Evening MBA Brochure

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Evening MBA Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business Tyler Mauldin, Evening MBA
Evening MBA
Tech Scheller College of Business
Overview Tech Square Curriculum Experiential Learning Career Services Community Application Process Tuition and Financing Connect
#1 Part-time MBA in Georgia U.S. News & World Report
Chris Weekley, Evening MBA ‘21; Skye Blevins, Evening MBA ‘23

At the Intersection of Business and Technology

Flexibility and impact — that’s what the Evening MBA program is all about. This is Georgia Tech’s most flexible MBA option for professionals living and working in the Atlanta area. This is where your future takes flight!

The second you walk on campus, you can feel it.

At the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business, we are deeply committed to developing inclusive, forward-thinking leaders for a tech-driven world. Regardless of your professional experience and background, our Evening MBA program will provide the flexibility, curriculum, and career services you need to achieve your goals. You’ll learn to inspire innovation and solve complex business problems on a global scale.

Top 10 MBA in Business Analytics, Information Systems, Operations, and Supply Chain U.S. News & World Report #3 MBA Classroom Experience The Princeton Review #1 Part-time MBA in Georgia U.S. News & World Report

Welcome to Tech Square


It connects a sense of history and hospitality with forward-thinking, fast-paced entrepreneurialism. It’s an economic engine, foodie favorite, music mecca, sports spectacle, and technology trek that combines the opportunities of an international city with the personality of a close-knit, eclectic neighborhood. This is a place brimming with opportunities for you to learn and launch your career, or to settle in and officially make it your long-term home.

Tech and business are harmoniously blended at Scheller. Its location in Tech Square allows for students to gain access to professionals, companies, and ideas related to start-ups, data, and innovation.” “

Scheller is located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta’s Tech Square, a neighborhood with the highest density of startups, corporate innovators, academic researchers, and students in the Southeastern U.S. It’s the home of over 100 startups, 25 corporate innovation centers, 10 research labs, seven venture funds, and five startup accelerators.

As a Scheller MBA student, you have unique opportunities and experiences found nowhere else, directly connecting you with the world’s top thought leaders, executives, and innovators.

Companies Headquartered in Atlanta Tech Square Corporate Innovation Centers ® ®

Part-time Format, Full-on Impact

Meet Georgia Tech’s most flexible MBA program, designed for professionals who live and work in the Atlanta area. In the Evening MBA program, you choose the number of courses you want to fit in your schedule each semester. We offer two program starts — August and January. Classes are held Monday through Thursday evenings, meeting once per week, and online and weekend courses are also offered. If desired, students can complete up to half the program in an online format.

MBA Graduates for Innovation and Creativity Bloomberg Businessweek The Princeton Review Corporate Knights MBA in Sustainability MBA Classroom Experience
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Accelerated Core, Customized Electives

The length of the Evening MBA program curriculum depends on how many classes you complete per year. Most students complete this flexible Evening MBA program in 24 to 36 months while working, but students may take up to six years to complete the degree at their own pace. You enroll in the number of courses that fit your schedule during the fall, spring, and summer semesters.

STEM Designation

Our STEM-designated curriculum teaches you to analyze information and find better business solutions effectively. Employers recognize the quality and value STEM-designated MBA graduates bring to their organization.

Core Courses

Strengthen your business acumen through a 21-credit Evening MBA core curriculum. These core classes will change the way you think about business, providing a strong knowledge base for electives and a competitive advantage for your job search.


Delve deeper into areas that most interest you through 33 credit hours of electives. Beyond one required international business course, you can customize your 11 elective classes in any combination.

One primary concentration is required and students can also pursue an additional supplemental concentration. Concentrations help you navigate elective coursework and signify your specialized expertise to future employers.

Dual Degree Options

Combine an MBA with an M.S. or Ph.D. from Georgia Tech’s Colleges of Computing, Design, Engineering, or Liberal Arts. We also offer a joint M.D./MBA degree with the Morehouse School of Medicine.


Focus your studies in the functional or interdisciplinary area of your choice. Each concentration requires twelve credit hours (four courses). Students are required to choose one concentration. Students may also choose to broaden their educational goals by pursuing an additional supplemental concentration.

