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?
8. Will I need a laptop computer?
Admission to the Executive MBA Program is done on a rolling basis with early applications encouraged.
The 2014-16 program tuition is $58,780. This includes the cost of instruction, university tuition and fees, course materials, catered lunches, international study trip, professional development and residency weekend in Binghamton.
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 either the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).
For applicants holding advanced degrees, the GMAT requirement may be waived on a case-by-case basis. The GMAT may also be waived based on the length and nature of the applicant's work experience. Applicants with fewer than seven years of post-bachelor's work experience are required to submit a GMAT score. The GMAT may also be recommended to strengthen an application. GMAT scores more than five years old will be considered only on a case-by-case basis. These conditions apply for the GRE as well.
Participants, on average, spend approximately 15-20 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.
The program offers an MBA degree with a general management track and an MBA degree with a healthcare management focus.
School of Management
Phone: 607-777-6644 or 516-418-6921
Students will need to bring a laptop equipped with the latest Microsoft Office software to a significant portion of the class sessions.