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CU Executive MBA Class Profile


Average age: 38 years

Average work experience: 16 years

Masters degree or above: 17%

CU Executive MBA Class Profile (pt.2)


Undergraduate Degree:

36% technical/engineering

33% liberal arts

31% business

National Recognition


The University of Colorado has a national reputation for excellence and is the largest university in the Rocky Mountain region.

National Recognition (pt.2)


The program is offered by CU's three business schools, which are ranked among the nation's top 20 percent. All three schools have earned AACSB accreditation – the most rigorous available.

Alumni Network


Executive MBA graduates belong to a special alumni group that sponsors continuing education and social programs.

Alumni Network (pt.2)


The Executive MBA alumni network provides an invaluable group of advisors and contacts throughout your career.

Executive-Level Service and Convenience


Program staff handle all the details so you can focus on academics. Downtown Denver classroom facilities resemble a technologically advanced boardroom.

Executive-Level Service and Convenience (pt.2)


You can complete the Executive MBA in less than two years. Class schedules minimize work disruption by meeting one full day a week, on alternating Fridays and Saturdays.

International Component


CU's Executive MBA Program recognizes the imperative of global business understanding by integrating global ceconomy issues throughout the second-year curriculum

International Component (pt.2)


Because there is no substitute for first-hand experience, the program also includes a nine-day educational trip to an international business center

Sponsorship Cost Data


Paid by participant's organization: 45%

Shared by participant and the organization: 30%

Paid by participant: 25%

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Applying to our program

If you're ready to take your career to the next level, consider the University of Colorado's Executive MBA Program. This rigorous graduate program requires a 21-month commitment, so thoroughly evaluate the program's time demands before submitting application documents.

This program requires you to have strong motivation, a high energy level, good time-management skills, and strong self-discipline. Success in the Executive MBA depends upon a full commitment not only from you, but also from your employer and your family. Employer support during the program is critical in limiting work-related travel and allowing time for class sessions.

Mail application materials as they are completed to:

Executive MBA Program
University of Colorado
P.O. Box 480006
Denver, CO 80248-0006

For additional information, contact us or call:
303-623-1888 or 1-800-228-5778

Diversity

The University of Colorado does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, creed, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status in admission and access to, and treatment and employment in, its educational programs and activities. The university takes action to increase ethnic, cultural, and gender diversity, to employ qualified disabled individuals, and to provide equal opportunity to all students and employees.

Brian Good
This has given me a much broader understanding of finance, the way that we set water rates, why we issue bonds at certain times based on market conditions and the economy, and given just a much better overall perspective of what it means to be a leader in this field.

— Brian Good

Director of Operations, Denver Water

Executive MBA Class of 2009