MBA Programs

By the numbers

67

The percentage of Executive MBA students that report an increase in their leadership abilities at the end of the first year of the program.

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Spotlight

Ming "Winnie" Xiong

Senior Strategy Consultant, North Highland

When Winnie Xiong began her MBA studies at Vanderbilt, she came to a surprising epiphany. Despite her experience working with international colleagues at both large and small companies, she realized that she still viewed the world from the perspective of her native China. At Vanderbilt, she interacted with faculty and studies from many countries and cultures. “Now I view the world from a truly global perspective,” she says.  

Steve Brophy

Vice President, Government Affairs at Dollar General Corporation

During two decades in Washington, D.C., Steve Brophy worked for two senators, was chief of staff for a congressman and served on a presidential commission. His experience made him a great choice when Dollar General hired him in 2010 to direct the company’s government affairs. But Steve realized that his knowledge of business needed to catch up to his knowledge of government. For that, he came to Vanderbilt.

Stephen Farrow

Medical Director, Interim Staffing Program at Department of Veterans Affairs Offices

A month after Dr. Stephen Farrow began working for the VA Gulf Coast Health Care System in Mississippi, Hurricane Katrina swept through. Stephen received the VA Secretary’s Hero Award for his service in response to the storm. As his responsibilities increased, Stephen wanted to gain a better understanding of business and management. Instead of a traditional Executive MBA, he chose the Americas MBA program to prepare for the increasing globalization of health care.

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