Make a great career move
The decision to enroll in an Evening MBA program shouldn't be difficult. It just takes planning and preparation.
The Evening MBA program enrolls twice per year, and begins in the Spring (January) and Fall (August). Priority application deadlines are October 1 and May 1 respectively.
The admission process has two main parts, a complete application and an admission interview. You should expect to receive the admission decision within 4-6 weeks after your application is complete.View application requirements and additional deadlines
Admission is a competitive process and we carefully review all facets of your application. Our goal is to provide an enriching academic environment. The information you include in your application assists our MBA Admissions Committee in evaluating your potential for success in graduate studies and as a business leader.
While it's not required, we strongly recommend at least two to three years of professional work experience before starting the program. Students currently enrolled in the Evening MBA have an average of six years of work experience. In addition to more advanced contributions to the classroom, we believe that students who have professional work experience find the MBA more enriching professionally and personally.
We welcome applicants with accredited bachelor's degrees from all academic backgrounds. While the MBA core courses move at a fast pace, they do not assume previous business coursework.
Before starting the program you must have completed a college-level calculus course from a regionally accredited college or university with a satisfactory grade of "C" or better. Applicants who do not meet the calculus requirement may be admitted with the provision they complete it prior to Orientation.
Financing Your Degree
Graduate school is an investment towards your future. When making any important financial decision, you should weigh your total cost against the expected return on investment.
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Georgia Tech considers you an international applicant if you are neither a U.S. citizen nor a U.S. permanent resident, regardless of where in the world you live.
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