With more than 200 faculty members, the Robinson College of Business is the sixth-largest business school in the country. The faculty who are chosen for the EMBA program bring practical industry experience and deep ties with the business community to the classroom.
More connections than a busy airport
Robinson is the sixth-largest business school in the nation with more than 70,000 alumni who represent top companies around the globe. For more than 30 years, the Robinson EMBA program has fostered international business relationships starting with our first trip to Japan in the ’80s. Incoming EMBA students will travel to South Africa and have the option to include two additional residencies to Latin America and Silicon Valley.
Your career development plan
We take your career aspirations seriously. Leadership development and career management aren’t on the sidelines in the Robinson EMBA program. From the beginning, our team will help you create a career development plan that you’ll work on throughout the program. We’ll help you develop the tools, connections and plans that will help you shape your next opportunity.
For more than 30 years the Robinson EMBA program has helped accomplished leaders prepare for what’s next. We’re ready. Are you?
Georgia State University ranked fourth most innovative college
U.S. News & World Report, 2016
Robinson EMBA ranked 22nd worldwide and 17th among U.S.-based programs
CEO Magazine, 2017
Robinson College of Business ranked 27th worldwide
UT at Dallas Top 100 Business School Research Rankings, 2017
Robinson EMBA ranked 46th
QS Global 100 EMBA Rankings, 2017
Robinson EMBA ranked in top 75 best EMBA programs
Ivey Exec, 2017
Strength of the cohort
The strength of the Robinson EMBA cohort is built on the deep experience of our students and faculty. Participants have significant experience in their field of expertise that they share with their class and team. Students in the Robinson EMBA program learn as much from each other as they do the professors.
We take pride in our agility. It’s our job to anticipate what business leaders need to learn, and we regularly are the first to market with curriculum innovations such as our newest EMBA experiential weekends built around entrepreneurship, big data and venture capital. What does this mean for you? You’ll always be prepared to lead the conversations that matter in your organization.
Development of executive leaders
We bring out the best in you. Through one-on-one coaching, self-assessments and well-thought-out courses that are integrated throughout the program, our professional leadership coaches and faculty will help you identify and build on the skills you need to be a more effective leader.
17 months starting every August
Cohort, classes every other weekend
Friday afternoon and all day Saturday
- Georgia residents: $69,500
- Non-Ga. residents: $74,500
Georgia State’s Buckhead Center, Tower Place 200