You seem like a shoo-in for part time programs for sure and I think you'd have a run at top ten full time programs as well depending on your post-MBA vision and how well it ties into your existing experience. Because you have an extended work history, you will be more heavily scrutinized for what you have achieved (or not) in your career. Many people with 10 years WE are executives applying to EMBA programs, so the fact that you haven't achieved this kind of leadershp status may give some schools in the top tier reason to pause. The good news is, you clearly have the smarts for b-school and plenty of extra involvement to demonstrate depth. I also like the innovation that is demonstrated in your background which will appeal particularly to places like Haas and Sloan. Graduating from a mediocre college won't help, but it's been a long time since college, so this will matter less now--more about what you have achieved in your career and how you have impacted your organization. I think showing promotions at work, particularly where you are now since you have been there seven years, would go a long way towards proving you are an achiever who gets noticed. GMAT is fantastic, but frankly, the Asian Male applicant pool is replete with GMAT toppers, so focus on standing out by sharing all the detail of your personal and professional story that is unique to you. Ask yourself how am I different from the next Asian Male Engineer with a top GMAT score and you will be thinking about this the right way.
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