Executive MBA programs like to see candidates with 10+ years of work experience, which is close to your experience. Particularly because you have not yet taken the GMAT, this may be something you will want to increasingly consider.
If you do apply to an Executive MBA there will be opportunities to pursue new careers, particularly if you attend a top program because of the network you will build. However, traditional 2 year MBA programs tend to provide more opportunities because of the summer internship, which is a great opportunity to experience work in another industry.
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