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Executive Master in Management

INCAE Business School presents a part-time executive master's degree, designed to provide professionals with the tools and skills necessary to face these periods of change, crisis or conflict, and lead teams towards extraordinary results.

International modules

The academic program lasts nine months, one week a month, with sessions
synchronous 100% online.

The master's degree is developed by professors trained at the doctoral level in the best universities
of the world and is complemented by experts from the region who will help the participants to highlight
In this world so uncertain.

Participant profile

  • Professionals, executives and entrepreneurs with experience in making complex decisions and managing work teams.
  • Oriented for both the public and private sectors.
  • The participants of this master's degree have historically been part of various industries such as finance, retail, legal and pharmaceutical, among others.
  • The minimum age to apply is 30 years. In exceptional cases, younger applicants have been accepted, as long as the person has extensive experience in their area of ​​expertise.

Why this program?

Executive Master in Management

In an era of great challenges and uncertainty, companies are called to take advantage, driving digital transformation, entrepreneurship and preparing their staff in new ways of doing business.

From this perspective, and in line with its mission to promote regional leadership, INCAE Business School presents a part-time executive master's degree, designed to provide professionals with the tools and skills necessary to face these periods of change, crisis or conflict and lead teams towards extraordinary results.

The formal academic program is led by INCAE Faculty, professors trained at the doctoral level in the best universities in the world, and complemented by entrepreneurs and experts from the region who will help participants understand and excel in this new environment of change.

Academic content

2. Modules

Module 1

Location:

ONLINE
August 14 to 19, 2023

Themes:

  • Financial Mathematics
  • Critical thinking 

Module 2

Location:

ONLINE
September 11 to 16, 2023

Themes:

  • Introductory Accounting and Finance 
  • Political analysis

Module 3

Location:

ONLINE
October 9 to 14, 2023

Themes:

  • Economic Analysis: Macroeconomics
  • Strategy & Crisis Management
  • Entrepreneurship and Corporate Governance

Module 4

Location:

ONLINE
November 13 to 18, 2023

Themes:

  • Economic Analysis: Microeconomics
  • Strategy & Crisis Management

Module 5

Location:

ONLINE
December 11 to 16, 2023

Themes:

  • Communication and ethics
  • Business analytics

Module 6

Location:

ONLINE
January 8-13, 2024

Themes:

  • Corporate Finance
  • predictive analytics

Module 7

Location:

ONLINE
February 12 to 17, 2024

Themes:

  • Corporate Finance
  • Negotiation

Module 8

Location:

ONLINE
March 11-16, 2024

Themes:

  • Operations 
  • Marketing fundamentals
  • Marketing and Branding

Module 9

Location:

ONLINE
April 8-13, 2024

Themes:

  • Managerial control
  • Strategy implementation and Crisis Management

Module 10

Location:

ONLINE

Themes:

Design Thinking: Customer-Centric Innovation

  • Minimum age 30 years and that in exceptional cases, 29-year-old professionals with outstanding work experience are accepted.
  • Curriculum vitae.
  • Interview with the Admissions Manager.
  • Complete the application for admission.
  • Cancellation of for US$200 by admission process.
  • Letter from the company where you work, committing to free the participant the time required to carry out the program.
  • Certificate of grades (sent by University).
  • Graduation Certificate (Submitted by University).
  • Two recommendations in the INCAE format
  • Take the entrance exam.

FAQ

Is it possible to do the Executive Master in Management without sacrificing quality and dedication at work?
It is entirely possible and in fact, it is the reason why the format is modular (1 week per month), to ensure that students can work without interrupting their professional career. In addition, this format allows you to apply what you have learned faster, thus offering a clear benefit to your employer. 

https://www.incae.edu/es/blog/2018/01/19/hacer-el-emba-y-vivir-al-mismo-tiempo.html?seccion=educacion_ejecutiva

Doing an executive master's degree means embarking on an exciting but also demanding life project, whose success depends on the interrelationship between work, study and personal life

Our teachers

  • Eduardo Luis Montiel
    Academic director

    Dr. Montiel is Professor Emeritus at INCAE Business School. He earned his Ph.D. from Harvard University as well as an M.S. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering, um laude, from the University of Michigan. He also studied Liberal Arts at Williams College with a concentration in Mathematics.

