The AUS's Executive Master of Business Administration (Executive M.B.A.) program utilizes an efficient, modular structure that enables students to apply their knowledge and skills directly to organizations.
The Executive M.B.A.'s core goal is to equip students with the skill sets they will need to make significant contributions to the short-term, medium-term, and long-term goals of any organization they will work for. Through personalized career counseling and coaching, the program helps students to understand their leadership style, strengthen their leadership abilities, and increase their self-awareness. Students will learn and develop the business communication skills that will enable them to generate innovative ideas and initiatives for organizations; they will become familiar with the multiple dimensions that define organizations; and they will learn the leadership skills needed for a business to scale up or start new ventures. Moreover, the program constantly evolves to keep up with the latest findings in management research and will be improved upon continuously in order to keep up with the economically and politically turbulent world in which business executives must operate.
The Executive M.B.A. program has four concentrations, requiring students to take the two specialized courses after completing the core requirements, as follows:
HMMB01: Professional Executive Practice
BUAN 51013: Advanced Corporate Data Analytics
BUDY 51011: Systems Thinking and Business Dynamics
HMMB02: Strategic Professional Accounting and Finance
ACCT 51011: Advanced Accounting and Consolidations
FINC 51021: Advanced Corporate Finance and Investment
HMMB03: Strategic Marketing Communications
MGKT 51021: Strategic Sales, Pricing, and Brand Management
MGKT 51032: Consumer Neuroscience and Neuromarketing
HMMB04: Strategic Human Capital Management and Analytics
MGMT 51061: Strategic Management of Human Assets
MGMT 51062: Human Capital Analytics
1. All applicants must demonstrate sufficient English language proficiency by:
Being a citizen of a country where English is an official/major language; or
Demonstrating an ability to communicate in English that is at least at English level B2 in the Common European Framework of Reference.
2. All applicants must demonstrate sufficient academic and professional capacities by:
Having completed at least an undergraduate degree of a minimum of 120.0-semester credits with a cumulative grade point average of a minimum of 2.3 on a 4.3 system used by AUS or equivalent in any subject area; and
Having had at least two years full-time experience with exposure to business processes, preferably the role with some supervisory or management experience or part-time equivalent post first degree.
3. Admission by exception is considered on a case-by-case basis, subject to the following:
(a) Passing an individualized Special Qualifying Examination; or
(b) Passing two business core courses, each one with a minimum score of 70%; and
(c) Having a very influential employment record with a high degree of responsibility.
Points 1 and 2 or 3 must be satisfied before an unconditional offer can be made.
The AUS’s Executive M.B.A. program is dual-accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) in the United Kingdom. CMI is the only organization that can award Chartered Manager status, the highest accolade for managers and leaders. Thus, upon graduation, graduates will be conferred the CMI Level 7 Certificate/Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership Practice, besides the AUS's Executive M.B.A., and will be eligible for the professional status of Chartered Manager (CMgr) and Chartered Fellow (CMgr FCMI).
The AUS’s Executive M.B.A. program is validated by the Institute of Leadership (IoL) in the United Kingdom. Thus, graduates will be eligible for the membership grade of Fellowship (FInstLM), a hallmark of excellence and expertise in the fields of business leadership and administration.