The Georgia Tech College of Management offers the Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Science in Quantitative and Computational Finance (MSQCF), and Executive Master of Science in Management of Technology (EMSMOT) as well as a doctoral program in finance, marketing, accounting, information technology, operations management, organizational behavior, and strategic management, and a joint degree with the Colleges of Engineering and Computer Science. Other programs include interdisciplinary programs in management of technology, cross-registration with Georgia State University and Emory University, work-study programs, foreign exchange with 15 countries, and summer internships. Joint research is possible with faculty or researchers in the school and through the Georgia Tech Research Institute, the Advanced Technology Research Center, and the Bioengineering Center. The strongest areas of study are operations management, information technology, finance, and entrepreneurship. Regular programs bring distinguished speakers and visiting professors to campus. through Executives-in-Residence and Distinguished Lecturer series.
Sixty-one total credits are required to complete the MBA, including 30 elective credits. Required courses include:
- Financial Management
- Organizational Behavior
- Financial Accounting
- Managerial Accounting
- Analytical Tools for Management
- Information Technology Management
- Legal Environment of Business
- Strategic Management
- Integrative Management Experience
- Business Communications
- Business Ethics
- Marketing Management
- Operations Management
- 10 electives
Students may eliminate or substitute requirements through waiver exams.
Business students may take relevant nonbusiness courses in other departments. The minimum time permitted to complete the master’s degree program attending full time is 21 months.
In a recent year there were 54 total full-time graduate business faculty, all of whom held a doctorate; there were 7 part-time faculty. Faculty salaries are rated well above average for Category I institutions, based on the AAUP rating system. Average number of courses faculty teach is 3; average business class size is 30.