Fox EMBA Program Information

The Fox EMBA is offered at Fox School of Business, the business school of Temple University in United States. In Singapore, their EMBA program is offered at the International Executive Education Center, IEEC.

Fox EMBA program is ranked by major business publication Financial Times, which positioned their program at 63 internationally. The EMBA was also ranked by Forbes, The Economist, and Bloomberg Businessweek in 2008 and 2009. See their rankings here.

Program Structure

Fox EMBA is offered in a part time format, over a period of 15 months. The modules in the curriculum is split into 2 categories - 1) foundation course, and 2) advanced managerial course.

There are 3 modules in the foundation course, they are as follows:
  1. Statistical Analysis for Management 
  2. Economic Environment of the Enterprise
  3. Financial Information Reporting and Analysis 
There are 13 modules in the advanced managerial courses, they are as follows:
  1. Leading and Managing Teams and Individuals
  2. Law and Ethics in the Enterprise
  3. Contemporary Corporate Strategy
  4. Managing and Developing Human Capital in the Enterprise
  5. Financing the Enterprise
  6. Management Information in the Enterprise
  7. Managing Operations in the Enterprise
  8. Managing Marketing in the Enterprise
  9. Strategic Cost Analysis for Enterprise Management
  10. Enterprise Financial Management
  11. Special Topics in RMI: International Risk Management
  12. Managing the Enterprise from a Global Perspective
  13. Enterprise Strategy Formulation and Implementation
Entry Requirements

Prospective students who wish to enter Fox EMBA program, must meet these requirements
  1. Bachelor's Degree
  2. Minimum age of 25
  3. 5 years of working experience
If students have a GPA lower than 3.0, they may have to submit a GMAT for the schools consideration.

All applicants will have to provide their resume and letters of recommendation. They will also have to undergo an admission interview.

Learn more about Fox EMBA here.
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