Find out which MBA in Georgia is right for your career. Check the schools' profiles for information on MBA courses including study options, tuition, costs, duration and admission requirements. Find programs that follow the international accreditation standards of AACSB, AMBA, or EQUIS.
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A combined degree program with the UGA Law School.
A program structured into eight modules of twelve weeks each plus an optional international residency. The program is offered at the Terry Executive Education Center in Buckhead or the UGA Gwinnett campus in Lawrenceville. The programs blends 70% of classroom instruction and 30% of distance learning.
A joint degree program for Georgia Regents University MD students at the University of Georgia's Health Sciences Campus.
A joint degree program with the UGA Law School.
A weekend program composed of six 12-week sessions with breaks between each session. Classes meet on Friday from 6-10 and all day Saturday from 8-5pm.
A 30-hour, on-campus program that consists of 10 graduate courses. All classes meet in the evening
A lockstep program, launched in 1980, that begins in August each year and takes five semesters to complete. Classes meet every other week on Friday and Saturday at the GSU Buckhead facility in Atlanta.
A dual degree program with the Georgia State College of Law.
Courses are offered at the downtown Atlanta campus, Robinson's Buckhead Center, and Georgia State University's Alpharetta Center. The program offers career paths in Accounting Information Systems Design and Assurance, Enterprise Risk Management, Information Systems Consulting, Information Technology Risk Management.
A program consisting of three 8-week modules at Robinson in Atlanta, 7 weeks at IAE in Paris and 5 weeks at COPPEAD in Rio de Janeiro. Upon completion of the program, students will receive an MBA degree from GSU, a 'Master d'Administration des Entreprises' from IAE Paris and a certificate from COPPEAD Graduate School of Business – Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
A one-year program with degree completion in 10-12 months. Classes meet four days per week.
The program meets the course requirements to sit for the CPA exam and for CPA licensure in the State of Georgia.
An accelerated 16-month program with January start date. Classes meet on Saturday every other week.
Students have the option to attend some classes on campus.
A joint degree program offered in cooperation with the McAfee School of Theology.
A joint degree program offered in partnership with the Mercer's College of Pharmacy. The program is intended for students who wish to pursue the MBA concurrently with the Doctor of Pharmacy degree.
A dual degree program offered in conjunction with the Mercer University's Walter F. George School of Law.