• Accounting

• Business Analytics

• Entrepreneurship

• Finance

• International Business

• Leadership

• Management

• Management of Information Systems

• Marketing

• Supply Chain & Operations Management

• Product & Service Innovation

• Strategy & Innovation

• Sustainability


“We develop the next generation of entrepreneurs, leaders, and problem-solvers who are improving business and the human condition.”
Jonathan Clarke
Associate Professor of Finance Senior Associate Dean of Programs

Accessible, Connected Faculty

Scheller faculty are thought leaders in their respective fields, recognized for their research, innovative teaching styles, relevant experience, and accessibility. Many of our professors consult for national and international organizations, bringing industry connections and real-world knowledge into the classroom, helping students make professional connections and develop experience-based resumes.

Learn by Doing

As a professional trying to reach the next level, nothing is better than adding to your real-world experience. With 10 practicum courses to choose from, you’ll have the opportunity to put your classroom knowledge to the test through solving the real problems companies face.


Business Analytics

Work with a participating company to frame a business issue as an analytics problem, analyze data provided by the company, and generate applicable business insights and/or develop capabilities.

TI:GER® Practicum

Combines classroom instruction, innovation projects, team activities, and real-world experience into a comprehensive and practical education in strategy and innovation. Work with Ph.D. students from the Georgia Tech Colleges of Engineering, Computing, and Sciences to translate ideas into successful technology innovations.

Information Technology

Conduct an in-depth analysis and develops a detailed answer to a strategic question provided by a participating organization. Past organizations include AT&T, The Coca-Cola Company, IBM, and The Southern Company.


Work as part of a consulting team for a client based in the U.S. or abroad. Teams explore international market opportunities or research entering the U.S. market for the client. Past clients include Genius Consulting, HP, IBM, Monarch Beverages, and UPS. The international residency has taken teams to Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ireland, Japan, Singapore, and Turkey.

Lean Six Sigma

Apply Lean Six Sigma methodology and statistical analysis to a company project. Participating companies include AT&T, AutoTrader, The Coca-Cola Company, and State Farm. Certification at the Green Belt level is offered as part of this practicum.


Gain real-world experience by solving marketing problems faced by organizations. Develop relevant marketing skills, conduct critical analysis, and implement tractable solutions for participating companies.

Pro Bono Consulting

Help local nonprofits resolve strategic challenges by applying classroom theory and working closely with nonprofit staff and management to form practical and easy-to-implement solutions. Clients include the American Cancer Society, Art of Living, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, MedShare International, and The Sullivan Center.

Sustainable Business Consulting

Gain knowledge in management consulting, topical sustainability issues, and project management. Scope, plan, execute, and deliver a consulting sustainability-relevant, businessfocused project with a participating company.

Quantitative and Computational Finance

Formulate, analyze, and implement solutions in applicable areas such as asset management, credit risk, and pricing of derivatives. This practicum involves significant data analysis using big data sets.

Real Estate

Get in a corporate real estate innovation council, functioning as the research arm and exploring the workplace of the future: how the built environment impacts productivity, asset monetization, and the impact emerging technologies will have on the built environment.

It’s All About Career Impact

You likely have a “dream” job or other career growth in mind — maybe it’s a promotion, a career pivot to an entirely new field, or a transition to a leadership role. Whatever your goals, the Jones MBA Career Center will work with you to help you achieve them.

As an Evening MBA student you will have an assigned career advisor from day one. Evening MBA resources include workshops, resume reviews, on-campus recruiting, practice interviews, and more. On top of all that, Evening MBA graduates gain access to Jones MBA Career Center advice for life.


63% Graduates

Changed Job Levels**

of 2023
4 Months Post-Graduation * Class of 2023 Response rate of 34% Response rate of 40% * **
Average Salary

“ I started the MBA program knowing that I wanted to pivot industry and function, and that I wanted to pivot quickly! Career services was instrumental in guiding me to consulting.”

Curry Andrews, Evening MBA ‘21

Pre-MBA Role: High School Assistant Principal, KIPP Metro Atlanta Schools

Current Role: Senior Consultant, IBM Enterprise Strategy

“ The on-campus recruiting program truly provided Georgia Tech Evening MBA students with the platform to engage with the most prominent consulting firms in the world.”

D’Mario Riggins, Evening MBA ‘21

Pre-MBA Role: Strategic Finance Manager, Brightree

Current Role: Director of Strategic Finance, Forefront Dermatology

The career services team is excellent. Every student has a different level of experience and varying interests. They do a good job of meeting each student where they are and helping them take the necessary steps to get to where they want to be.”

