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Theresa S. Falcon Executive MBA Program
Baker Hall 123
(309) 677-2256
lstuffle@bradley.edu

"The EMBA program at Bradley gave me much more than the skills needed to compete in corporate America.  I learned the importance that teamwork, dedication, and friendship play in the true success of the everyday manager."

Dyrke Maricle
Director, Retail Sales of Central Illinois
Goodwill Industries

Class Profile

Balanced Dynamic

Participants in the Executive MBA Program bring diverse business and social backgrounds and a broad base of leadership experience. On average, participants are 40 years of age with 10 years management experience and currently work as business managers or owners, entrepreneurs, CEO’s, CFO’s, presidents, vice presidents, directors, or in other equivalent leadership positions. Participants work for local as well as foreign–owned companies within a multitude of industries from the insurance and medical fields to agricultural industries, and from government agencies to the social service sector.

Participants find that insights learned in the classroom both inform and transform their professional and personal relationships. Study groups, mealtimes, and break times become an important social outlet and an informal opportunity to develop meaningful professional associations and learn about different corporate cultures and organizational structures. Speakers, workshops, business visits and social events, sponsored by the MBA Association, provide an opportunity to include family in the experience and further new friendships in a non–work environment.

Dedicated

Because the Executive MBA program focuses on developing the whole person as a leader, a professional, and as a person, we are dedicated to admitting participants who keep a healthy balance of personal and professional commitments. Actively involved in their community, family, and career, our EMBA participants thrive on the rigor of the program and are committed to making the most of this educational investment—for themselves and their organization.

Industries Represented
Positions

Broad

As a part of the Theresa S. Falcon Executive Speaker Series, participants learn from internationally known speakers, scholars, and business leaders who visit the classroom for both formal presentations and informal discussions. An international trip offers another venue for examination of topics discussed in class and an opportunity to practice skills in a new environment.

Participating Companies

Many participating companies include the Executive MBA Program as a part of their professional development strategy and sponsor talented, aspiring executives in their education. Companies that sponsor EMBA students include Fortune 1000 corporations, start–up enterprises, small and mid–sized companies, government agencies, and non–profit organizations. The following companies have sponsored employees in the EMBA program, and in doing so have agreed to certain sponsorship requirements.

  • ACCSC
  • Jackson Holdings, LLC.
  • Afni, Inc.
  • Jim Maloof/Realtor
  • Alere, Inc.
  • JP Morgan Chase
  • Ameren Energy Resources Generating
  • Komatsu America Corp.*
  • ATS, Inc*
  • KKW Technologies, Inc.
  • (The) Auto Club (AAA)
  • Lincoln Office
  • (The) Berlinger Companies
  • L.R. Nelson Corporation*
  • Block Communications
  • Lonza Chemical
  • Boys & Girls Club of Greater Peoria
  • Martin Engineering
  • Brewer’s Distributing
  • Mason District Hospital
  • C & A Floorcoverings
  • McDonough Power Co-op.
  • C & V Leasing
  • MedPro Advantage, LLC
  • Cady Oil
  • Medtronics
  • Caravan Ingredients
  • Methodist Medical Center*
  • CASA of Peoria County
  • Morton Buildings, Inc.
  • Caterpillar, Inc.*
  • Morton Metalcraft, Inc.
  • Center for Residential Living
  • Morton Industries, LLC*
  • Central Illinois Radiological Association
  • Morton Supplies, Inc.
  • Christian Homes, Inc.
  • Neal Norton Cadillac/Pontiac
  • Choice Point Precision Marketing*
  • Orthofix
  • Christ for the Nations & Self
  • OSF Healthcare System*
  • CILCO
  • OSF St. Francis Medical Center*
  • Cisco Systems
  • OSF St. Mary’s Hospital-Galesburg
  • Citizen Sam
  • OSF St Mary’s Hospital-Decatur
  • City of Peoria*
  • Par-A-Dice Hotel & Casino
  • Comprehensive Prosthetics & Orthotics
  • Parker Hannifin*
  • Coulter Companies, Inc.
  • Pekin Hospital
  • Country Companies*
  • Peoria Park District
  • Crane Composites, Inc.
  • Peoria Public Schools #150
  • Elster AMCO Water
  • Peoria Surgical Group
  • Employers’ Association
  • Petersen Healthcare
  • Entec Services, Inc.
  • Physician Advantage
  • Eureka-BroMenn Hospital*
  • Prairie Construction, Inc.
  • Excalibur Seasoning Co. Ltd.
  • Praxair Inc.
  • First Christian Church
  • Preco Electronics
  • Flexitech Hose Division*
  • Risinger Bros. Transfer
  • Foster-Jacob, Inc.
  • RLI Insurance*
  • Gap, Inc.
  • Renal Healthcare Group
  • GE Healthcare
  • Riverfront Mortgage Services
  • Graham Hospital – Canton*
  • RMHfoods, LLC
  • Greater Peoria Sanitary District
  • Saint Mary’s Hospital
  • Hackney Properties, LLC
  • SC2 Services
  • Health Professionals, Ltd.*
  • Seibel Systems
  • Heartland Partnership*
  • Simantel*
  • Heart Technologies
  • SinoAffinity
  • Hefty Industries
  • Snap-on Tools
  • Hile Group
  • Springfield Water, Light & Power
  • Human Service Center
  • State Farm Insurance*
  • IBM Corporation
  • Surgical Specialists of Decatur
  • IDC Technical Services
  • Tri-City Machinery Products
  • Illinois Central College*
  • US Dept. of Agriculture
  • Illinois Dept of Agriculture
  • US Dept of Justice – Bureau of Prisons
  • Illinois Dept of Human Resources
  • U of Illinois College of Medicine*
  • Illinois Mutual Insurance
  • Vactor Manufacturing*
  • Integrated Facilities Solutions
  • Widmer Interiors
  • International Supply Co.
  • Wood Printing
  • Invacare Corporation
  • York International Corp.
* Multiple Participants