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There’s no question an MBA gives you an advantage in today’s job market. Once you’ve decided to develop your skills and marketability through an MBA degree, there are more options to consider. Based on your personal and professional situation, Georgia Tech has developed options to suit your needs.

Full-time MBA

Our Full-time MBA program is an immersive two-year format built for those looking to change careers. The program is limited to 75 students, resulting in a close-knit community.

Evening MBA

The Evening MBA allows working professionals to build their skills, expand their network, and enhance their work experience without interrupting their careers.

Executive MBA

A 17-month program with an accommodating every other weekend* class format for working professionals. Select from two MBA program paths - Global Business or Management of Technology.
*some months may vary

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Full-time MBA

Program Length

22 Months

Total Enrollment

150 Students (75 per year)

Admission

Fall Only

Class Structure

Lock Step (one cohort per year)

Class Scheduling

Day Classes, Monday-Thursday

Average Work Experience

5 years¹

Average GMAT Score

678¹

Middle 80% GMAT Range

620 – 730¹

Average GRE Score (Q/V)

160/163

Full Range of Career Services

Career workshops/resources, internship recruiting, permanent employment recruiting support

Georgia Resident Tuition

$26,466 per year

Non-resident Tuition

$37,332 per year

Funding/Financial Aid

Graduate assistantships, fellowships, student loans and The Post-9/11 GI Bill
Evening MBA

Program Length

Flexible, complete in two years or up to six years; students typically earn their MBA in two to three years

Total Enrollment

450 Students

Admission

Fall and Spring

Class Structure

Flexible

Class Scheduling

Classes begin at 6 p.m. and meet once per week,
Monday-Thursday; electives may be taken during the day or evening

Average Work Experience

6 years²

Average GMAT Score

608²

Middle 80% GMAT Range

530 – 690²

Average GRE Score (Q/V)

154/157²

Full Range of Career Services

Career workshops/resources, permanent employment recruiting support

Georgia Resident Tuition

$987 per credit hour
($53,298 for degree)

Non-resident Tuition

$1,406 per credit hour
($78,192 for degree)

Funding/Financial Aid

Fellowships, education loans, employer tuition reimbursement, Economic Advantage Program³, The Post-9/11 GI Bill

Executive MBA

Program Length

17 Months

Total Enrollment

100 students/cohort year (50 Global Business/50 Management of Techology)

Admission

Fall

Class Structure

One cohort class begins each August

Class Scheduling

Select Weekends (generally every other weekend / some months may vary)   

Class Schedule:

Friday 5:30 - 9:30 p.m.

Saturday 8:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m.                            

No Sunday classes.

Average Work Experience

5 years minimum work experience required. Average experience: 13 Years

Average GMAT Score

GMAT waiver may be applied for and considered on a case-by-case basis.

Middle 80% GMAT Range

N/A

Average GRE Score

Not Accepted

Full Range of Career Services

Lifetime career coaching for EMBA alumni. Career workshops/resources, career assessments, permanent employment recruiting support.

Georgia Resident Tuition

$79,000 for total program  (includes all books, materials, iPad, fees, international residency ground expenses, graduation)

Non-resident Tuition

$79,000 for total program  (includes all books, materials, iPad, fees, international residency ground expenses, graduation)

Funding/Financial Aid

Graduate educational loans

Employer tuition reimbursement

GI Bill Veterans' Benefits

Note: Tuition is applicable for the Full-time and Evening MBA programs for the 2013-2014 academic year (Fall 2013 and Spring/Summer 2014 semesters). Tuition is subject to change after any academic term.

¹ Based on the class entering in 2013.

² As of Fall 2013.

³ Evening MBA students that relocate to Georgia for work, including international students on a valid work visa, may qualify for a waiver of the non-resident portion of tuition through the Economic Advantage Program.