That I don't know, but I would recommend that you request a brochure and just lob a phone call into their admissions office. Considering the cost (41K) I would assume that you do get a degree. I'm sure they'd be happy to answer any questions you have, though. Even if they didn't offer an "MBA" degree, I would still love to have the Harvard name on my resume.
While you're looking into these programs, you should also take a look at Wharton West Executive MBA, run out of San Fran (http://www.wharton.upenn.edu/sanfrancis ... etails.cfm
) and the Columbia-Berkely Executive MBA, split between Berkely and NY (http://berkeley.columbia.edu/
). Both seem really cool from what I've heard, are filled with a lot of energetic individuals, and offer Executive MBA degrees from top schools.
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