To be eligible for consideration for the Executive MBA, applicants must have earned an undergraduate bachelors degree.
The following criteria will be taken into consideration when the admission decision is being made:
Total years of professional/business work experience (minimum five years)
Years of significant managerial experience
Level of current position (early to mid-level manager or higher) and accomplishments achieved to date
Undergraduate grade point average
Graduate degree, certificate/certification, etc., if applicable
GMAT score required (may be waived based on other factors)
Personal interview demonstrating potential to succeed in program
Maturity (ability to interact well in cohort-based program)
Resume, Work History, and Statement of Purpose
It is expected that successful applicants will have a GPA of 2.75 or higher and a GMAT score of at least 450. Exceptions may be made based on professional experience, undergraduate background, and/or other professional factors.
To apply to the EMBA program, please print, complete, and submit the EMBA application form and required documents to the EMBA director to the address provided below.
EMBA Application Form
Dr. Doug Amyx
P. O. Box 10318
Ruston, LA 71272
If your application is accepted, a personal interview will be scheduled. Once the personal interview has been completed, a final admission decision will be made. If accepted after the personal interview, you will be notified by the EMBA Director and asked to submit the following:
A non-refundable deposit of $1,000 made out to "Louisiana Tech Foundation."
A completed graduate school admission form accompanied by all required documentation (including GMAT score if available/applicable, non-refundable application fee of $40.00, and official academic transcripts from all colleges and universities). You will receive specific instructions on completing this application from the EMBA Director.
Please call 318-257-4528 for information on deposit dates, EMBA program application dates, and graduate school application dates.
Director, EMBA Program
Dr. Doug Amyx
Associate Dean of Graduate Studies