Two-Year MBA Program
A Launch Pad for Career Success
You know you want something more from your career; you just need the education, credentials, and support to get you there. Whether you want to change direction or accelerate your current trajectory, Goizueta's Two-Year MBA Program is designed to move you quickly from career plan to career launch.
First, you'll build a solid foundation of skills with core courses, then gain the specialized knowledge you need to prepare for day one of your chosen internship. In turn, the summer internship and our integrated leadership program will give you the real-world tools you need to evaluate your chosen field and gain the experience to succeed in it.
Ready on Day One, and Every Day That Follows
The Goizueta Two-Year MBA is built on a unique curriculum structure that builds your skills and knowledge layer by layer. Students enroll in late July and complete the program in four semesters. Over the course of study, you'll receive rigorous academic preparation, essential leadership skills through our integrated leadership program, and the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through a summer internship.
In the first semester, you'll build a solid foundation by completing all core courses. By your second semester, you'll begin choosing the electives that will prepare you for Day One of your summer internship (and future career). Then comes the summer internship. This is your chance to evaluate your chosen path by gaining practical experience. Over the past 10 years, nearly 100% of our Two-Year students have received internship offers. In your last two semesters, you'll continue to focus on your chosen field through electives, and exercise your leadership muscles with our built-in leader development program.
Become a Pro at Building a Professional Network
Is the Two-Year MBA Right for You?
This comprehensive Two-Year Program is intended for students who:
- Earned a bachelor's degree and have a strong undergraduate academic record
- Engaged in post-undergraduate, full-time work that demonstrates leadership
- Received competitive scores on the GMAT or GRE and, for non-native English speakers, the TOEFL, PTE, or IETLS
- Come prepared to make valuable contributions in the classroom
- Have demonstrated the ability to excel, lead, learn, and grow