Business Administration - Executive Program
MBA
Application Deadlines
Fall:May 1
Contact Information: 
W437 TNRB, Provo, UT 84602-3131
(801) 422-3500
mba@byu.edu
Program Requirements: 

Business Administration – Executive Option
 
The executive masters of business administration option is a rigorous program in general management for fully employed professionals. Designed for managers and professionals who have at least five years of full-time managerial work experience, it consists of courses similar to the full-time MBA program but is unique in reflecting the work and management experience of its students. The Executive MBA is a general degree and does not offer specialization in functional areas.
 
All Executive MBA classes are offered at the BYU Salt Lake Center in downtown Salt Lake City in a weekend format.  Classes are held every other weekend on Friday from noon to 6:30 p.m. and on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
 
Obtaining an MBA degree through the executive MBA option requires a year-round commitment for two years.  Students spend one residency week on campus at the beginning of each school year in a complex case analysis and other concentrated study. Executive MBA classes are not available to students outside the Executive MBA program.

Admission Requirements: 

Required Tests

GMAT

Additional Requirements

  1. All MBA students are required to pass a basic preparation course and proficiency exam in accounting and statistics by July 1, 2015. The courses are offered online through My Educator
  2. Strong computer skills
  3. Minimum 5 years of full-time management work experience (avg. 10 years)
  4. Resume
  5. Two professional letters of recommendation
  6. All International applicants must complete a foreign credential evaluation with IERF and request to have the official report sent electronically to BYU Graduate Studies (before the applicable program application deadline) in order to considered eligible for admission.

Deadline Notes

December 1 - 1st round
January 15 - 2nd round
March 1 - 3rd round
May 1 - Final

 

Program Outcomes: 


Faith and Professional Accomplishment

Demonstrate the relevance of personal faith to professional development

Contributing to Teams and Organizations

Contribute, as a leader or a member, to the collaboration of their teams and organizations

Trends in the Global Economy

Identify and demonstrate how trends in the global economy influence the strategies of companies

Ethical Values

Translate ethical values into business practice

Program Stats

Characteristics of Students from Past Academic Year
Total Students 140
International 9
Female 23
LDS 128
Minority 20
BYU Undergraduate 66
Three Year Average Test Scores of Admitted Student
GMAT Composite Score 615.4
GMAT Quantitative Score 38.6
GMAT Quantitative Percentile 45.5
GMAT Verbal Score 35.8
GMAT Verbal Percentile 76.5
GMAT Analytical Score 4.0
GMAT Analytical Percentile 46.8
GMAT Integrated Score 4.7
GMAT Integrated Percentile 48.5
Five Year Average of Graduated Students
Average Years to Degree 2.0
Graduated Per Year 61.8
Five Year Average of Admitted Students
Applied Per Year 107.2
Admitted Per Year 73.0
Percent Admitted 68.10
Average GPA 3.40