Transforming talented leaders into extraordinary executives.

<strong>Joe Selsavage '14</strong><br>
                		Chief Financial Officer<br>
						Hotwire.com (Expedia, Inc.)<br>
						<em>I am here to be among senior executives in a wide variety of industries.</em> <strong>Erik Waal '14</strong><br>
                		Senior Director of Global Systems, Storage and Backups<br>
						Monster Worldwide, Inc.<br>
						<em>MIT Sloan has provided immediate insights into the business challenges and opportunities we face.</em> <strong>Christina Kite '14</strong><br>
                		Senior Vice President, Corporate Group Strategy and Operations<br>
						Federal Reserve Bank of New York<br>
						<em>I came here to broaden my opportunity to impact my organization, and to impact the world.</em> <strong>Mike Rowell '15</strong><br>
                		CEO<br>
						Efinancial<br>
						<em>The program combines innovative management theories with the techniques needed to quantify the impact. </em> <strong>Diana Brennan '14</strong><br>
                		Executive Director<br>
						Melrose YMCA<br>
						<em>I came here because of  MIT Sloan’s mission to develop leaders who change the world.</em> <strong>Jacobo Almuiña Tojo '15</strong><br>
                		Senior Vice President, Derivatives Institutional Sales & Structuring<br>
						Santander Investment Securities Inc.<br>
						<em>This is the ideal environment to reflect on what I’m doing, to learn, and to grow as a leader.</em> <strong>Kate Liburdi '15</strong><br>
                		Founder and Principal<br>
						The Temptery<br>
						<em>Every time I attend class light bulbs go off and I immediately apply what I’m learning to my business. </em> <strong>Steve Krubiner '15</strong><br>
                		Chief of Staff<br>
						J Street<br>
						<em>MIT offers the opportunity to broaden my network and to build synergies between the corporate and nonprofit sector. </em> <strong>Mamadou Beye '15</strong><br>
                		Manager for International Affairs<br>
						Chevron<br>
						<em>MIT provides a tremendous opportunity to advance my company and our development of energy in Africa.  </em> <strong>Jen Bolt '15</strong><br>
                		Vice President of Supply Chain and Operational Excellence<br>
						Greatbatch, Inc.<br>
						<em>I am here to broaden my knowledge base and to collaborate with world-class industry leaders. </em> <strong>Chris Stolte '15</strong><br>
                		Engineering Manager<br>
						Shell<br>
						<em>I am here for the challenging  curriculum and the culture of idea-sharing and collaboration.</em> <strong>Charlie Maher '15</strong><br>
                		Chief of Staff<br>
						Naval Undersea Warfare Center<br>
						<em>I joined MIT’s EMBA program because of the action learning methodology and MIT’s innovation ecosystem.</em> <strong>Keri McCrensky '15</strong><br>
                		Senior Director of Account Management<br>
						WaveMark<br>
						<em>I am here to inject strategic business thinking into healthcare and my company. </em> <strong>Omid Farokhzad '15</strong><br>
                		Physician-Scientist, Associate Professor<br>
						Brigham and Women’s Hospital<br>
						<em>I am here to take innovations from academic discovery to commercialization and make a lasting impact.</em> <strong>Sai Mahalingam '15</strong><br>
                		Sr. Product Manager<br>
						Cisco Systems<br>
						<em>I selected MIT’s program because of its focus on data-driven analytics and its action-learning approach. </em> <strong>Alain Cohen '15</strong><br>
                		Financing Manager<br>
						Export Development Canada<br>
						<em>MIT offered me the most rigorous curriculum and most experienced student population.</em> <strong>Laurel Taylor '15</strong><br>
                		Head of Industry, Health Services<br>
						Google<br>
						<em>I am here to build an advanced foundation in management and innovation.</em> <strong>Danny Jimenez '14</strong><br>
                		CEO<br>
						Craig Energy<br>
						<em>I wanted to learn from world-class faculty who would challenge my views and sharpen my skills </em> <strong>Mike McCullough '15</strong><br>
                		Business Development Associate<br>
						General Electric<br>
						<em>I am here to challenge my approach to problem solving and to become a better GE leader.</em> <strong>Elizabeth Petheo '14</strong><br>
                		Rural Development Specialist <br>
						The World Bank<br>
						<em>I am here to learn best practices and to design the next set of international development innovations. </em> <strong>Dedric Carter '14</strong><br>
                		Senior Advisor for Strategic Initiatives<br>
						National Science Foundation<br>
						<em>I am here to broaden my capabilities and to tap the institute’s vast management resources. </em> <strong>Cathy Thut '14</strong><br>
                		Director, Strategic Alliances, Ophthalmology <br>
						Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research<br>
						<em>I am here for the innovation, the academic rigor, and the collaborative environment.</em>

Challenge convention. Challenge yourself.

The MIT Executive MBA is a rigorous 20-month executive-schedule MBA program designed for mid-career executives poised at pivotal junctures in their careers. Through advanced management practices and applied learning projects you will emerge with a broader perspective and the tools to increase your impact. The EMBA program is an opportunity to join an elite forum for innovation and leadership, in which you will develop an edge in your management capabilities and build a network that lasts a lifetime.

The application is now OPEN. Check out the Executive Insights Blog to see what students learn and how they implement it.

Program Details

  • 20-month mid-career MBA
  • Classes every three weeks on Friday/Saturday
  • One-week module every six months
  • One-week international project trip
  • Application for the Class of 2016:
      Application Opens: November 15, 2013
      Early Deadline: February 13, 2014 (11:59pm EST)
      Final Deadline: May 29, 2014 (11:59pm EDT)