EMBA Fast Facts

Length of Program
  • 19 months (Starts each January)
Format
  • Five semesters

  • Classes held two weekends a month (Friday/Saturday) including domestic residency periods and two global immersions.

Designed for
  • Focused, hard-driving and mid-career professionals who want to go to the next level in their careers or start their own business.
Admissions Requirements
  • Professional and managerial experience

  • Application

  • Transcripts

  • Two letters of recommendation

  • GMAT/GRE score or waiver

  • Interview
Application Deadlines
Round One Deadline – June 1st
  • $100 application fee waived
  • Eligible to apply for the Executive MBA Charter Scholarship
  • If admitted in Round One, you will receive a special invitation to a summertime networking event with current students, faculty, and members of the Dean’s team to get you connected to your new William & Mary Executive MBA network as soon as possible
Round Two Deadline – September 15th
  • The latest we recommend you apply
  • $100 application fee waived
Class Profile (Current class 2017)
  • Average age: 41
  • Average Work Experience: 17 years
  • Average GMAT*: 557
  • Average Income: $122,450
  • Male: 71%; Female 29%
  • Graduate Degree: 44%

*Our Waiver Policy skews the average GMAT score down and thus this statistic is less representative of our student body.

Companies Represented (Current class 2017)
  • Armed Forces Services Corporation; AstraZeneca; Buckstaff Public Safety; ClearPoint Financial Solutions; Cox Media; Cubic Application; DaVita Healthcare Partners; Dell Services Federal Government; Deloitte Consulting; Delta Airport Consultants; Department of Justice-FBI; Dominion Virginia Power; First Potomac Realty Trust; Hampton Roads Sanitation District; Keystone Concepts; The Language Group; Leoni Fiber Optics; Luna Innovations; McKean Defense Group; Middlesex County Public Schools; Naval Surface Force Atlantic; Owens & Minor Distribution; Smithfield Food; SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic; Valley Investment Management; University of Pennsylvania; US Air Force; US Army Corps of Engineers; US Navy.
Program Costs

$93,900, includes:

  • Tuition and fees
  • Notebook computer
  • Educational materials including books and cases
  • Online collaborative software
  • Tutors
  • Campus parking
  • Lodging during domestic residencies, global residencies, and Friday class nights in Williamsburg
  • Meals during domestic residencies, class days, and global residencies
  • Career Management Center Services and Executive Partner Network
  • Family Events
  • William & Mary campus facilities

Long-haul international flights for the required global immersions are not included in Program tuition and fees.  Each student is responsible for booking and paying for two roundtrip airline tickets with an estimated budget of $1,500 per ticket or $3,000 total over the course of the Program.

Tuition Payment Schedule
  • Click HERE to see the Class of 2019 Tuition Payment Schedule.
  • Students are invoiced prior to the start of each semester.
  • Amex, Visa, MasterCard and Discover credit cards are acceptable for payment.