Executive Master’s in Leadership
The Executive Master’s in Leadership (EML) is a cutting-edge program designed to equip leaders across industries to address critical issues facing business and society.
A typical EML cohort has an average age of 39 years.
On average, 18% of EML students hold international citizenship.
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
Students in a typical EML cohort have an average of 17 years of professional work experience in a range of industries and job functions.
At Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, we design our Executive Education
degree programs to give professionals a distinct career advantage and a worthwhile return on investment.
Ricardo Ernst, director of Georgetown McDonough's Global Business Initiative, explains how our Executive Master's in Leadership program prepares students to become global-ready business leaders.