You’re experiencing it firsthand: the business of business is changing rapidly. Every industry and organization is undergoing a seismic shift in how they operate, becoming faster and more connected because of digital technology.
The Executive MBA program at the UCI Paul Merage School of Business is an immersive and impactful experience designed for managers, directors and executives who want to develop agility, learn to think creatively, and anticipate challenges and strategic opportunities arising from emerging technologies in the global business environment. Our program maximizes your return on investment by delivering relevant knowledge and skills, valuable connections with peers in other industries and prestigious credentials to accelerate your career.
Our rigorous curriculum has been transformed with specialized tracks of study, new research insights, and case studies that challenge students with the realities wrought by digital disruption across every industry.
Whether you are looking to enhance your current career path or start your own entrepreneurial venture–a Merage School Executive MBA will help you define your impact in the digitally driven world
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An MBA retains significant value in today’s quickly shifting digital business world, offering real return on investment. That was the message Jon Kaplan, assistant dean at the UCI Paul Merage School of Business, presented during a one-on-one interview at the CentreCourt MBA festival hosted by Poets&Quants earlier this month in Los Angeles.
In her new role, Joanna Faulkner will look for new ways to strategically increase business and further foster successful partnerships for JG Worldwide’s global network of companies.
Having worked in various leadership roles at Pinkberry, Wet Seal Inc., Jamba Juice and other well-known companies, Ryan Patel is also a contributor on the CNN network.
Poets&Quants released their 4th annual feature, “Best & Brightest Executive MBAs,” honoring 100 EMBA students who “personify excellence” from the world’s top executive MBA programs.