Take Your Career to the Next Level
In today’s competitive workplace, the advancing businessperson needs an edge. The College of Business at Louisiana Tech University’s Executive MBA program can give you that edge — the advantage that can take your career to the next level.
The EMBA curriculum places emphasis on strategic thinking, leadership skills, and management decision-making. In other words, it is designed to make you a more effective manager. The insight and understanding gained from the EMBA will also equip you to make a difference in your firm. And it offers you the means to earn that next promotion and move you faster along your career path. You win. Your firm wins.
Louisiana Tech’s EMBA program was created with you in mind. As a professional with a demanding schedule, balancing work and personal responsibilities, we know your time is important. That’s why we designed a program to fit your needs and lifestyle.We invite you to explore our Web site to learn more about our Executive MBA program and how it can help you and your firm meet your business objectives and goals.
Why the Louisiana Tech Executive MBA?
All EMBA courses are taught from the executive's perspective. In addition, the EMBA program has two focus courses that provide unique but essential managerial skills: (1) Critical Thinking and (2) Leadership. Critical Thinking is a course in which you will learn advanced problem-solving skills as a manager. Leadership focuses on developing your skills as a leader in your organization and complements your ability to make critical decisions.
The Louisiana Tech University EMBA program is taught in two locations: Shreveport and Monroe. The inaugural EMBA class began January 2009 in Shreveport. The second cohort of students began classes in August 2011.
The Monroe EMBA program began January 2010. This program is offered in alliance with the University of Louisiana at Monroe's College of Business and is held at the CenturyLink (formerly CenturyTel) headquarters. The second cohort of students is scheduled to begin classes in August 2012.
View a printable EMBA brochure.
For more information on upcoming classes in both Monroe and Shreveport, contact:
Director, EMBA Program
Dr. John Francis
Associate Dean of Graduate Programs