Executive MBA students


Taking the leap — and meeting our expectations

What It Takes to Enroll in Our Program — and What You Get Out of It

As a Robinson EMBA student, you already possess an impressive professional track record, having achieved increasing levels of responsibility throughout you career. And you yearn for more — and even faster — advancement.

Our students are normally in their mid-30s to mid-40s with a minimum of seven years of professional experience, including five years in management (managing people, projects or assets). They come from a wide range of disciplines — from marketing and finance to real estate and investments, and everything in between — which greatly enrich the learning environment for everyone.

Most of our students seek a common goal: filling the gaps in their formal management education to enhance their leadership potential. Robinson EMBA students share many traits of an entrepreneur — a willingness to take risks and to work hard to achieve their personal goals.

You also have strong support from the key people in your life — all of whom recognize where you’re headed. You’re about to become a part of something bigger than yourself — and the Robinson EMBA program is exactly how you accomplish that goal.

Application Deadline

The admissions committee reviews applications as they are received.

Deadline for EMBA cohort beginning August 2015

July 1, 2015

Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)

The GMAT must be completed by the EMBA application deadline. Please use program code QCK-ZW-44 and request that your scores be sent to the Executive MBA Program at Georgia State University.

GMAT Waiver Guidelines

GMAT waivers are considered on a case-by-case basis. To pre-qualify for a waiver, email an updated resume to Melody Paris at mparis@dev.gsu.edu, or call 404-413-7182.

Non-Degree Candidates

A limited number of non-degree candidates may be accepted each year. Non-degree students are accepted on a case-by-case basis, provided they meet all other requirements for the EMBA program. Non-degree candidates are required to take the GMAT, and should make a total score of 500 or above to be considered for the program.