The AU online Executive MBA helps you develop the comprehensive advanced management skills you need for success in any sector—without putting your life on hold.
Challenging, Applicable Curriculum The AU online MBA curriculum concentrates on the key management areas that affect organizational performance: strategy, analytics, human resources, finance, marketing, operations, and information technology. It requires you to exercise your critical thinking and decision making skills, and to apply what you are learning to your work in your own organization—leading to immediate workplace and career impacts.
Collaborative Online Learning AU MBA students and faculty come from many different organizational backgrounds and industries, and from locations across Canada and around the world. The Centre for Innovative Management's unique online learning system encourages discussion and collaboration across industries and time zones, capitalizing on the diversity of our students and faculty to challenge traditional assumptions, stimulate new ideas and generate effective business practices.
Key Leadership Qualities By the time you complete your AU Executive MBA program, you will have gained far more than a new credential. You will be a more strategic thinker accustomed to turning information into strategy and strategy into action. And you will have the depth of knowledge and experience that inspires confidence in those around you.
Electives Concentrations - Tailoring Your MBA to You Online electives and electives in-residence provide you opportunities to tailor your MBA studies to your professional interests. View the 'Electives' page to see the options available.
There are three student intakes per year into the AU online Executive MBA program: winter, spring and fall. All online MBA courses are paced, meaning there are scheduled start and end dates, and assignment deadlines within each course. Individual course activities vary. Required and Elective courses are three (3) credits and the Applied Project is nine (9) credits for a total of 48 credit hours.