The Georgia WebMBA®
The U.S. News & World Report “2013 Best
Online Graduate Business Programs”
Georgia WebMBA® at Georgia College #
15 nationally and # 1 in Georgia!
The Georgia WebMBA® offers professionals the opportunity to earn an accredited online MBA degree without interruption to their work and personal lives. Students benefit with the same commitment to quality and service as our on-campus programs. We are accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the premier accrediting body for business degree programs.
Courses combine text materials, case studies, online team projects and assignments, as well as discussions and written project work. Courses are asynchronous. No face-to-face or class online meetings are required. Student teams typically decide when members will meet in real-time. Students may not switch back and forth from the WebMBA to the regular MBA. The WebMBA is a lock-step cohort program and all WebMBA courses are reserved for the students in the cohort.
Grades are based on reports, exams, assigned case studies and simulations, and participation in course and team activities.
Why enroll in Georgia WebMBA®?
- Low program tuition cost
- Professional accreditation
- No course residencies
- Professionally qualified faculty
- Team-based learning
- Applied focus
- International experience
We have been recognized by The Princeton Review as "Best MBA Programs, ""Best Southeastern Colleges," and "Best Value." We have received other awards such as "CEO's Top 10 Business Schools" (Chief Executive) and "Top 100 Schools" (Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine). Each year the program appears in U.S. News & World Report Online and Business Week Online listings of accredited Web MBA programs.
We are currently accepting applications for the Spring 2014 cohort. The application deadline is December 1, 2013, with a priority deadline of November 15, 2013. The mandatory orientation is scheduled for Friday, January 10 and Saturday, January 11, 2014.
No course residencies: No visits are required for courses. There are no proctored exams. Students living within the Continental U.S. are required to attend a 2-day orientation held at the beginning of the program.