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    GM/DeVos Graduate School Executive Master of Business Administration

    If you aspire to an executive leadership position within GM corporate or a GM dealership, Northwood University's DeVos Graduate School’s rigorous Master of Business Administration (MBA) program can accelerate your career path.

    The fully accredited, 24-month program includes a customized automotive curriculum and interactive, case-based learning from the industry's most prominent leaders. Developed to meet your needs — as a GM employee with significant professional work experience — this cohort-based degree program provides the additional knowledge, understanding and skills necessary to advance your professional knowledge and abilities.



    About the Program

    The intensive, executive-level program delivers an advanced curriculum in strategic, analytical and operational automotive retailing. The Executive MBA degree core curriculum focuses on the following areas:

    • Human Behavior in Organizations


    • Managing & Leading People


    • Fundamental Concepts and Approaches to Decision Making


    • GM Process Improvement for Managers


    • Financial Reporting


    • Corporate Financial Decision Making


    • Global Markets, Policy & Regulation


    • Competitive Strategy & Marketing


    • Competitive Strategy & Marketing Practicum


    • GM Corporate & Organizational Strategy


    • Management & Leadership Capstone (opportunity to attend on-ground simulation)


    • GM Capstone Project (Directed Study)


    Program Start Date:  Fall 2018

    Program Semester Tuition Total Tuition

    Program      Semester Tuition      Total Tuition
    24-Month Executive MBA      $1,030.00 Per Credit Hour      $37,080.00
    Administration Fees
    Application $50.00
    Graduation $80.00
    Transcript $5 (special delivery charges may apply)


    Charges for the MBA Programs are stated on a Total Program Cost Basis, which includes all tuition, fees, and instructional materials required for completion of the program. The MBA Programs include 36 credit hours taken over 24 months.

    Figures based on 2018-2019 academic year