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Compare Georgia MBA Programs

We offer three different MBA programs to fit your career goals and schedule.


Full-Time MBA

Professional MBA

Executive MBA


Best for career development
40+ hours/week

Best for career advancement while balancing school, work & life
20+ hours/week

Best for leadership advancement
20+ hours/week


Main UGA Campus (Athens)

Terry Executive Education Center (Buckhead)

Terry Executive Education Center (Buckhead)

Program Format

100% classroom instruction

70% classroom instruction
30% distance learning

50% classroom instruction
50% distance learning

Class Structure

Traditional classroom experience, (Monday–Thursday, 8am–5pm)

Two evenings (6–9pm) or Saturdays (9am–4pm) for two consecutive weeks followed by one distance week

Weekends (Fri/Sat) once per month; two one-week campus residencies, two-week international residency


See FTMBA tuition breakdown

See PMBA tuition breakdown

See EMBA tuition breakdown

Annual Incoming Enrollment

50–75 students

140-200 students

30-50 students

Class Profile

See FTMBA class profile breakdown

See PMBA class profile breakdown

See EMBA class profile breakdown

Admissions Deadline

4 deadlines, October - March

May 30

June 30

Start Date




Program Duration

22 months

20-23 months

18 months

Curriculum & International Development



Cohort Model/Student Groups


Leadership Certificate Program



Executive Leadership Development



International Experience

Opportunity for a 10-day trip and global consulting project

Opportunity for a 7-10 day international residency

Inclusive 10-day international residency

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Full-Time MBA

Professional MBA

Executive MBA

Latest News

The Office of Global Engagement is proud to announce Santanu Chatterjee as the winner of the 2022 Richard Reiff Internationalization Award for major contributions to the overall internationalization of the University of Georgia.

The Georgia MBA ranks No. 12 among public universities in the U.S., No. 28 among all U.S. business schools and No. 36 in the world, according to The Economist survey released June 22.

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.

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