The Rutgers Business School: Graduate Programs-Newark and New Brunswick executive master of business administration program has a well-deserved reputation of adapting quickly to changes in the business world. Hence, the course content described below is very likely to change substantially every year; the requirements listed are only general outlines.
Aggregate Economic Analysis
Law and Ethics
Supply Chain Logistics
Special Topics: China-Opportunities and Challenges
Special Topics Series: REMBA Advantage, which are new modules each fall and spring given by business industry leaders or faculty on current topics of interest. Recent topics have included: Digital Marketing, Managing Change: Strategic and Personnel Issues, Cycle of One, and Estate Planning.
Participants choose three electives out of a menu of
nine. Courses offered in recent years have included International Trade
and Macroeconomics, Investment Analysis, Mergers and Acquisitions,
Marketing Strategy, Marketing Research, Brand Management, Web Analytics,
Supply Chain Environmental Management, Procurement and Global Strategy,
and Project Management. The summer program in China counts as an
elective, thus bringing the total number of electives to four. Students
may obtain a concentration in an area (finance, marketing, or supply
chain, for example) by taking all three electives in that particular
Course List and Descriptions
section of this catalog. New short courses include Lean Start-Ups, two distinct levels of Presentation Skills, a greater global (exchange rate) emphasis on financial analysis, and more options in the field of supply chain management.
The global executive M.B.A. rankings in Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, and Poets and Quants reflect these additions. Over the years, the program has been ranked #2 in Economics, #5 in Strategy, # 7 in Finance, #1 in Administrative Assistance, #8 in Return on Investment. Please visit http://emba.rutgers.edu for rankings details.