Rutgers EMBA Program Information

Rutgers EMBA is offered by Rutgers Business School Asia Pacific. Their institute is located in Singapore, at 3 Church Street, Regus Samsung Hub Level 8.

Rutgers EMBA is ranked by major business publications like Financial Times and Wall Street Journal. In 2012, Financial Times gave Rutgers EMBA an international ranking of 71. In 2010, Wall Street Journal ranked Rutgers EMBA at #20, amongst all other U.S. EMBAs.

The program is accredited by AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate School of Business International).

Program Structure

Rutgers EMBA is delivered in a part-time format, over the period of 14.5 months. Students must complete 18 modules, comprising of 14 core modules and 4 advanced electives. Students will have 38 contact hours per module.

The core modules are as follows:
  1. Aggregate Economics
  2. Law and Ethics
  3. Analytical Techniques
  4. Managerial Accounting
  5. Business Statistics
  6. Managerial Economics
  7. Business Strategy
  8. Marketing Management
  9. Financial Accounting
  10. Organizational Behavior
  11. Financial Management
  12. Supply Chain Management
  13. Global Leadership
  14. International Business
Students are assessed based on their class attendance and participation. They will also have to work on class assignments and group projects. At the end of every module, students will have to sit for an exam.

Class Profile

Students taking the Rutgers EMBA have an average of 13 years work experience. A typical class comprises of students from 12 different nations. Class size is approximately 25.

Entry Requirements

Students who hope to enter the program must meet these requirements:
  • A bachelor’s degree or international equivalent from an accredited university
  • 10 years of full-time work experience 
  • Proficiency in oral and written English
Applicants are also expected to have a high level of maturity and motivation. A representative from the school will interview you, before you're considered for entry into the program.

If applicants have substantial work experience at senior management level, the school may consider taking him/her in, even if they don't meet some of the requirements.

Learn more about Rutgers EMBA here.
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