Stewart Center for Executive Education
The Stewart Center for Executive Education oversees the Freeman School's New Orleans Executive MBA program and all programs conducted at the Houston campus, which include Executive MBA, Professional MBA, and Master of Finance.
Tulane's Executive MBA program was initiated in 1982. The EMBA offers experienced managers an accelerated weekend format for earning an MBA degree with minimal interruption to their careers. The EMBA program is fully accredited by AACSB International and is consistently ranked among the top EMBA programs in the world by Business Week, Financial Times, and other recognized publications.
The Houston campus opened its doors in 2002 with its first offering, the Executive MBA program. The campus now offers a Professional MBA program, designed for young working professionals, and a Master of Finance program. All Houston programs are conducted on weekends.
In recognition of a generous endowment in 1994, the Stewart Center was named in honor of Frank B. Stewart and his family, longtime supporters of Tulane University and the Freeman School of Business.
New Orleans Campus
Suite 4112, Goldring/Woldenberg Hall II
New Orleans, LA 70118-5669
Suite 900, 1700 West Loop South
Houston, TX 77027