Executive MBA

The Executive MBA at Loyola Marymount University empowers students to redefine their narrative by building capacity for leadership and strategy in a values-driven environment. Designed for accomplished professionals, our AACSB-accredited 22-month program is delivered on Saturdays via a hybrid format — a combination of online and in-person classes at our beautiful campus in the heart of Los Angeles' Silicon Beach. The LMU Executive MBA is one of Southern California's premier, most respected programs and ranked 27th by U.S. News & World Report in 2021.


Admission Information

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EMBA Edge Scholarship Program: 10 Scholarships Worth $40,000 Each
Submit your application by March 6, 2023 for consideration.
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Gain experience and exposure. Explore where the LMU Executive MBA will take you.
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LMU Lions are making a difference around the globe. Learn how our program can transform your career.
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Accomplished, motivated and committed. Find out who’s earning their LMU Executive MBA.
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After 20 years of public finance experience, including treasurer for the city of Long Beach, LMU EMBA alumnus Fidel Aguayo, MBA '13 is the new LMU vice president for Treasury and Investment.
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As California faces its worst drought in 1,200 years, our EMBA students went inside some of the world’s most innovative and sustainable companies at the forefront of the water crisis.
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Hear from recent grad Marina Samson '13, MBA '22 why the LMU Executive MBA program was the right fit for her career goals.
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Bob teaches innovation from a broad perspective — from ideas or concepts all the way to implementation and support phases — pulling from his nearly 30 years of experience at Boeing.