Designed for high-potential individuals ready to reach new heights, the University of Pittsburgh Katz Graduate School Executive MBA (EMBA) worldwide program prepares people to lead organizations with confidence. As a truly global EMBA program, Katz operates classes across three continents: North America (Pittsburgh, United States), South America (São Paulo, Brazil), and Europe (Prague, Czech Republic). EMBA students learn as part of an international cohort and travel to each location and practice international business through our Global Executive Forums.
Harnessing the intellectual capital of the University of Pittsburgh, the Katz EMBA program is taught by faculty internationally respected for their research and consulting. EMBA faculty created a management-focused curriculum that encompasses the business concepts and analytical tools used by senior executives.
Built for working professionals, the Katz EMBA program is structured to accommodate demanding schedules. EMBA students typically graduate in less than two years.
Established in 1972, the Katz EMBA program is one of the very first in the world; today we're among the most innovative. We are a Top 10 program among U.S. public institutions and ranked No. 26 overall in the United States and No. 62 overall in the world (Financial Times, 2012).