Stewart Center for Executive Education | A. B. Freeman School of Business
With a premier location in downtown New Orleans, we hope to strengthen our efforts to drive economic development with programs that serve the needs of working professionals.
Ira Solomon
Dean

 

 

 

 

New Orleans Campus
Suite 450, Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complex
New Orleans, LA 70118-5669
504-865-5481

Executive Education
Executive_Education@tulane.edu

Executive MBA
EMBA@Tulane.edu

Houston Campus
Suite 900, 1700 West Loop South
Houston, TX 77027
713-586-6400
Houston@Tulane.edu

Stewart Center for Executive Education

Freeman’s Stewart Center CBD, opening January 2019.
Freeman’s Stewart Center CBD, opening January 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Stewart Center for Executive Education offers rigorous and relevant academic experiences that prepare you and your organization to find uncommon solutions to complex issues. Our unique programs will enhance your professional skills, connect you to a global network, and empower you to make maximum impact. Freeman offers the following opportunities:

Executive Education. Freeman partners with companies and organizations to develop custom programs to invest in their leadership, develop new strategies, and build for the future. From concept to delivery, we collaborate with clients to design and implement programs to address specific outcomes and goals.

New Orleans Executive MBA program. For more than 35 years, Freeman’s EMBA program has offered experienced managers a format for earning an MBA with minimal interruption to their careers. Our experiential program allows executives to hone their leadership skills, enhance their performance, and affect greater change.

Houston Executive MBA and Executive Master of Finance programs. Since 2002, Freeman has offered degree programs for executives, managers, and working professionals. All classes are held on weekends for minimal interruption to your career, and students have 24/7 access to the study and meeting rooms.

In recognition of a generous gift 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.