Our graduate programs build leaders. Choose from full-time, part-time, online and dual-degree options to find the path that’s right for you. With an advanced degree from the Terry College of Business, you hone your business skill set, create new career opportunities and make lasting connections with a talented and diverse community of faculty and peers.
Transform your career trajectory through immersive experiential learning. This highly selective program offers you a market-driven curriculum to help you sharpen your leadership skillset.
Take your leadership ability up a notch. Join fellow mid-to-top-level managers and earn a Georgia MBA right in the heart of Buckhead in just 18 months.
Earn a top-ranked MBA while maintaining focus on your career. Evening and weekend classes paired with online learning provide an MBA option to fit your busy schedule.
Earn your MBA in less than two years in a convenient 100% virtual format. With flexibility in course timing and delivery, you can continue to advance your career without interruption.
The Georgia Pathway MBA is a one-year Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree option open to any current undergraduate majoring in an eligible Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math (STEM) discipline and attending an accredited public or private institution in the United States.
Start your career with confidence. Housed in the J.M. Tull School of Accounting, MAcc students continue to post some of the nation’s best CPA exam pass rates while developing the skillset and knowledge needed for fulfilling careers.
Upgrade your IT and leadership skill set with the #17 online graduate business degree. Designed to accommodate your busy schedule, you can complete all coursework entirely online.
Join the first program of its kind in the U.S. Across eleven months, MMR students go hands-on with the latest industry technology, tools, and strategies, earning a 100% career placement rate as a result.
Learn how to conduct the kind of high-level economic research that is increasingly valued in academia, public policy, and the private sector. The Economics Department offers an MA degree for exceptional UGA undergraduates through the Double Dawgs Program. In the MA program, you will complete PhD-level coursework alongside our doctoral students and have the opportunity to write a thesis on a topic of your choosing under the supervision of our tenure-track faculty.
Develop your expertise in collecting, analyzing, and interpreting big data in a business context. You’ll learn the latest industry tools and technologies while working on real-world projects with corporate partners.
Dual Degrees - MBA
Prospective students who wish to pursue both a law degree and an MBA have three options: a three-year JD/MBA, a more in-depth four-year JD/MBA, and an LLM/MBA for graduates of foreign law schools.
Available for MPH students pursuing the Health Policy and Management concentration, this degree track teaches the skillset needed for those wishing to serve at the intersection of public health and business.
For students who are interested in analytics careers and want more extensive preparation, we offer an MBA-MSBA STEM Track.
MD students currently enrolled at any accredited U.S. medical school may choose to earn a Georgia MBA with one additional year of academic coursework during their medical studies.
Doctor of Pharmacy students can get an edge on the competition with the PharmD/MBA dual degree track. Eligible students can complete both programs in five years.
Undergraduate engineering students can earn both their Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree and an MBA in a total of five years through this Double Dawgs program, which is also the first and only BS/MBA degree offered by the University System of Georgia.
DUAL DEGREES – MAcc
Current UGA undergraduate accounting majors can satisfy requirements for both their BBA and MAcc degrees with this path. Advisement is necessary.
Terry admits who are non-accounting majors can complete this program to pursue either public accounting, consulting or advisory positions.
Over three years, students who majored in accounting and who want to pursue a career in tax law and become licensed as both a CPA and an attorney can graduate with both a Juris Doctor and a Masters of Accountancy – Taxation.
Accounting undergraduates interested in both personal financial planning and taxation can complete this 3-semester program, earning two master's degrees and qualifying to sit for the CPA, CFP and PFS exams.
PhD programs at Terry provide students with a rigorous education in research and with the skills necessary to become successful teachers.