Graduate and Professional Programs
Executive MBA Programs
Global Leadership Executive MBA
The Global Leadership Executive MBA is the University of Houston’s original EMBA program. The focus of the program is on providing executives the leadership skills necessary to assume top level positions within corporations, the government, or non-profit organizations. Students learn real-world problem solving and superior managerial skills that will help them gain a competitive edge in a global environment. The success of our program is reflected in the large number of CEO’s who have graduated from our program since 1978.
Global Leadership Executive MBA Program I is a 22-month curriculum with classes held every Monday and Thursday, 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Global Leadership Executive MBA Program II is an 18-month curriculum with students taking classes Friday and Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., on alternating weekends.
There are 19 modules, 9 core modules and 10 specialized modules, consisting of 48 credit hours.
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Global Energy Executive MBA
Only Executive MBA in Houston offering Global Energy Management (GEMBA)
Never before has the energy industry needed so many new leaders to take charge so early in their careers. The GEMBA program at Bauer College will produce graduates well prepared and poised to bring advanced knowledge to the world’s largest industry.
The Global Energy Executive MBA:
- is designed to prepare leaders to thrive during this time of fundamental change
- graduates will be trained to push innovation at a time when the energy business is moving beyond its traditional boundaries in terms of geology, economics and regulation
- gives exposure to international cultures and companies through our week long International Business Residency (IBR).
GEMBA Program I is a 22-month program with classes held every Monday and Thursday, 5:30 to 9:30 pm. Students take one course at a time.
New for Fall 2013:
GEMBA Program II is an 18-month program with students taking classes Friday and Saturday, from 8 am to 5 pm, on alternating weekends.Students take two courses at a time.
Both options have an all-inclusive price that includes tuition, books, a laptop computer, meals, parking and many other amenities.
Houston’s stature as a global city and the energy capital of the world is remarkable – an energy education in Houston is unparalleled.
Energy Executive MBA at The Woodlands
The Energy Executive MBA (GEMBA) program at The Woodlands is for emerging and existing business executives in the energy industry. This rigorous 13-month program will develop energy business executives into global energy leaders.
Financial Times: Top 20 among public business schools; number 7 in Texas (Top 100 Executive MBA Programs, 2011)
US News: Ranked Bauer number 7 of 10 most popular business schools nationwide (Top 10 Most Popular Schools, 2013)
This program will follow Bauer’s new curriculum format:
Total Program Hours: 48
Core Course Hours: 21
Elective Course Hours: 27
Average Class Profile
- Class size (per cohort): 45 maximum
- Age: 37
- Experience: 12-15 years
If you have questions about the Energy Executive MBA, please contact Bauer Graduate Recruitment Manager, Tanieka Young at email@example.com or (713) 743-4701.
If you are ready to apply, click here to visit our “How to Apply” page for a list of steps required for completing your application.
Domestic Applicants: November 1
International Applicants: October 1
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The Woodlands, TX
The Executive MBA in Beijing
Bauer College’s prominence in energy management culminated in the launch of the GEMBA – Beijing in 2006. This program is offered to senior executives in China’s largest energy companies, including China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC). The program brings world-class energy management techniques to the largest energy companies from one of the world’s outstanding energy economies.
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Graduate Commencement Ceremony
Friday, December 20, 2013
Deadline to file: October 4, 2013
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