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Georgia Institute of Technology’s Scheller College of Business


Contact our general manager with any questions. Profile updated: May 11, 2020.

School Data

Annual Tuition: $29,232 In-State, $40,180 Out-of-State

Acceptance Rate: 31%

Full-Time Enrollment: 85

Average GPA: 3.3

Median GMAT: 681

Median GRE: 317

GPA Range (mid-80%): 2.7-3.8

International: 22%

Minority: 17%

Female: 40%

Male: 60%

Average Age: 28

Application Deadlines: Round 4: April 1, 2020; Round 5: June 1, 2020; *International applicants are encouraged to apply by Round 2.

The Scheller MBA: What You Need To Know

Technology. Every business school talks about it, but few embrace it quite so fully as Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business. In fact, it would be pretty hard to avoid even if you wanted to, because the school is located in the middle of Atlanta’s Tech Square district, 1.4 million square feet of space that’s home to 100 startups and 50 accelerators and incubators, as well as the R&D wings of major corporations like AT&T, Chick-fil-A, Home Depot, and Delta.

Not content with this, Georgia Tech recently announced that it plans to build a new, two-tower complex in Tech Square that will add another 400,000 square feet, to be used by Scheller and other departments of the wider university. The first new building is expected to be open in 2022.

As you would expect, Scheller’s program has its fair share of tech-focused courses, especially when it comes to electives. MBAs can choose from eight “immersive tracks” that consist of four related electives. Examples include Technology Commercialization, Business Analytics, and Leading Digital Transformation. Tracks supplement academic work with projects with businesses, talks and panels featuring guest speakers, and networking events.

A number of students are also selected for the TI:GER technology commercialization track, a four-semester project that brings together Scheller MBAs, PhDs from Georgia Tech and law students from Emory to take a business idea to market. Given Georgia Tech’s specialization in engineering, analytics, computing, cybersecurity and biomedical research, places are in hot demand. The number of MBAs who can take part in TI:GER recently increased from 25 to 40.

In 2019, Scheller launched its Innovation Fellows program, which includes classes on innovation and a two-semester internship for selected students with corporate innovation centers and other participating companies, in which students will work on live business challenges.

Students can also cluster electives in “concentrations,” which consist of three electives centered on a particular area. Some are functional, such as Accounting, Finance, or Marketing, and others are interdisciplinary, such as Entrepreneurship, Business Analytics, Leadership and Collaboration, or Cross-Cultural Human Resource Management. Overall, students take 11 electives, giving the intellectually curious plenty of space to explore.

Scheller’s experiential learning comes largely in the form of “practicums,” semester-long consulting projects involving real-life problems. Students work alongside businesses, which gives them insight and great networking opportunities; these range from an IT practicum to an international practicum which involves a study tour to another country; there are more left-field opportunities, too — for example studying why the regional sawtimber industry has been slow to sign up for Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification.

Of course, all of this is also aimed at channeling MBAs into great jobs, and Scheller is renowned for its top-notch careers service. As soon as students begin their course they are assigned a career coach. These advisers also work closely with companies, so they understand the skills they need and can find good fits for students. Given that Atlanta is also home to 17 Fortune 500 companies, those connections can be handy. Three months after graduation, 97% of Scheller’s most recent MBA cohort had a job. The top sector is consulting, at around 35%, while about 20% go into tech.

Candidates looking for a lively location will not be disappointed, as Atlanta is a thriving international city awash with bars, restaurants, arts, and sports. Scheller’s MBA also gives great bang for your buck: at a cost of about $30,000 for Georgia residents and $40,000 for non-residents, it has some of the best ROI stats around.

Katie Lloyd, Assistant Dean, MBA Programs

We often say that Scheller College is positioned strategically at the intersection of business and technology. Our curriculum and our leadership development program offerings reflect this strategic positioning as well as innovation, collaboration, and inclusion. With diversity and inclusion at the cornerstones of Scheller’s mission, we actively recruit, develop, and engage a broad and diverse community of students, faculty, and staff. Diversity enhances individual learning and improves organizational performance, and Scheller College is deeply committed to both. Our Full-time MBA class of 2021 is comprised of 40% women and 17% underrepresented minority students; our most recently seated Evening MBA class is 33% women and 19% underrepresented minorities, and our Executive MBA class is 30% women. Our incoming undergraduate class boasts 41% women.

Jasmine Howard, MBA 2020

After six years in marketing communications, I decided the time was right for an MBA to help me advance my career. Scheller’s Atlanta location and the reputation of the Jones MBA Career Center initially attracted me, but it was the program’s forward-thinking curriculum that solidified my choice. Scheller MBA students receive frequent individualized attention from our advisors and are well supported to pursue roles that best suit our talents and interests. A highlight of the program was my core IT Management course in the first semester, which emphasized current topics and tools for IT, cybersecurity, business analytics, and digital marketing. I was able to build on these skills and speak confidently about current challenges in technology in my internship interviews.


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From the Scheller College of Business

What’s the buzz about Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business? Positioning. Location. Momentum. Every business school is known for something, but perhaps no school embraces its differentiation more enthusiastically than Scheller and its highly ranked MBA program.


Much of Scheller College’s distinctiveness is driven by its unique positioning at the intersection of business and technology. As the business school at Georgia Tech, one of the premier technological institutes in the world, Scheller College has always staked out this strategic space, and its relevancy is greater today than ever before. True to the College’s strategic mission “…to produce leaders who are innovative, entrepreneurially-minded, analytically-skilled and are tech-savvy and business smart…,” Scheller MBAs have access to one of the most innovative and cutting-edge curricula in the world and they are well prepared upon graduation to lead in this increasingly digital world.


Equally unique is Scheller’s unparalleled physical location. Strategically located in Atlanta’s Midtown campus, Scheller College anchors the vibrant Technology Square district and is surrounded by 100+ startups, over a dozen incubators/accelerators, and a growing number of venture capital firms. This entrepreneurial culture has been enhanced by the recent emergence of corporate innovation centers by over two dozen Fortune 500 companies (including AT&T, Delta Air Lines, and The Home Depot, to name a few), all located literally across the street from Scheller College. These innovation centers are leveraging emerging technologies to explore new business models and re-imagine their customers’ experience, thus creating a one-of-a-kind innovation ecosystem right on the MBA program’s doorstep. This provides Scheller MBA students an opportunity to observe the real-world, real-time application of digital technologies disrupting the very industries that will hire them upon graduation. Additionally, Georgia Tech recently announced plans to build a new, two-tower complex in Tech Square that will add another 400,000 square feet. The first new building, which will be the new home for the MBA programs, is expected to open in 2022.


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