Doing an Executive MBA is an important decision, often times one that involves thinking about how your partner and families will be affected.
“After a few months, my family and I settled into a routine. One of the most unanticipated benefits of the program was my children were part of it. As a result, they understood that school is not just for kids. That’s something they will take with them forever."—Nada Shepherd
MBA ’18, Entrepreneur
Family Life Balance
Doing your Executive MBA is no small undertaking; watch how alumni completed their MBA while balancing their family time and competing priorities.
Doing an Executive MBA during maternity leave
Read how Susie Ho, EMBA ’21 candidate, started the Executive MBA program shortly after giving birth to her daughter, Sophie. She writes about why she chose to pursue her MBA during maternity leave and how she made it work.
Fatherhood and the Executive MBA Program
Read how Shady Stasi, EMBA '21 candidate, balanced fatherhood, a pandemic, and the pressures of the Executive MBA Program. He could not have done it without the support of his very own superhero, his wife, Jen, a frontline health-care worker and his number one supporter.
The Executive MBA Workload
Balancing the Executive MBA Program with existing commitments like work and family is no small undertaking, but possible with a little planning. Familiarize yourself with the workload ahead of time to make a plan that works for you and your family.