Georgia Tech Scheller EMBA Ranked Among Best in the Country
The most recent rankings from the Financial Times places Georgia Institute of Technology Scheller College of Business‘ Executive MBA program among the best in the U.S.
Each year, The Financial Times compiles a list of the top 100 Executive MBA programs throughout the country, evaluating each program on a number of important features. Among the top business news organizations in the world, Financial Times determined their ranking through alumni surveys that looked at factors such as career progression, international reach, salary growth, and faculty credentials.
“I am pleased that the Financial Times has recognized Scheller College EMBA program’s commitment to our students and their achievements,” Scheller Dean Maryam Alavi said of the ranking. “The EMBA program excels in developing business leaders who are innovative, entrepreneurially minded, analytically skilled and who succeed at the intersection of business and technology.”
In the 2017 ranking, the Scheller EMBA was recognized as the top Executive MBA program in Georgia and the 15th best program in the United States. For facilitating career progress, the program was named second best in the U.S. and seventh best throughout the world.
The EMBA program at Scheller is nationally recognized for its career development program, which offers 1:1 coaching and advising, as well as providing many opportunities for executive networking and development workshops. The program, which takes 17-months to complete, offers specializations in the fields of Global Business and Management Technology. The program is offered exclusively on weekends, allowing up-and-coming professionals to continue their careers while earning their degree.