Curriculum

Core Courses

The ELMBA program has a set curriculum. Students will complete the following courses:

Fall 

Opening Residency
Applied Business Statistics
Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
Leadership and Managing People 
Communicating in the Legal & Regulatory Environment of Business
Managerial Economics
Emerging Leaders Sustainability Colloquium

Spring

Domestic Field Study
Accounting for Decision Makers
Information Systems & Technology Management
Marketing Strategy
Financial Strategy
Globalization and International Management
International Field Study
Emerging Leaders Sustainability Colloquium 

Summer

Operations Management and Supply Chain Management
Strategic Management
Elective
Internship
Emerging Leaders Sustainability Colloquium
Closing Residency

Residency

You will be introduced to your classmates, curriculum and staff, familiarized with the key elements of the program, and prepared to launch the year. You will stay with fellow students at a hotel near campus and participate in various workshops including team building, strategic management, and case simulation. 

First Fridays

Each semester you will participate in an active learning course where you experience:

  • Tours and overviews of businesses
  • Leadership development workshops 
  • Networking opportunities
  • Team building
  • Panel discussions with alumni and other professionals from the Baltimore and DC metro area
  • Career development
  • Service opportunities
  • Reflection

Internship

You will complete a part-time summer internship in a field aligned with your career goals.

International Field Study

International Field Study destinations are reviewed each year. The 2015 cohort traveled to Beijing and Shanghai, China. Students compared American and Chinese approaches to foreign direct investment, and studied how law, affinity group regulation, ethical precepts, the media, and civil society incentivize companies to work toward improved social and economic conditions. Students have also traveled to Barcelona, Spain. The 2016 cohort will travel to Chile.

Domestic Field Study

Students have traveled to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, Ca. to study emerging technology and to Washington, D.C to study the intersection of business and policy.

This was the highlight of the program for me, the development of self: understanding what I excelled at, what I needed to work on, as well as really discover what I could see myself doing in the upcoming years.

-Joey Pustejovsky '13

After college, I wanted to make an impact but I didn't feel like I was progressing--this program gave me a strong business foundation and opened up a lot of opportunities early in my career.

-Megann Daw '11

I sought out this program looking for increased opportunities, and the ELMBA program has already exceeded my expectations.

-Michelle Esposito ‘11

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Designed for a range of working professionals looking to pursue their MBA at their own pace

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  • Study at your own pace
  • Offered at Timonium and Columbia Graduate centers
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A one-year full-time cohort program targeting immediate graduates or those early in their career

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  • Internship in your target industry
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  • 9-day international field study experience
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  • Weeknight classes; study at your own pace
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  • All professional backgrounds welcome
  • Offered at Timonium and Columbia Graduate centers
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A full time 12-month program for those with an accounting undergrad degree or equivalent accounting coursework

  • 30 credits toward 150 hour licensure requirement
  • Full-time, 12-month program
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  • Weeknight classes
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A three-month graduate program for credits toward the 150-hour requirement for CPA licensure

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