Why University of North Carolina, Greensboro?
An online Master of Business Administration degree program is offered by this large public research university located in Greensboro, North Carolina. There are no prerequisites for this program specified. Applications are assessed holistically based on potential for success in the program, educational background and performance, and work history. Applicants may submit GMAT or other standardized test scores to support their application if they desire. A minimum undergraduate Grade Point Average of 3.0 is expected. The program is administered by the university’s Bryan School of Business and Economics.
|University Name||University of North Carolina, Greensboro|
|Name of Degree||Master of Business Administration|
|School or Department Administering Program||Bryan School of Business and Economics|
|Cost per credit||$1,138.00|
|Tuition for Entire Program||$51,210.00|
|Prerequisite Courses and Skills||none|
|Campus Visit Required?||no|
|Typical Time to Complete||2.5 years|
|When Can Students Start the Program?||Fall, Spring, Summer|
|Does the Program Include a Capstone?||yes|
|Does the program include a practicum or internship?||yes|
|Other Features that Make the Program Unique||Distinctive concentrations in Cyber Security, Economics of Health Analytics, and Taxation; Basecamp, Mentoring and Internship required; Prelude/Visiting student status available for up to 6 hours of credit applied to Masters; students in Early Career track required to attend an in-person on-campus 2 day orientation|
|Program Description||Offering a wide range of nine specialization areas, including Business Analytics, Cyber Security, Economics of Health Analytics, Information Technology, IT Development, IT Management, Quantitative Business Economics, Supply Chain Management and Taxation, this program consists fo 45 required credits. The curriculum requires an organizational internship and a capstone consulting course, as well as mentoring, meaning that students graduate with strong career skills. Some students are required to attend a two-day on-campus orientation.|
What will I Learn?
Students begin the program by studying foundational topics in courses such as Leadership, Quantitative Analysis, Financial and Managerial Accounting and Managerial Economics. They gain more advanced skills in Marketing Management, Financial Management, and Operations for Competitive Advantage. Decision-making strategies are highlighted in Strategic Management, Business Analytics, and Negotiations for Management. The curriculum is rounded out by Global Business, Innovation and Global Business in Practice.
All students take a Capstone Consulting Course and complete an Organizational Internship.
Students can choose to specialize in one of the following concentrations: Business Analytics, Cyber Security, Economics of Health Analytics, Information Technology, IT Development, IT Management, Quantitative Business Economics, Supply Chain Management or Taxation.
How much will the program cost?
Students finish their degree within 2.5 years and pay $1,138.00 per credit for a total of 45 credits, or just over $51,000.00 for the entire degree.
How does the program fit into my life?
Asynchronous learning means that there is no required time for students to log into their online classroom. Instead, they have weekly online assignments to complete and frequent chances to engage with their professor and peers. Activities in the virtual realm may include, but are not limited to, video lectures, interactive exercises, and chat rooms. There is no need to come to campus. In two and a half years, students will have finished the curriculum. The program welcomes new students in the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters each year.
The UNC-Greensboro program will be attractive to applicants who want structured opportunities to develop on-the-job skills and build their network, because it requires both an internship and a capstone consulting course. Students also build relationships through mentoring, and acquire skills in Basecamp project management. Unlike some programs, Greensboro also accepts students with less career experience, placing them in a special highly supportive Early Career Track which includes a required on-campus orientation.
Greensboro will also lure students interested in its distinctive concentrations in Cyber Security, Economics of Health Analytics, and Taxation. Students have the opportunity to test the MBA experience through the Bryan Prelude program, allowing them to study as a visiting student for up to six credits that can later be applied to the MBA.