Consider your options. Increase your odds. An MBA degree continues to command a premium on the job market. Gain an advantage in today's competitive job market.
Reward vs. Risk
Deciding whether or not to pursue an MBA degree can seem daunting at first. The sacrifices – personal, professional, and financial should be taken into consideration. However, when you weigh those sacrifices with the potential career benefits and financial rewards, the decision becomes much clearer.
With an MBA in hand, your career opportunities and earnings potential increase substantially. The real question isn't so much if you should pursue an MBA degree, but how—as a Full-time or an Evening student?
We can help. See which program, Evening or Full-time MBA, is right for you.
Why did Georgia Tech start offering an Evening MBA Program?
The program was created to provide the Georgia Tech MBA in a format that allows professionals to continue working.
When are classes offered?
Classes are offered year-round, Monday through Thursday evenings beginning at
6 p.m. and meet once per week.
How are applicants evaluated?
The admissions committee evaluates GMAT or GRE scores, work experience, letters of recommendation, previous academic success, essays and interview responses to make an admission decision.
Is this a heavily quantitative program?
The core curriculum of any MBA program tends to be quantitative in nature. Our program is no more so than others.