The Goizueta Marketing Strategy Consultancy (GMSC), celebrating its 20th year in 2010-11, is a pioneer in experiential learning. It creates a unique opportunity for MBA students to tackle and solve very real marketing and strategy challenges faced by the world's leading organizations. Students are aligned in a competitive setting to research, analyze and propose actionable recommendations for a wide variety of marketing strategy projects. Clients pay a fee to sponsor a project, which goes towards research costs, academic advising, presentation day events, and awards to top teams. Each year approximately 150 judges from the Atlanta business community evaluate the presentations while clients and faculty evaluate the written reports.
The Goizueta Business Library is one of the nation's leading business libraries. It contains spaces for class project group work with collaborative technologies, including interactive smart boards; remote access to databases allows for research anytime, anywhere, while an experienced team of business librarians provides consultations to ensure the most effective use of library resources.
Emory University’s Goizueta Business School’s PhD program was called, “Nothing short of remarkable” by an outside review team of leading scholars from U. of Chicago, Carnegie-Mellon and NYU for its program launched in 2001. Recent graduates have placed at leading business schools such as Georgetown, Northwestern, and UT-Austin.
Emory University’s Goizueta Business School facilities include the contemporary Goizueta Business School Building which houses faculty offices and BBA/MBA classrooms, and the Goizueta Foundation Center Building, a state-of-the art facility dedicated to executive education and doctoral education purposes.
Emory University’s Goizueta Business School features newly restructured Full-Time and Evening MBA curriculums and new leadership programs to develop students' leadership capabilities so they can better contribute to the organizations and communities they serve.
Jeffrey Rosensweig, Director of the Global Perspective Program, was named by the Wall Street Journal as one of the twelve favorite Executive MBA professors worldwide. He is a frequent economic commentator for CNN and CNN Headline News, and has appeared frequently on national nightly news and morning shows.
International perspective is weaved throughout the curriculum in the undergraduate BBA and all of our MBA programs. Students take required global-centric required courses or choose from a menu of global-centric electives, complete an international internship, study abroad or take an international travel module to build real-world skills and learn about business leadership in countries around the world.