Michelle Bevan, Evening MBA ‘22

Pre-MBA Role: Project Manager, Camp Twin Lakes

Current Role: Senior Solution Engineer, Salesforce

Associate Dean, MBA Programs and Jones MBA Career Center “

At Scheller, we’re not driven by statistics. What drives us are personal, human stories and the dreams and ambitions of each individual student.”

Dave Deiters

You Belong Here

The challenges we face as a society demand that we engage and empower more people from different backgrounds and perspectives than ever before. At Scheller, we’re committed to cultivating a vibrant, deeply connected community focused on inclusion and collaboration. With numerous DEI partnerships, over 20 student-led Scheller clubs, and over 400 student clubs on campus, there are infinite ways for you to engage, lead, and build your community.

We proudly partner with many organizations to advance business education, careers, and connections for underrepresented minorities, women, veterans, and the LGBTQIA+ community. Partner Organizations

Graduate Evening Management Students (GEMS)

The GEMS board serves as the liaison between the Evening MBA student body and the College as well as oversees the clubs and committees for Evening MBA students. In addition to planning social events for the class, GEMS also provides opportunities for professional development and outside of the classroom learning.

OneMBA Clubs

• Asian American Pacific Islander

• Blacks in Business

Evening MBA Clubs

• Consulting

• Latinx

• Net Impact

• Operations

• Scheller Pride

• Strategy and Innovation

• Tech

• Women in Business

• Veterans

• Entrepreneurship

Evening MBA Committees

• Alumni

• Social

• Finance and Investments

• Marketing

• Scheller HOPE (Health, Outreach, Philanthropy, and Empowerment)

As a board member for Blacks in Business, I have witnessed firsthand how impactful Scheller clubs are for groups and their allies. As we meet, socialize, and work towards our goals, the ally group grows each time. It’s a wonderful, safe space that encourages you to be your authentic self while embracing someone else doing the same.” “

Cerissa Joiner, Evening MBA ‘20

A Community For a Lifetime

An MBA is way more than just a degree. It conveys your values and guides your future. It becomes a shared experience that connects you to past, present, and future students. You become a part of something bigger than yourself. When you graduate from Georgia Tech, you join a global powerhouse of more than 165,000 alumni in 50 states and 132 countries. It’s a network of leaders, from innovators and entrepreneurs to C-suite execs and global movers and shakers.

You’re ready. Take the next step and become a part of a community that will last you a lifetime.

Alumni Engagement

• Networking Events

26,000 + 169,000 +

• Speaker Series Sessions

• Lifelong Learning

MBA Alumni Georgia Tech Alumni

• Practicum Sponsorships

• Ambassadorships

• DEI Council Membership

Ana Hasni, Evening MBA ’23; Joanna Oliva, Evening MBA ’22; Jonathan King, Evening MBA ’22


MBA from Scheller will help me transition into the business world and equip me with the right tools. After meeting the career services team and hearing stories from alumni about how they transitioned from different jobs and industries, I knew I could shift my career in the right direction at Scheller.”

Begin Your Journey

Our Evening MBA program enrolls twice per year in August and January. Admissions is a competitive process, and we carefully review all facets of your application.

Application Deadlines – Fall 2024 Start

Round 1

• Deadline:

Jan. 19, 2024

• Interviews:

Feb. 19 – Mar. 1, 2024

• Notification:

Mar. 8, 2024

• Enrollment Fee:

Apr. 17, 2024

Round 2

• Deadline:

Mar. 15, 2024

• Interviews:

Apr. 8 – 19, 2024

• Notification:

Apr. 26, 2024

• Enrollment Fee:

May 19, 2024

Round 3

• Deadline:

May 17, 2024

• Interviews:

June 3 – 7, 2024

• Notification:

June 14, 2024

• Enrollment Fee:

June 26, 2024

Application Deadlines – Spring 2025 Start

Round 1

• Deadline:

Aug. 26, 2024

• Interviews:

Sep. 9 – 20, 2024

• Notification:

Sep. 26, 2024

• Enrollment Fee:

Oct. 18, 2024

Round 2

• Deadline:

Oct. 21, 2024

• Interviews:

Nov. 4 – 8, 2024

• Notification:

Nov. 14, 2024

• Enrollment Fee:

Dec. 1, 2024

Round 4

• Deadline:

June 21, 2024

• Interviews:


• Notification:


• Enrollment Fee: One week after notification


We welcome applicants with accredited four-year bachelor’s degrees from all academic backgrounds. While the MBA core courses move at a fast pace, they do not assume previous business coursework.

