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Professional MBA Program

Earn your MBA while focusing on your career advancement

Through the Georgia Professional MBA, earn your MBA in 20 or 23 months part-time through evening or Saturday classes and online learning. With classes held in Atlanta at the Terry Executive Education Center, you will build meaningful relationships with individuals from a vast array of backgrounds and experiences. Grow personally and professionally in a cohort program that values diverse and inclusive learning environments. In addition to earning your MBA, you can also pursue certificates in Workforce Diversity, Entrepreneurship, and /or a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

Take a look inside the Terry Executive Education Center.

Weeknight or Weekend

The Professional MBA has both evening and Saturday cohort options to accommodate your schedule.

The Right Connections

From your fellow students to your potential employers to a vast network of Terry alumni, you will build strong networks that last throughout your career.

Optional International Opportunity

Business today is global, so our optional 10-day international residency will give you a competitive edge.

Leadership Focus

From your very first day with us, we prepare you to lead. Gain the competitive edge that comes from reaching your full potential.

Commitment to Diversity

Learn more about Terry College's commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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We understand that your approach to choosing an MBA program may seem significantly different than your counterparts in the private sector. At Terry, we are committed to providing you with the support you need throughout the admissions process and during the program.

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Latest News

The part-time and full-time MBA programs at UGA both moved up the latest graduate school rankings from U.S. News & World Report, with the part-time Professional MBA in Atlanta earning its best ranking ever from U.S. News.

When Larry Richardson began the Executive MBA program at the Terry College, he wanted to transition from years of work in emergency medical services to the business side of public safety.

Susan Brown brings a range of relevant experiences to her new role as director of the Executive and Professional MBA Programs at the University of Georgia Terry College of Business.

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