USF Executive MBA

Earn more than just a degree – build confidence and credibility to lead for both your business and yourself.

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Deepen your leadership competencies, refine your business acumen, and broaden your experience in solving global business issues with a University of San Francisco Executive MBA degree.


  • 20-month program.
  • A new cohort begins in August each year.
  • Classes meet once per month on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
  • Small-class size promotes active learning in a dynamic setting.
  • GMAT testing may be waived on a case-by-case basis.
  • International trip global business practicum is included in the curriculum.
  • Located in downtown San Francisco.

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Attend a class or information session, visiting the USF campus at 101 Howard Street in downtown San Francisco. Please fill out the form on this page for more information.

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Global Business Conditions

Develops the analytic skills and perspective necessary to systematically analyze changes in domestic and international business conditions. Students are introduced to selected principles of macroeconomic theory through lectures, exercises, class discussions and case studies based on current events. In the process, students gain an understanding of how economic theory can be used to assess the potential business impact of changes in the macro economy.

Leadership and Teams

Integrates the theory and practice of effective leadership. A leader's on-going learning experience integrates thinking at the individual, team and organization levels. Students learn to bring imaginative and disciplined thinking to complex problems to see differently and to act effectively through teams.

Executive Strategic Communications

Presents communications strategies, frameworks, examples, and role play opportunities executives need to achieve their objectives, be more effective in their current and future roles, and feel comfortable communicating across a variety of channels. Whether in-person, online, live-streamed or with the media, the ability to communicate effectively is vital to an executive’s success.