As a student in Darden’s Executive MBA program, you won’t wait until graduation to apply concepts and ideas from class to your job — you will do so from the earliest days in the program and throughout the 21-month program.
As our students remind us, the saying about “learn it on Saturday, apply it on Monday” rings true and translates into an immediate return on investment for you and your employer.
By learning in real time, you witness your own evolution from a good manager to a great leader. Week by week, the new ideas, perspectives and approaches you learn can be applied immediately in the workplace. Specific challenges you confront on the job will often serve as the basis for classroom discussions and assignments, and experiences of your professors and fellow classmates can provide solutions.
Michael Chapman, EMBA Class of 2013, describes how Darden's Executive MBA gave him the tools to become a highly effective leader and inspire change in his organization:
Drew Holzwarth, EMBA Class of 2009, talks about why he chose to get an executive MBA at this stage in his career and the return on investment that he received throughout the program: