Program Details

    The Executive MBA Program at a Glance

    19 months, May 2019–December 2020, 5 terms, five class blocks plus one immersion per term, 3 days per block, thu–sat about every three weeks

    Schedule varies for immersions. See Program Calendar for details.

    The Berkeley MBA for Executives Program is:


    You bring a lot to the table. That’s why we deliver the Berkeley MBA curriculum in a format tailored to accomplished professionals. Study in an executive MBA program that meets you at your level, and earn the Berkeley MBA degree in 19 months.


    Attending classes Thursday-Saturday every three weeks gives you more time to absorb new knowledge and form deep bonds when you’re here and more time to cement new skills and spend time with family and friends when you’re not. Plus, it makes the program accessible to students from outside the Bay Area.


    A full 25 percent of your Berkeley executive MBA curriculum is experiential, with five field immersions that explore leadership, innovation, entrepreneurship, international business, and business and public policy, so you can apply your learning across a variety of challenges and ecosystems.

    On Campus

    Study on campus at Berkeley Haas, and connect with students in our other acclaimed MBA programs and across disciplines at UC Berkeley, as well as with research and teaching hubs for entrepreneurship, social impact, and more.


    During each block, you stay at the same hotel with your classmates, making it easy to collaborate, share strategies for work, life, and school, and build friendships. Students generally check in to Berkeley's Graduate Hotel on Wednesday nights.

    Application Deadlines for Class Entering August 2020

    Application Submitted By Decision Posted By
    Round One December 3, 2019 January 22, 2020
    Round Two February 5, 2020 March 26, 2020

    Program Cost

    The program cost for the executive MBA class entering in 2020 is $194,000,* which includes tuition, books, hotel accommodations, administrative fees, and most meals during residence periods.

    There is support available for financing your executive MBA studies, including scholarships, employer sponsorship, veterans benefits, and loans.

    *All fees subject to change.

    Learn more about Cost & Financing →

    Residency and the On-Campus Experience

    For students David Reile and Moj Payombar, the on-campus experience and residency aspect are important to their learning and growth in the Berkeley MBA for Executives Program.