The Kellogg-Schulich EMBA Program Design

The overall design of the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA is efficient, flexible and balanced. The program begins in January and ends in June of the following year. The class schedule minimizes time away from work and maximizes in-class and study team learning.

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Five learning formats

  • Classes every 3rd weekend
  • Live-in weeks at Schulich and Kellogg (USA)
  • International week at Schulich
  • Choice of electives at Kellogg
  • A global strategy project overseas

2020-21 Schedule*

  • Year 1

    Becoming A Global Leader

    January 24-30

    Mastering The Fundamentals I

    February 21-23
    March 13-15
    April 3-5
    April 17-19

    Mastering The Fundamentals II

    May 8-10
    May 22-24
    June 5-7
    June 19-21

    Summer Break

    Managing For Excellence

    Two weeks in August (USA)**

    Driving Strategy Globally

    September 11-13
    September 25-27
    October 2-4

    Schulich International Week***

    October 20-24

    Global Strategy Project

    International trip, 1 week in late November
  • Year 2

    Leveraging Global Perspectives

    Global electives once a month, January to March

    Designing The Future

    Once a month, April to June

    * Course offerings and schedule are subject to change. Students are responsible for their travel costs, including obtaining the necessary immigration/visa documentation to study in Canada (where applicable), to enter the United States to study and to travel to the country of destination for the Global Strategy Project trip, and for the Global Electives Modules in order to complete the program requirements of the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA Program.

    **Students are pre-assigned to one of three groups (“waves”) for the Kellogg Live-in Weeks (USA)

    *** This is a non-residential module for the Kellogg-Schulich students.