EMBA students in survey received an average 14.7 percent increase in compensation.
2020 survey shows a 14.1 percent increase in compensation for EMBA grads after program completion.
Study shows a double-digit percent increase in compensation for EMBA students from program start to end.
In this 2018 study, compensation increased by 14.6 percent for EMBA students during their time in the program.
Between his position at MGM Resorts International and a challenging course load, Purdue’s first legally blind EMBA graduate, Donald Barnes, embraced the community and its emphasis on cultural awareness and inclusion.
An Executive MBA has ‘positive impact’ according to 72 percent of surveyed graduates.
Salaries and bonuses on the rise for EMBA graduates, while 2017 has a record number of women students.
2014 EMBAC Student Exit Benchmarking Survey shows strong ROI.
They view EMBA Programs as valuable in developing leaders.