The Executive Master’s in Leadership (EML) program employs a diverse set of delivery mechanisms, which combined teach students the art and science of effective decisionmaking in order to lead strategy and change in their organizations.
The Georgetown EML program combines 12 core courses; three residencies — where you bring together everything that you’ve learned into real-life deliverables; and personal coaching designed to give you heightened self-awareness. It is the synthesis of book learning with experiential learning that enables our students to achieve their goals and improve their lives and the lives of those around them.
The EML is a lock-step cohort format, which means that significant learning is also achieved through cohort interaction. Students come from many disciplines and backgrounds: government, military, the private sector, Fortune 500 companies, nonprofits, and higher education. This diversity adds to the academic and student experience as well as to our students’ professional networks.