Applicants to the PEMBA program must have a medical degree from an accredited American university or medical college or certified equivalent and have completed their residency training. Entrance exams such as the GMAT or GRE are not required. A structured interview is conducted upon receipt of all application materials.
To apply to the Physician’s Executive MBA program, you need to complete the Admissions Application from the Auburn Graduate School. The application should be completed online and sent electronically. A non-refundable $60 fee ($70 for International applicants) for the Graduate School application can be paid online at the time you submit your application. Your Graduate School application is not processed until the fee has been paid. Click here for a pdf with complete instructions.
If you need some time to gather your application materials but want to reserve your space in the program, please fill out the Intent to Apply form and fax it to us at (334) 844-2964.
The goal of the Auburn program is to admit the best students possible so our admissions policy is deliberately flexible. In unusual cases, an application may be accepted until the first day of classes, however, the priority deadline is June 1st for classes beginning in August.
Upon acceptance into the program, a $1,000.00 non–refundable deposit is required to secure a place in the upcoming class. The deposit is applied towards the first semester’s tuition.
Fees & Payment Schedule
Auburn’s Physicians Executive MBA is competitively priced at $64,935* for the entire program (tuition, books, Auburn/Washington DC/overseas lodging, most meals while on campus/study trips and Washington DC/international airfare). Your only additional expense is your travel costs to get to Auburn for the five residency weeks.
Tuition is invoiced at the beginning of each semester based on the number of credit hours taken. Payment is due within 30 days of invoicing.
* For new students enrolling in the Fall of 2016. Subject to change for new students enrolling in the Fall of 2017.
Financial aid is available in the form of Federal Direct Loans. The loans are based on annual and aggregate loan limits and are not needs based. For more information, visit the Student Financial Services Web site.