The Full-Time MBA at the University of Georgia Terry College of Business invests in students who inspire and innovate. We support leaders by providing a collaborative learning environment that emphasizes hands-on learning.
A Georgia MBA puts you ahead of the competition with recognized faculty and leading industry professionals, a fiercely loyal global network, and the expert guidance you need to take the next step in your career.
Kayla Vickers came to the Terry College of Business with a family, a successful career and a desire to do more. She saw a need in her field for practicing optometrists to have a voice in administrative meetings and knew a UGA MBA would help her fill that need.
Georgia MBA programs attract the brightest young talent in the business world. These newly minted MBAs are experienced professionals ready to help you tackle the toughest workplace challenges and turn them into growth opportunities.
One size does not fit all, which is why the Georgia MBA experience is student-centered and personalized. Our students find a home in Athens and are part of the Terry family. Faculty and staff are dedicated to the success of each student, and career staff focuses on helping students find the best opportunities to match their values and goals.
Stephanie Dees (MBA ’21) talks about the challenges of balancing academics with the job search as she pursued a career in brand marketing.
The Terry College’s state-of-the-art Business Learning Community is at the center of the University of Georgia’s main campus in Athens, Georgia, and home to the Full-Time MBA. Join us for a virtual tour of our beautiful campus to see one of the Georgia MBA’s amazing benefits.
The Georgia MBA network connects our students to learning and recruiting opportunities. Our project-based courses and experiential learning opportunities give students the chance to practice new skills, develop expertise, and connect with the University of Georgia and Terry College of Business networks.
Alex Foye (MBA ’21) discusses how our Applied Learning Opportunities provided him with the experience and networking contacts needed to transition from a supply chain career to one in brand marketing.