Tuition for the MBA for Executives (either Weekend or Modular) programs beginning in the Fall of 2016 was $101,700. Tuition including lodging was $110,000. Tuition information for the Fall of 2017 will be available in February of 2017.
Tuition includes all required books, materials, meals and snacks during class days, lodging and select costs during off-campus residencies, parking, support from a dedicated Program Manager, access to a full suite of career resources through the Career Management Center for Working Professionals, and access to on-campus recreation centers. Lodging includes hotel accommodations and dinner during on-campus residencies.
Tuition does not include the $150 non-refundable application fee, application verification fees, background check fees, mandatory Emory University fees (estimated at $275 per term), travel to and from Atlanta and any travel for the immersion experiences.
Tuition is paid in five (5) equal installments due at the beginning of each term. The payment schedule does not get impacted by the number of courses taken each term.
Goizueta facilitates deferred payment, third party billing and other payment options.
Tuition bills are sent directly to student sponsors and are payable at the beginning of each term. Although some students will seek corporate sponsorships, it is not required for admission.
Deferred Payment Plan for Executive MBA StudentsThis payment plan defers the entire term's tuition payment until approximately 60 days after grades are posted. It is intended for students whose company is sponsoring a portion of the cost of the program, but requires a review of grades before making payment. Interested students must apply each term for this payment plan and sign a promissory note with a $70 non-refundable processing fee two weeks prior to the start of each term.
A variety of federal and private graduate student loans are available to finance your Executive MBA degree. For federal loan options, students must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). If you secure a federal loan, you must reapply each year by completing a new FAFSA form.
We encourage you to explore your financing options early and reach out to your Emory University financial aid representative will be happy to guide you through the process:
- Kymberley Dent (for students with last names A-G)
- Stacey Collier (for students with last names H-P)
- Jennifer Lyles (for students with last names Q-Z)
We have several tuition credits available to candidates who qualify in the following categories:
- Emory University Alumni
- Graduates of Goizueta Business School Executive Education Programs
- Active duty military and veterans who do not qualify for Yellow Ribbon (see bottom of the page)
- Applicants employed full-time by 501 (c)(3) non-profit organizations
If you believe you may qualify for one of the credits listed above, please be sure to highlight this qualifier during your application process. To learn more about these credits, please address your questions to Caroline Grimes.
There are a number of scholarships available through both Goizueta and partnerships with local and national organizations.
We are delighted to partner with several Atlanta professional organizations:
- Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce - two, $25,000 scholarships
- National Association of Asian American Professionals - two, $25,000 scholarships
- Women in Technology - two, $25,000 scholarships
- Department of Health & Human Services - 30% discount on tuition for those qualified
To learn more about the qualifications and application processes for these scholarships, please visit the websites of these organizations. We also encourage you to talk to your employer about any company-specific scholarships that may be available. If you would like to be considered for one of the above scholarship and you meet the criteria of the organization, please submit a one-page proposal requesting and substantiating consideration. This should be included with your application, or shortly thereafter, and awards will be made in late May. If you are applying after the May 1 deadline, check with Admissions to see if any scholarships remain.
We offer a very limited number of honorary scholarships to qualified candidates. These scholarships are awarded after the class is enrolled. No additional information needs to be submitted for consideration.
The MBA for Executives Class Gift Scholarship fund was endowed by the Class of 2005 to recognize an individual who brings a unique background and perspective to the class. Consideration given to candidates coming from a discipline or profession typically underrepresented in the EMBA Program, including but not limited to education administration, government, community service organizations, entrepreneurs, unique international professional background, and financial need should be demonstrated. All incoming students are automatically considered for this limited scholarship (no additional action needs to be taken) and one, $8,000 award will be made for each graduating MBA for Executives class, shortly after enrollment.
The Executive Women of Goizueta (EWG) Scholarship is designed to promote the advancement of women in business and leadership by providing financial support to an accomplished female executives attending Goizueta Business School's MBA for Executives program. Consideration is given to female candidates based upon demonstrated leadership, professional progression, community service, and unique international professional background. Each year, all incoming female students are automatically considered for this limited scholarship and one, $5,000 award will be made for each graduating Executive MBA class.
Goizueta has a very limited amount of additional funds to award to students with need. To apply for one of our Discretionary Scholarships, please submit a proposal document for the consideration by the Executive MBA Admissions Committee within two (2) weeks of admission notification. Factors that will be considered in the awarding of funds include the overall strength of the application, financial need, quality of work experience, career progression, and demonstrated leadership. All proposals will be fully considered, but only a very limited number of discretionary scholarships will be awarded.
Special Funding Options
U.S. Military Applicants
Goizueta Business School participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program, a provision of the post 9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008., as well as additional financing options to military candidates who do not qualify. Visit our section for Military applicants for more information about Yellow Ribbon and other benefits available at Goizueta. The Executive MBA Program also offers a limited number of scholarships for current and retired U.S. Military service members who do not qualify for the Yellow Ribbon Program. Please contact Amy Stalzer with all U.S. Military benefits questions.
Unlike many other Executive MBA Programs, our program spans three calendar years, allowing you to reap more of the annual company sponsorship benefits reducing out-of-pocket costs for you. You may also be able to secure additional sponsorship in one of two ways:
- By creating a proposal highlighting ways in which coursework and new skills will benefit your role and organization
- Designing an Independent Study addressing one of your company's pressing needs
Individual tax Benefits
You may also qualify for up to $2,000 Lifetime Learning Credit or up to $4,000 Tuition Fees Deduction putting Emory's Goizueta Business School within your reach.
Unlike many other Executive MBA Programs, our program spans three calendar years, allowing you to reap more of the annual company sponsorship benefits, as well and personal tax benefits, which reduces out-of-pocket costs for you.