Classes within the CHEMBA program are primarily co-taught by faculty appointed from the Carlson School of Management, Lingnan (University) College, or other prestigious business schools. Ranked No. 16 in the University of Texas, Dallas’ list of the “Top 100 Worldwide Business School Rankings Based on Research Contributions" (2013), the Carlson School faculty are leaders in the generation of global business knowledge.
Professor of Supply Chain and Operations
Carlson School of Management
"Having taught at various EMBA programs in several countries, I can attest to the distinctive features of CHEMBA. The program is unique as it provides an excellent combination of theory and practice of the largest developed economy (United States) and the largest developing economy (China). In my experience, the CHEMBA students are very consistent in their determination to learn."
Professor of Department of Finance
Lingnan (University) College, Sun Yat-sen University
“I really enjoy my teaching and discussion with CHEMBA students. CHEMBA is a wonderful program because of the perfect combination of two leading business schools of U.S. and China. Providing global experience and local practice, CHEMBA is a very good platform for excellent managers to share their experience and to realize their dreams.”
Professor of Accounting & Carl L. Nelson Professorship in Accounting
“While CHEMBA has undergone many changes over the last 12 years, what has remained unchanged is the high energy, motivation, and eagerness to learn that is clearly evident in all CHEMBA students. That is what makes teaching in the CHEMBA program such a rewarding experience.”
Richard C. Notebaert Distinguished Chair of International Business and Global Studies
Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
“The enthusiasm and energy of the students and the depth of their experiences continue to amaze me. Because the course I teach is towards the end of the program, I can attest to the fact that the global/local structure of the program is a powerful mechanism for developing executives who think globally and have the ability to respond effectively to local conditions."