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Graduate Programs

MBA

The Professional MBA program in Savannah seeks to create organizational leaders who have strong analytical and technical skills, business and functional skills, and people and leadership skills and who evaluate business decisions through the lens of ethics, honesty, integrity, and professionalism. A strength of the campus program is its extensive use of extracurricular activities completed during class time as a bridge between the classroom and the real world. The program’s 36-credit hour curriculum can be completed in about 22 months.

MBA Online

The Online MBA program, ranked among the top online MBA programs in the country, is designed for professionals who want to earn their degree without the restrictions of set class times and location. The program’s 30-credit hour curriculum can be completed in about 21 months.

Parker College of Business
Georgia Southern University
P.O. Box 8050
Statesboro, GA 30458
Phone: 912-478-5767
Fax: 912-478-7480
mba@georgiasouthern.edu

Master of Accounting (MAcc)

The Master of Accounting (MAcc) degree allows students to continue their specialized studies of the discipline. Many students who earn their MAcc degree seek careers as Certified Public Accountants (CPAs).

Master of Accounting Online (WebMAcc)

The WebMAcc is a 30-semester hour program with 100% of the course work delivered online. The program follows a cohort model with intakes in the Fall and Spring semesters. To help ensure our students’ success and to help them stay on track in the program, we use a team-based approach to online learning.

Master of Science in Applied Economics (MSAE)

Our Online Master of Science in Applied Economics (MSAE) program objective is to provide graduates with analytical capabilities in economic development, financial economics, and regulatory issues.

Ph.D. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

The main objective of the Ph.D. program is to train students for both advanced practice and academic positions with a broader goal of decreasing the shortage of Georgia residents trained in logistics and materials management. These areas lie at the core of supply chain management.

Federal law requires colleges and universities to make certain disclosures to prospective students of these programs. These disclosures include information on the University’s authority to operate outside of Georgia, complaint processes, adverse actions, and refunds.

For required disclosures in general with regard to online programs offered by the University, visit the Office of Legal Affairs website.

Last updated: 9/1/2020