That's what it takes to earn an executive M.B.A. from UToledo, one of the nation's top business schools — and you don't have to quit your job to do it.
The University of Toledo's College of Business and Innovation offers one of the most accelerated executive M.B.A programs in the region.
Our intense, 12-month program was created with the busy schedules of working professionals in mind. Executive M.B.A. candidates work full time, meet on campus one weekend per month and receive additional content online.
We accept students from many professional backgrounds. You don't need an undergraduate degree in business to enroll.
Learn the leadership and business skills necessary to advance your career or start your own business. Our Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)-accredited curriculum adapts to current trends and business issues. You'll receive ample hands-on opportunities to problem-solve and practice business analysis and strategy with outstanding faculty and professionals in the community.
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Learn from your peers. UToledo executive M.B.A. students typically have five years of managerial experience. We accept students of all ages and from many professional backgrounds — engineering, law, medicine, business and more. This diversity leads to a rich learning environment.
Eager, motivated students. Our executive M.B.A. program is intense. Students work full time and work on their master's degrees full time for one year, with no semesters off. You'll meet on campus one weekend each month, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The rest of the classes are online.
Two-week study abroad. Learn to compete in a global economy. E.M.B.A. students have traveled to countries all over the world to work with businesses. The international trip is included in your tuition.
Hands-on learning. UToledo executive M.B.A. students partner with international and local companies to solve real problems. Our program focuses heavily on teaching you how to minimize risk and make timely decisions with limited information. This focus is one of the major differences between our program and others.
Executive coaching. You will be paired with a faculty member or business consultant who is certified in professional coaching.? Your coach will be a resource for you throughout the program to help you personally and professionally.
Cultivate a network. Each E.M.B.A. cohort forms a close-knit bond. When you complete your master's degree, you'll have strong connections with your fellow classmates, as well as local business professionals and faculty members.
One of the best business schools and E.M.B.A. programs in the country. Eduniversal ranked UToledo's E.M.B.A. program among the top 50 in the country. The Princeton Review has nationally ranked UToledo's College of Business and Innovation (COBI) and recognized the excellence of our M.B.A. program. COBI is fully accredited and an exclusive member of the Graduate Management Admission Council.
Most executive M.B.A. graduates have enhanced their careers with their current employer or through alternate employment.
An employer relations and job development specialist dedicated to COBI graduate students is an invaluable resource for those looking for a job change or career advice.
"By repeatedly putting us in real-life scenarios and making almost all of the projects team-based, our professors in The University of Toledo executive M.B.A. program challenged us to learn how to work together as a team. I was impressed that our professors didn’t have to rely on textbooks to teach us important lessons; they drew from their own professional experiences in the business world. One of the greatest gifts I received from my E.M.B.A. was the extraordinary people I had the opportunity to meet and interact with on a daily basis. I now have this amazing network of friends and colleagues that I can depend on for both personal and professional issues."
Gerald Greer, ’15
COBI prides itself on its innovative curriculum. We stay up-to-date on current technology, issues and trends.