. Anderson has identified four key competencies of emotional intelligence that the EMBA curriculum and Anderson opportunities aim to build: (1) self-awareness (2) social awareness (3) effective self-management skills, and (4) successfully building and maintaining relationships. To develop these skills, students take two courses on Leadership Foundations, use online-based tools and assessments, and attend an expert series of speakers that have included: Betsy McLaughlin, CEO of Hot Topic Inc.; Wes Bush, President of Northrop Grumman Corp.; and Richard Riordan, Former Mayor of Los Angeles.

In Los Angeles, an international hub for corporate life, students will an ideal location to study arts and entertainment, media and advertising, as well as banking, consulting, energy and tech. An inarguable aspect of today’s business culture is technology and business savvy. To reflect this and to prepare students to meet the challenges of constantly changing technology, students work to develop proficiency in creating spreadsheets, business plans, multimedia presentations, and statistical graphics.

In addition to the traditional EMBA program, Anderson also offers a Global EMBA for the Americas and a Global EMBA for Asia Pacific.