Frequently Asked Questions
Do the foundation courses need to be completed before starting the graduate program?
Yes, foundation courses must be completed before enrolling in 6000-level courses. Specific foundation course requirements can be found in the curriculum section of each degree program we offer.
How often do classes meet?
Classes typically meet one night per week from 5:30 p.m. - 8:15 p.m. during the Fall and Spring semesters and 5:30 p.m. – 10 p.m. during the summer.
Do I have to take the GMAT or GRE to enroll in classes?
Before enrolling in 6000-level graduate courses, students must meet admission requirements with an acceptable GMAT or GRE score.
Where can I get help with financial aid?
Students may contact the Financial Aid office at 800-342-0471 or through the website at www.gcsu.edu /financialaid/.
Are the courses in Macon and Warner Robins satellite courses viewed on a TV?
No, the courses offered in Macon and Warner Robins are taught by our full-time academically and professionally qualified faculty who travel to each location to teach the courses.
Can I take some of the Georgia WebMBA® courses and count them toward the traditional MBA program?
Students may not switch back and forth between these two programs because the Georgia WebMBA® program is a lock-step cohort program. WebMBA courses are reserved for the students in the cohort.
Is there a time limit on the foundation courses?
There is no time limit on the completion of foundation courses; however, students who feel they need a refresher should use their own discretion when decided whether or not to repeat them prior to enrolling in the 6000-level graduate courses.
How long do I have to complete my graduate degree?
The degree must be completed within seven years.
Can I be admitted to a program if I haven't taken the foundation courses?
Yes, you can be admitted to the program as long as you meet the admission requirements. However, the foundation courses must be taken before you begin the 6000-level courses.