USF is proud that its EMBA curriculum is both comprehensive and rigorous. The required courses provide a framework through which students learn to broaden and enrich their management skills, expand their knowledge of modern business techniques and to further their understanding of the social, political and economic forces that shape the business environment. USF EMBA students develop excellent technical skills, managerial expertise, fiscal proficiency, and an understanding of world markets.

EMBA faculty bring a wealth of industry and academic experience to the classroom. The approach to teaching in the EMBA differs from other graduate programs in that it is team oriented and meant to deliver a skill set that can be applied in the student’s profession immediately. Faculty are more than lecturers, they are facilitators in an environment where peer to peer learning is just as important.

For a detailed description of degree requirements, please visit the graduate catalog.

NEW Healthcare Leadership concentration

Beginning with the Class of 2026 (August 2024 intake), students may elect to complete the Executive MBA Healthcare Leadership concentration. Leveraging USF's key strengths in the academic medicine, the Healthcare Leadership concentration is designed for experienced clinincal and non-clinical healthcare professionals seeking to advance into senior leadership roles. Students will benefit from the diverse thought leadership in an integrated cohort for the majority of their program, while specializing in distinct coursework like healthcare finance, healthcare law, highstakes leadership, and high reliability process improvement.

Class Schedules

Classes meet 8:30am – 5:30pm on alternating weekends, one Friday & Saturday and one Saturday each month at the Tampa campus during the Fall and Spring semesters.

Class schedules vary slightly from year to year. Click here for a sample fall semester schedule.