Executive Master's Degree

Business Administration (EMBA)

Get the experience you need to advance to the C-suite or a more senior position in just 18 months – while still working full-time – with the University of Regina's Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) program.

Our Executive MBA program at the Kenneth Levene Graduate School of Business targets the needs of professionals at different stages in their careers:

  • Senior leaders aspiring to achieve greater career goals
  • Mid-career professionals who want to build upon their work experience to raise their status, be heard in the boardroom and compete for promotions
  • Anyone who wants to develop a deep understanding of leadership for the modern workplace

The Executive MBA's cohort model allows you to make stronger connections with classmates, allowing you to expand and diversify your wide professional network. You'll also work closely with a faculty advisor to write a custom capstone research paper that will delve into your business interests.

Ben Tingley, Executive MBA, ’17, found the value of the relationships he built immeasurable. He gained new client partnerships and increased his professional network. Ben brought new insights to his company, Bravo Tango, including some key changes still at work today.

What is an Executive MBA Degree?

In short, an Executive MBA helps senior business leaders advance their career. Gain multiple perspectives required to take on executive-level challenges and leadership roles.

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Quick Facts

Program: Master's Degree
Length: 18 months Capstone project required
Offered Through: University of Regina
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The Levene EMBA made me a better leader, better manager, a better person. You will walk away a better person than when you started.

Tim Otitoju
Executive Master of Business Administration'19

Why Get Your Executive MBA at the University of Regina?

In U of R's EMBA program, you'll earn your EMBA degree in a cohort-based lockstep format that will move you toward your goals faster — in just 18 months. You'll use real business case examples to learn how to deliver more effective solutions at your organization and beyond.

Executive MBA Frequently Asked Questions

What networking opportunities do executive master of business administration students participate in?

U of R's Executive MBA program provides many opportunities to connect with your peers in courses, as well as specific networking opportunities and access to:

  • Local, national and international business leaders as guest speakers
  • CEOs leading businesses in international locations

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Can I earn an Executive MBA if I don't have a degree?

You may qualify for our mid-career EMBA option if you don't have a degree but do have 8 to 10 years senior-level work experience.

Executive MBA Program Concepts and Goals

Through executive business administration master's courses like strategic management, negotiation, change management, corporate finance and information management, you can compete for and get senior-level jobs.


Your Executive MBA degree uses business case studies to provide relevant context to everything you learn. Plus, the memorable International Study Tour provides valuable exposure to worldwide markets and global business challenges.

Cap it Off

You'll cap off your master of business administration degree with a capstone research project customized to your interests, completed independently with a faculty advisor.


After graduating, 76 per cent of Regina Executive MBA students who received a new position said they consider the new position a promotion.

What Can You Do With an Executive MBA Degree?

Many advanced career paths are available to you with an Executive MBA. They include everything from vice-presidents and presidents to C-level positions.

  • Chief Digital Officer
  • Senior Vice-president
  • Executive Director
  • Vice-president
  • President
  • Chief Executive Officer
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