Business Administration

Georgia College & State University
United States
Master's Degree
Study mode
2 years
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Entry Requirements


Admission is limited to holders of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution. It is expected that admission will be granted only to students showing high promise of successi n graduate study. The candidate's performance on teh Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) and the candidate's undergraduate work will be used to determine admission status. The median GMAT score for currently admitted students is 510. If a potential student has taken the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) within the past three years, please contact the Director of Graduate Programs in Business to determine if the GRE can be substituted for the GMAT.



  • Principles of Accounting
  • Business Finance
  • College-level Economics
  • College-level Statistics

Foundation courses may be waived if undergraduate equivalent completed with a grade of a “C” or better.

Graduate Courses
(30 hours)

Business Core (30 hours)
ACCT 6900:  Integrated Accounting for Decision Makers
ECON 6980:  Applied Economics for Managers
FINC 6940:   Financial Policy and Management
LENB 6960:  Commercial Law, Regulation, and Corporate Social Responsibility
MGMT 6910:  Applied Decision Making
MGMT 6950:  Communication
MGMT 6970:  Strategic Operations Management
MGMT 6990:  Leadership and Strategic Decisions
MKTG 6930:   Applied Marketing
MMIS 6920:   Information Systems for Managers

MBA with a Concentration in Management Information Systems (9 additional hours)
The MBA with a concentration in Management Information Systems is designed for students who desire to specialize their MBA degre with MIS courses aimed at managers, rather than practitioners. The required classes are offered at night in Macon making it possible for a student at any GC location to take these courses as part of his/her MBA. Students wishing to obtain a graduate degree that is focused on MIS should enroll in the MMIS degree.

MMIS 6296:  Database Management OR
MMIS 6298:  Analysis and Process Innovation

Choose two of the following:
MMIS 6293:  Emerging Trends in Management
MMIS 6295:  Information Technology Infrastructure
MMIS 6299:  Research Project
MMIS 6393:  Information Technology Project Management
MMIS 6505:  Special Topics in Information Systems

Total: 39 Hours for the MBA w/Management Information Systems Concentration

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