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Executive MBA in Digital Transformation

Take the next step in your career and prepare yourself to be a leader in today’s rapidly changing digital landscape with DeGroote’s EMBA in Digital Transformation.

The Executive MBA in Digital Transformation is a unique program. It’s the first EMBA in the world in which students focus on learning how to manage digital systems and how to use those systems to make data-driven decisions, lead complex and diverse teams in digital environments, and recruit exciting new talent.

This innovative program is made up of four residential modules, held in Canada and Silicon Valley, California. Students learn from faculty instructors in the classroom and from industry experts on site. These experts include senior executives from our corporate partners, including theScore, CIBC, IBM and SAS.


As an EMBA in Digital Transformation student, you will:

  • Study core EMBA topics such as finance, marketing, and strategy, while also learning technical content more often associated with master-level courses in data science and business analytics.
  • Learn how to use data to make strategic decisions, mitigate risk, and drive business innovation.
  • Broaden your technical and managerial knowledge while deepening your strategic thinking skills and leadership capabilities.

This unique combination of skills and knowledge will help you advance your career in organizations from various industries that value digitally-driven innovation and “big data” insight.



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Digital Leadership Summit

This year’s EMBA students attended the DeGroote School of Business Digital Leadership Summit in Toronto on September 29.

Watch the keynote discussion between OpenMatters’ Barry Libert and program director Michael Hartmann.

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