The NAU Roueche Graduate Center Executive MBA Leadership Program admission committee reviews applications and admits students in cohorts starting in the fall and spring of each academic year. Once the required admission materials have been received and are deemed in order, the application process is considered to be complete.
After evaluation of the application documents has been completed, the graduate school will notify the student in writing as to whether he or she is accepted into the Executive MBA Leadership Program.
Admission Requirements – Executive Master of Business Administration
Applicants for admission to the Executive MBA Leadership Program must submit the following items:
- A completed online application
- Official transcripts reflecting all academic work completed at the baccalaureate level from a regionally accredited institution of higher education in the United States or from an international institution of higher education recognized by the ministry of education or other appropriate government agency
- Current résumé demonstrating seven years of related professional experience
- Personal and professional goal statement (up to 500 words)
- A recommendation from supervisor at current employer (NAU may contact this reference)
Click here to apply online. A counselor will confirm receipt of your application.
(please link to online application form https://embaapp.national.edu)
Note: GRE scores are not required.
Executive Masters of Business Administration Transfer Course Credits
A total of 13.25 trimester hours of masters transfer credits or American Council on Education (ACE)-approved military master’s level credits are permitted to be included in a student’s program of study. A transfer credit review committee will review transcripts received with EMBA applications and transfer credit requests received from students. Click here if you would like more information on transfer credits.
Financial Aid and Scholarship Information
The Executive MBA Leadership Program is a major investment of both your time and resources. For most Executive MBA Programs, Company Tuition Assistance is the primary source of funds for the participant. Often the percent of tuition covered is dependent on the participant’s performance in the program.
Further information regarding outside scholarships and how to apply for them is available from the financial services office. Scholarships may be available. Click here if you would like more information.