Program and Academics
Why should I choose the Goizueta Business School Evening MBA Program?
Will my experience in the evening MBA program differ from the experience of Full-time MBA students?
What career services are offered to Evening MBA students?
My undergraduate degree is not in business, will my application still be considered competitive?
Will I be able to study abroad during the MBA program?
How important is work experience in the application process?
When and where do classes meet?
What is the curriculum customizability?
Does the Evening MBA Program accept transfer credit?
A limited number of credit hours may be transferred to Emory's Evening MBA program. Students may transfer a maximum of 12 elective credit hours (i.e. up to four 3-credit-hour elective courses). These courses must have been completed within 5 years prior to enrollment at Goizueta as part of a graduate degree-seeking program from an AACSB accredited university or college. Credit hours earned as part of a completed graduate degree are not eligible for use as transfer credits.
Transfer credit is not part of the admissions process and requests for consideration of transfer credit will be reviewed by the Associate Dean of the Evening MBA program and the Evening MBA Program Faculty Committee after a student has been admitted and enrolled in the program. Final decisions on transfer credit are made exclusively by the Evening MBA Program Faculty Committee subject to the recommendation of the Associate Dean of the Evening MBA Program.
Do I have the option to waive out of any core classes?
When does the Evening MBA Program enroll? When should I apply?
Are there any prerequisite courses?
Am I required to submit the TOEFL or PTE?
For applicants whose native language is not English, we require the TOEFL exam or the Pearson Test of English (PTE). A TOEFL or PTE waiver will be granted when a candidate has:
- Spent at least 3 years in the U.S. studying toward completion of an undergraduate degree, OR
- Completed a graduate degree followed by at least 2 years of work in the U.S., OR
- Received an undergraduate degree from an institution in which English is the language of instruction AND works in a country where the commerce is generally conducted in English. (Examples of such countries include: Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore, India, Ghana, Nigeria and Uganda.)
Do I have to wait until my application is complete to submit it to your office?
May I submit my application before the round deadline?
What does a "completed" application mean?
Can I submit a scan of my transcripts?
I took classes at various schools and transferred credits to the school where I received my degree. Do I need to submit a transcript for every institution attended?
What happens after I submit my application?
Is financial corporate sponsorship required for admission?
Are interviews required for the Evening MBA program?
When should I schedule my interview? Can I interview before I submit my application?
Can my recommenders submit a recommendation before I submit my application?
Do my recommenders have to fill out your recommendation form or can they submit a letter?
My recommenders did not receive the request for recommendation, what should I do?
I submitted my application but plan to retake the GMAT, what should I do?
Does the admissions committee have a preference for the GMAT over the GRE?
Is there a minimum GMAT score required for admission to the program?
Should I retake the GMAT if my score falls below the average?
What are the GMAT test codes for Emory?
- Evening MBA program - C3Q-71-90
- Full Time Two Year MBA program - C3Q-71-17
- One Year MBA program - C3Q-71-68
- Executive MBA program - C3Q-71-19