Master of Business Administration
Georgia College & State University-- J. Whitney Bunting School of Business
Distance Learning, On-Campus
Earliest start date
The objective of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree is to prepare future business executives to deal with managerial problems related to operations in a modern economy.
The academic program consists of 30-57 semester hours of work. The first year of study consists primarily of foundation courses which are designed for students whose undergraduate academic experiences have been largely in non-business areas. If the individual's previous academic work satisfies a portion of the first year's course of study, the foundation courses may be waived accordingly. The curriculum for the MBA degree is based on the recommendations of AACSB International, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, for this general professional degree.
The entering student with an appropriate academic background may be able to complete the Master of Business Administration degree with a minimum of 36 semester hours of graduate work. All programs of study are based on individual student needs as stipulated by the graduate director.