The Executive M.B.A. (E.M.B.A.) program at Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick, designed for working professionals for whom required job skills are a moving target, moved up to number 23 nationally in the discerning eye of the Financial Times. The respected British publication evaluated E.M.B.A. programs for their effectiveness in facilitating graduates’ career advancement and salary increases (a whopping 42 percent among Rutgers alumni). Women constitute 37 percent of the graduate students in the Rutgers E.M.B.A., making it number six in the nation for female participation. The secret to the program’s continuing popularity and critical success, according to program director Farrokh Langdana, is the ongoing evolution of the curricula to meet the changing demands on executives operating in the fast-paced business world.