Executive MBA Frequently Asked Questions

1. When is the Executive MBA application deadline?
2. What is the tuition cost?
3. What are the requirements for admission to the Binghamton University Executive MBA program?
4. Am I required to take the GMAT exam?
5. How much "outside of class" work should I expect each week while in the program?
6. Are concentrations offered in the Executive MBA program?
7. How can I get more information on the Executive MBA program?


1. When is the Executive MBA application deadline?

Admission to the Executive MBA Program is done on a rolling basis with early applications encouraged. If possible, potential applicants should contact Associate Dean George Bobinski prior to submitting an application.
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2. What is the tuition cost?

The program fee for the Executive MBA program is $41,850. This fee includes required texts and materials, and parking in addition to snacks and meals during class weekends.
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3. What are the requirements for admission to the Binghamton University Executive MBA program?

The application requirements include a completed Graduate School application, all collegiate transcripts, a current resume, two letters of recommendation, a personal statement, and scores from the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT).
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4. Am I required to take the GMAT exam?

Taking the GMAT is generally required for admission into the Executive MBA program. Potential waivers are available for applicants currently holding advanced degrees (Ph.D, JD, MD) from accredited institutions, or students who have seven or more years of significant managerial responsibilities. The admissions committee will consider these requests on a case-by-case basis.
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5. How much "outside of class" work should I expect each week while in the program?

Participants, on average, spend approximately 20 hours per week on "outside of classroom" program coursework. This number fluctuates throughout the duration of the program. Some of this time may be spent in team meetings, text study, and presentation preparation.
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6. Are concentrations offered in the Executive MBA program?

The Executive MBA program offers a general management MBA degree. Additionally, participants can choose to substitute some of their second year coursework for specially designed health care management courses and earn a health care concentration.
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7. How can I get more information on the Executive MBA program?

Please contact:

Dr. George Bobinski
Associate Dean
School of Management
Binghamton University
PO Box 6000
Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
bobinski@binghamton.edu
Phone: (607) 777-2342
Fax: (607) 777-6193

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Last Updated: 3/25/14