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Online EMBA for Military

The perfect solution for active and retired military personnel and their families

Online Coursework

  • Degree can be completed in as few as 21 months
  • Courses are on a 5-week course rotation
  • All lectures are archived
  • High quality, high engagement learning

Admission Requirements

  • GMAT/GRE can be waived with 5+ years of professional experience
  • We seek students with a demonstrated record of success in their professional careers and a minimum of five years of professional experience. By developing a program that is intentionally smaller and more selective, Cameron is opting for quality over quantity and the highest level of student experience. While our program is selective, we value the diverse backgrounds of students that will lead to career development, personal growth and solid business skills.

One-Week International Residency

  • An international residency in Europe or Asia attending workshops, consulting with local firms, and networking with professionals to deepen your understanding of how to transact business given national and cultural differences

Two 2-3 Day On-Campus Residencies at UNCW

  • On-campus residencies to foster student engagement and soft skill development
  • Military personnel's leadership and teamwork skills are highly valued in the peer learning process

Degree Specializations

  • Students have the option to take a broad set of classes or specialize in areas such as Finance, International Business or Business Analytics, enabling you to take a deeper dive into the subject areas that align with your career goals and interests

Cameron Executive Network

  • Experienced professionals from around the world serve as mentors to CSB students
  • Colleague interaction and networking opportunities  

UNCW Ranks Highly Among Best Colleges for Vets According to “Military Times”

The University of North Carolina Wilmington ranks 58th on a national list of" Best for Vets: Colleges 2017" by “Military Times,” an independent publication for members of the U.S. armed forces and their families. Among North Carolina colleges and universities, UNCW placed 3rd amid veteran-friendly colleges and universities. East Carolina University ranked 43rd and Western Carolina, 57th. Read More.