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Executive Master of Business Administration / General Business

Program Details

The online Executive Master of Business Administration at Texas Southern University is designed to meet the challenging needs of mid-career professionals who wish to pursue an MBA degree with the least possible disruption to their professional and personal lives. This program offers today's executive an integrated curriculum that explores relevant issues and challenges faced by executives at the supervisory and mid-management level.

Managers must be prepared to respond to both the challenging economic environment of today and the business opportunities of tomorrow. This program encompasses advanced business concepts such as strategy, leadership and accountability, and managerial decision-making. The program is AACSB-international accredited and is one of the most innovative and practical MBA degrees in the region. The curriculum has been vetted by the local business community and benchmarked against some of the finest Online Executive MBA programs in the nation.

The benefits of this MBA are that students have an avenue to learn advanced business concepts that give them an edge in leading and managing organizations in the energy sector. It provides students with an experience to travel to an economically emerging country through an optional international business trip. This international business trip is a key differentiator of this program. It will emphasize virtual teamwork, and will create the least possible disruption to your professional and personal life.


This program requires a total of 36 credits, with a schedule of 6 credits per semester (Fall, Spring, and Summer terms) for two years.

  • Official transcripts
  • Resume
  • Statement of purpose
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • TOEFL score (international student applicants only)

Accreditation & Licensing

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges

Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)