Evening MBA Admissions
It's time to make an investment in yourself. The Georgia Tech Scheller Evening MBA program enrolls twice per year and begins in the spring (January) and fall (August).
The admission process for our part-time MBA has two main parts: A complete program application and an admission interview. Admission is a competitive process, and we carefully review all facets of your application. The information you include in your application assists our admissions committee in evaluating your potential for success in graduate studies and as a business leader.
Evening MBA Prerequisites
While it's not required, we recommend at least two years of professional work experience before starting the program. Students currently enrolled in the Evening MBA have an average of seven years of work experience. In addition to more advanced contributions to the classroom, we believe that students who have professional work experience find the MBA more enriching professionally and personally.
We welcome applicants with four-year accredited bachelor's degrees from all academic backgrounds. While the MBA core courses move at a fast pace, they do not assume previous business coursework.
Transcripts from your undergraduate and any additional graduate enrollment must be provided. You may upload unofficial copies for initial review, but an official admission invitation will not be extended until official transcripts have been received and processed by Graduate Studies. We define an unofficial transcript as either an official electronic transcript or an official paper transcript that you (the applicant) have scanned, uploaded, or emailed to us.
Evening MBA Admissions Process
A complete Evening MBA application includes the online application (including an application fee and three required essays), resume demonstrating post-graduate work experience, an unofficial transcript from each college/university attended, two letters of recommendation, and GMAT, GRE, or EA scores from within the past five years. You also have the option of applying without a test score.