Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business offers the MBA for the 21st century, building business leaders who are innovative, entrepreneurially minded, analytically skilled, and can leverage technology in a global setting. Highly qualified candidates from all academic and professional backgrounds enter the program, which is designed to foster teamwork, diversity, and a closely knit network.
The MBA program is offered in both full-time and evening formats. For the full-time program, entry is in the fall semester only. For the evening program, admission is offered in both fall and spring semesters. Some of the primary advantages of the MBA program include a close community that promotes enriched student-faculty relationships; classmates with diverse educational and work experiences; small class sizes that foster networking and a true understanding of the business environment; an innovative curriculum that keeps pace with the rapidly changing environment of business and technology Scheller College’s location within the Tech Square innovation ecosystem, a globally recognized nexus of innovation and entrepreneurial activity in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, gives MBA students access to some of the most dynamic companies and startups. In addition, a dual degree option gives students the opportunity to combine the MBA with Georgia Tech engineering and computing masters and Ph.D. programs.
During the summer term between the first and second academic years, full-time MBA students work in summer internships with companies ranging from major employers to small entrepreneurial ventures. Summer internships enhance permanent employment opportunities.
The MBA program requires 54 hours; 21 semester hours are core classes. The core courses develop a common body of knowledge essential to all MBA students. The remainder of the curriculum consists of electives, which provide flexibility for students to build competence in one or more immersive tracks and concentration areas. This freedom permits students to customize a curriculum directed toward their own educational and career goals.
MBA elective areas include accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, information technology, international business, marketing, operations management, organizational behavior, and strategic management.
More information, applications, and viewbooks may be found at: http://scheller.gatech.edu/MBA.
Scheller College of Business
MBA Program Office
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, Georgia 30308-0520
|MGT 6000||Financial and Managerial Accounting I (LG)||3|
|MGT 6504||Principles of Finance (LG)||1.5|
|MGT 6502||Leading People and Organizations (LG)||1.5|
|MGT 6503||Managing Information Resources (LG)||1.5|
|MGT 6509||Legal and Ethical Considerations in Business (LG)||1.5|
|MGT 6508||Strategic Management (LG)||3|
|MGT 6507||Business Communications (PF)||1.5|
|MGT 6506||Managerial Economics (LG)||1.5|
|MGT 6505||Marketing Management (LG)||1.5|
|MGT 6501||Operations Management (LG)||1.5|
|MGT 6500||Analytical Tools for Decisions (LG)||1.5|
|MGT 6510||Leadership Development Workshop (PF)||1.5|
|MGT 6510P||Leadership Development Preparation||0|
|International Graduate Management Elective (LG)||3|
|Experiential Graduate Management Elective (LG)||3|
|Graduate Management Elective (LG)||24|
|Graduate Management Elective (PF)||3|
|Total Credit Hours||54|