Executive Master of Entreprenology (EME)
An Executive Master of Entreprenology, is a graduate level degree with a focus on business. In many ways, an executive program is similar to a regular graduate program. Both programs typically have a business curriculum and result in degrees that are of equal value in the marketplace.
The main difference between an executive Master’s program and the standard Master’s program is the design and delivery. An Executive Master’s program is primarily designed to benefit experienced working executives, managers, entrepreneurs, and other business leaders who hold full-time positions within an entity. A full-time Master of Entreprenology, on the other hand, is designed for people who have work experience but plan to devote most of their time to their studies instead of working full-time while they earn their degree.
Executive Master Program Overview
Executive programs are typically designed for working adults, so they tend to be a little more flexible, allowing you time for family, friends or other pursuits. On average, this program can be completed 10 to 12 months, although it is not uncommon for a candidate to complete the program in as little as 6 months.
Because Executive Master programs commonly emphasize teamwork, you could expect to work closely with other students. Ideally, a class or study group would be quite diverse, allowing the opportunity to exchange experience and ideas with different people from a variety of backgrounds and industries. Such diversity allows you to look at business from different perspectives, learning from others as well as adjunct faculty or facilitators.
Executive Master Candidates
Executive Master students are usually mid-career adults. They normally have ten or more years of work experience, though this can vary from candidate to candidate. Students who have yet to begin their career tend to be better suited to the ME programs.