Within 18 months, students in Goizueta Business School’s Executive MBA program graduate with a highly coveted and top-ranked degree. This year’s incoming class of professionals-turned-students are diverse, including 36 percent women, 12 percent international students, and nine countries represented.
With an average work experience of 14 years, many individuals are already leading their organizations. In fact, of the 63 companies represented in this group, students herald from industry powerhouses, such as Cox Communications, CVS Health, Global Payments, Google, IHG Hotels and Resorts, JPMorgan Wealth Management, Kaiser Permanente, Nike, Panasonic, The Coca-Cola Company, The Home Depot, U.S. Bancorp, and WarnerMedia.
For these passionate leaders, flexibility is key.
The Goizueta EMBA program offers an intimate learning experience for students with demanding lives. We are privileged to provide three delivery formats that afford flexibility for our working professionals. Our outstanding faculty teach in all formats, and the community is amazing—truly a unique EMBA experience.Jaclyn Conner, associate dean of the Executive MBA program
Goizueta’s EMBA program also offers premier status, ranking 6th in the nation, according to a new report by Financial Times. The program continues to hold the #1 spot in Georgia, according to Poets & Quants and U.S. News & World Report rankings earlier this year.
Designed to allow students to build a flexible program to fit their life, multiple delivery formats are available. In addition to the traditional on-campus experience, there’s also a hybrid option and a new fully online format—one of the highest-ranked EMBA programs nationwide to offer this option.
Each year, students come together for signature events, like Fun on the Green, where the entire EMBA family enjoys a carnival on Goizueta’s greenspace. Students are encouraged to bring their family members to meet classmates and connect.
Another program favorite is the Pathway to C-Suite. This event provides graduate students with the opportunity to hear career journeys, challenges, and triumphs from individuals in C-suite positions. What better way for growing professionals to learn key career lessons than from leaders who are currently sitting in those dream roles?
For Kristina Garcia 20EMBA, the program was life changing.
It’s a jumping off point and strong foundation for lifelong learning. To compete in this economy, you have to constantly upskill. And it’s beyond competing; I see the MBA as a way to create a foundation for personal growth as well. Now I feel like I can walk into any room and own it.Kristina Garcia
Goizueta’s EMBA program builds business fluency, diversifies perspectives, and expands leadership capabilities. Learn more about how to become a business leader of tomorrow—today.