Look Closer at Emmanuel College
The Location: In the Heart of the Longwood Medical and Academic Area
Our Boston campus is located in the heart of the Longwood Medical and Academic Area (LMA), adjacent to some of the most respected health care institutions, for-profit employers and cultural centers in the city.
Emmanuel's proximity to this world-renowned area has allowed the College to form strategic partnerships to enhance the degrees and certificates offered through the Graduate Studies. Emmanuel is the recipient of the University Professional and Continuing Education Association's (UPCEA) 2010 Community of Practice Award for Outreach and Engagement for Employer and Association Partnerships.
The Faculty: Experts in the Field
Our business/management faculty members bring experience from employers such as Verizon Wireless, Hewlett Packard, Texas Instruments, government agencies and some of the world's best medical centers. Bringing together current knowledge and theory, they address the ever-changing needs of managers today in ways that go far beyond typical textbook learning.
This kind of experience simply can't be matched at larger schools serving working professionals.
The Curriculum: Inspiring Lively Interaction and Discussions
Small management class sizes allow for greater interaction among graduate students and professors. With an average class size of 15 students, you have the ability to engage in lively classroom discussions, share your unique experiences and learn about a variety of professional environments.
Every nuance of what it takes to be a manager is embraced in our programs, including leadership styles, organizational theories of behavior, high-performance team development, communication, strategy and the ethical responsibilities of leaders and managers. Learn more about our curriculum»
The Format: Supporting Professional Growth
Each seven-week class meets just once a week, enabling you to fit academics into your professional and personal schedules. Most students can complete the degree program in two to three years.
We have enrollment opportunities multiple times per year, which help to accelerate the completion of your Master of Science in Management or Graduate Certificate in Management and Leadership. The fall session begins in September, and the application deadline is July 31st. The spring session begins in January, and the application deadline is November 30th. The summer session begins in May, and the application deadline is March 31st. Apply now!»
The College: The Emmanuel Difference
Emmanuel College is where potential meets career growth and real-world possibility. Our principles of education are rooted in ethical values and social responsibility - we develop professional leaders who make a positive impact in the world.
With our decades-long tradition of values-based education, we empower you to become the professional you strive to be: a leader capable of making a positive difference in your chosen field. Learn more about Emmanuel College»