  • Luis Noel Alfaro Gramajo
    Teacher

    He is a Full Professor at INCAE Business School. He is an academic, consultant and businessman of Guatemalan nationality. He has been academic director and professor in different executive training programs aimed at the private, public and non-governmental sectors.

  • Jose Exprúa
    Teacher

    Professor of Marketing in the Master Programs of INCAE Business School. He has extensive teaching experience in Latin America and the United States. He has taught at more than 200 seminars, workshops, conferences in the United States, Central and South America. 

  • Niels Ketelhohn
    Teacher

    He is a Full Professor at INCAE Business School, where he teaches on Strategy and Competitiveness. He earned his Ph.D. from Harvard, where his research was supervised by Prof. Michael E. Porter. He has a Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, and a Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Costa Rica. He is a Research Associate at the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness at Harvard Business School, and has been an Adjunct Professor at Tufts University in Boston. He was dean of INCAE's master's programs and was director of INCAE's Research Center.

  • Octavio Martinez
    Octavio Martinez
    Teacher

    He is a professor of competitive and corporate strategy at INCAE Business School. He consultant in strategy formulation and implementation. He has a Ph.D. in business strategy from the University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management. He has an MBA with high distinction from INCAE and a Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Engineering (Cum Laude) from the American University.

  • Maria Elena Carballo
    Teacher

    She is an emeritus professor at INCAE Business School where she teaches courses in the areas of humanities and communication. She earned a Ph.D. in Literary Studies and a Master's degree, both from Brandeis University, in the United States. Her doctoral thesis was on "The Autumn of the Patriarch" by García Márquez, and the Spanish-American novel of the dictatorship.

  • Philip Perez Pineda
    Teacher

    He is a Full Professor at INCAE Business School where he teaches courses on Sustainability Management, Sustainable Development, Introduction to Financial Simulation and Quantitative Methods. He is a native of El Salvador, obtained a doctorate in Agricultural Economics from Purdue University, an MBA from INCAE with a concentration in Development Banking and Finance, and a Postgraduate Degree in Functional Administration with an emphasis in Agroindustrial Management from the same institution. graduating with distinction. He is also an Agronomist Engineer with a specialty in Irrigation from the Autonomous University of Chapingo, Mexico where he achieved honor roll throughout his entire career.

  • Conrado Sebastian Cuevas
    Teacher

    He is an Assistant Professor at INCAE and has a PhD in Economics from the University of Warwick. His research focuses on economic theory and financial economics. Conrado teaches Industrial Organization and International Finance.

  • Jose Nicolas Marin
    Jose Nicolas Marin
    Teacher

    The Emeritus Professor of INCAE Business School, Nicolás Marín, originally from Nicaragua, specializes in the areas of banking, finance, international business and business strategy. He has been a consultant and director of industrial, banking and financial companies in the United States and in Latin America. In addition, he has co-authored several books, including: Analysis of Strategic Investments and Mergers and Acquisitions in Practice. In 2013, he was nominated for Business Professor of the Year at the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) of The Economist magazine.

  • Florian M. Federspiel
    Teacher

    He is an Assistant Professor at INCAE Business School where he focuses on Management Decision Sciences. He earned his PhD in Management Decision Sciences from IE Business School and an MSc. in International Management from the same school. He is also an Adjunct Professor in the area of ​​Operations and Technology at IE Business School, and a member of the Decision Analysis Society (INFORMS).

  • Forrest colburn
    Teacher

    Professor Forrest D. Colburn received his doctorate in government from Cornell University. Currently, he is a professor at the City University of New York (CUNY) and a visiting professor at INCAE Business School. He was a member of the Princeton University faculty for eight years. He was a visiting professor at Addis Ababa University (in Ethiopia), Universidad de Adolfo Ibáñez (Chile), New York University (NYU) and Princeton University. He was a member of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton and was awarded a Fulbright award.

  • William Cardoza
    Teacher

    He is a full-time professor (Full Professor) of Innovation and Change Management at INCAE Business School. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics and Development from the Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris III University, he completed Post Doctorates at KSG-Harvard University and the Sloan School of Management-MIT and is a Visiting Scholar at DRCLA-Harvard University and Sloan School of Management-MIT.