We offer a GMAT/GRE test-optional admissions path for applicants who do not have test scores or do not wish to disclose test scores in the application.

Online Application

A complete online application includes the following:

• Unofficial Transcripts

• Resume


Required for nonUS citizens only

• Letters of Recommendation (2)

• Application Fee

$95 for domestic;

$105 for international

• Essays (3)

Essay Prompts:

1. Why an MBA and why the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business? Describe how your experience, both professional and personal, has led you to the decision to pursue an MBA at Georgia Tech.

2. What are your short-term career goals after you complete your MBA?

3. List 10 facts about yourself that will help your future classmates get to know you.

Admissions Interview

Admission interviews are by invitation only. Your interview is a chance to have a two-way conversation about your potential for contribution to the program and an opportunity to get your questions answered.

Admission and Merit-Based Funding Decision

If you submit a complete application by one of the deadlines below, you are guaranteed to receive an admission decision by the corresponding notification date. All applications are reviewed for merit-based funding - no additional information or application is required.


Accept your admissions offer and submit your $700 enrollment fee in order to secure your spot.

Undergraduate Degrees Spring/Fall 2023 Start STEM 46% Humanities/Social Sciences 8% Other 11% Business/Economics 35%
Alija Salcin, Evening MBA ’23; Hailey Armstrong, Evening MBA ’22; Jacoby Golden, Evening MBA ’23
Spring/Fall 2023 Start Average Age: 32 Average Years of Work Experience: 7 Women: 36% Underrepresented Minorities*: 26% Veterans: 5% Academics Spring/Fall 2023 Start Average Undergrad GPA: 3.34 GMAT Score (Middle 80%): 556 – 676 GRE Verbal Score (Middle 80%): 151 – 159 GRE Quant. Score (Middle 80%): 156 – 164
Kelci Reyes Brannon, Evening MBA ’22; Kevin Chan, Evening MBA ’21; Sabrina Bernstein, Evening MBA ’23 *U.S. students who are Black/African American, Hispanic/Latinx, Native American/Alaskan

Tuition and Financing

Georgia Tech is committed to remaining affordable and accessible. Evening MBA tuition has not increased for the last three years and a select number of merit-based fellowships are available.

Total Tuition and Fees

Two Years (Six Semesters)


Three Years (Nine Semesters)


Funding Options


A limited number of fellowships are available to Evening MBA students. Applicants who apply by Rounds 1 or 2 receive priority consideration. No additional application materials are required for fellowship consideration.

Employer Tuition Reimbursement

Contact your employer’s human resources department about available tuition assistance programs and eligibility.

Economic Advantage Program

Candidates who have relocated to Georgia for full-time employment, as well as their spouses, may qualify for Georgia resident tuition through the Economic Advantage Program. Application for the Eocnomic Advantage Waiver should be completed after admission.

Education Loans

MBA students who are U.S. citizens and permanent residents may be eligible for education loans. A variety of privately-funded loan programs may be available for international students.

U.S. Military Funding

We accept a variety of benefits and offer funding for active-duty and reserve personnel, veterans, and their spouses or dependents, including the Post-9/11 GI Bill, Yellow Ribbon Program, and non-resident tuition waivers.

Connect With Us

We encourage you to reach out to us by email with your questions.

Explore the Admissions Process

Learn more about the admissions process, including application deadlines, requirements, and more.

Attend an Admissions Event

Join us at an admissions event to learn more from staff and students about our unique experiential learning opportunities, student culture, career services, and admissions process.

Schedule a 1:1 Consultation

Meet one-on-one with an admissions advisor to get customized guidance.

Connect With an Ambassador

Connect with an MBA student or alumnus to find out what it’s like to be in the program and get your questions answered.

Scheller College of Business 800 W. Peachtree St. NW Suite 302 Atlanta, GA 30308 scheller.gatech.edu/evening-mba
Ware, Evening MBA ’23
800 W. Peachtree St. NW Atlanta, GA 30308 scheller.gatech.edu
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