If I already have a fast-paced job with little time for an MBA, how quickly could the Crummer Graduate School at Rollins College help me advance my career?


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The Rollins College Executive MBA program is designed to be completed in 16 months, beginning in either April or August.

Students who start in April attend class exclusively on Saturdays, meaning they can devote their full attention during the week to their existing professional commitments. The August start offers even greater flexibility with a mix of weekend and online courses. That means there’s little interference with students’ existing jobs and a fairly short timeframe to bring those new skills back to the workplace

Because the EMBA program is designed for currently employed professionals, there’s no need to wait until graduation to start putting those skills into practice. Students are exposed to high-end business technology and techniques through business concept courses and, more importantly, experiential learning. An integrated global research and study project serves to further broaden students’ horizons. There’s also the opportunity to choose one of six optional concentrations and bring those skills, too, right back to the workplace.

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