  • Arnoldo Rodriguez
    Teacher

    He is an Associate Professor at INCAE Business School where he teaches in the areas of Financial Accounting, Management Accounting and Control. He earned his Ph.D. from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. Likewise, he is a graduate of INCAE's master's degree. Professor Rodríguez is the Director of INCAE's Master's program in Analytics, Innovation and Technology (MAIT).

  • Ramiro Caso
    Teacher
    Psychologist by profession, Ramiro Casó has developed his career in two areas: communication and teaching ...
  • Rocío Pastor
    Teacher

    Director of the ExEd office, professor of Negotiation at INCAE. He combines his professional experience, of more than 20 years, in the areas of communication, human capital and change management to support companies and their leaders to build healthy cultures that drive business results. She is an enthusiastic strategic partner for organizations committed to unleashing the potential of their people, strengthening the quality of leadership, and building high-performing teams. 

  • William D. Selva
    William D. Selva
    Teacher
    Guillermo Selva Tapia, a full-time senior lecturer, holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration with a specialization in Operations Management from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He also holds two degrees from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, a Master of Electromechanical Engineering (MScEE) and a Master of Industrial and Systems Engineering ...
  • Eduardo Luis Montiel
    Academic director
  • Luis Noel Alfaro Gramajo
    Teacher
  • Jose Exprúa
    Teacher
  • Niels Ketelhohn
    Teacher
  • Octavio Martinez
    Octavio Martinez
    Teacher
  • Maria Elena Carballo
    Teacher
  • Philip Perez Pineda
    Teacher
  • Conrado Sebastian Cuevas
    Teacher
  • Jose Nicolas Marin
    Jose Nicolas Marin
    Teacher
  • Florian M. Federspiel
    Teacher
  • Forrest colburn
    Teacher
  • William Cardoza
    Teacher
  • Arnoldo Rodriguez
    Teacher
  • Ramiro Caso
    Teacher
  • Rocío Pastor
    Teacher
  • William D. Selva
    William D. Selva
    Teacher

The investment for our next edition is

The investment for our next edition is: 
for US$25.000

Starts

Start: 
August 2023

Includes:

The investment includes 100% of the tuition, teaching material and academic degree.

Quota return policy:

The space reservation is non-refundable. You can freeze your reservation, to be used within a calendar year, from the start date of the program for which you originally applied.

This request must be made at least 30 calendar days before the start of the program to which you apply.

If the request is received within 30 days before the start of the program or after receiving access to the pre-program, it cannot be used for another program. In the event that the registration for the edition to which it is transferred is greater than the amount paid, the participant must cover the difference.

This reservation is not transferable and may only be used in INCAE academic programs and only during the period indicated above.

Payment structure

  • Once the candidate has been accepted into the program, an initial payment of US $ 4.000 will be required to reserve the space, corresponding to the enrollment. 
  • Subsequently, you must pay the rest of the amount in 4 equal installments, as follows: 
Payment calendar
Quota Date
Quota 1: for US$5.250 July 15 2023
Quota 2: for US$5.250 August 15 2023
Quota 3: for US$5.250 14 October 2023
Quota 4: for US$5.250 December 9 2023
$ 25.000

Financing options

Once admission has been received, there are several financing options, scholarships and other resources that INCAE makes available to applicants to cover the costs of the executive master's degree.

Because the institution receives students of various nationalities, it is recommended in the first instance to visit the local Ministry of Foreign Affairs of your country, as well as scholarship offices of higher education institutions, which can provide specific information to the particularities of each applicant.

Some financing options:

 

  • Costa Rica: BAC Credomatic, Banco Nacional, Banco Popular, CONAPE, COOPENAE, COOPESERVIDORES.
  • Nicaragua: Banpro, BDF and BAC Credomatic
  • Guatemala: G&T Continental, BAC Credomatic and Banco Industrial.
  • Honduras: Banco Lafise, BAC Credomatic and Ficohsa
  • El Salvador: Davivienda, Banco Agrícola and Banco Industrial.
  • Panama: IFARHU.
  • Peru: BCP and BBVA
  • Paraguay: Banco Vision and Banco Atlas
  • Bolivia: Banco BISA SA and Banco Crecer
  • Ecuador: Bank of Guayaquil and Banco Pichincha.
  • Dominican Republic: Fundapec
  • Colombia: Bancolombia
.

INCAE reserves the right to change the programming and the assignment of Faculty