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Are you someone who wants to develop products or help bring them to market? Do you see yourself in the boardroom guiding company strategy, or in the health care industry managing the people and facilities that deliver live saving treatments and life enhancing therapies?

Then a Business Administration degree might be for you. Hull College of Business prepares students for a variety of rewarding career pathways.

A Business Administration degree from Augusta University offers you an experience like no other — one that applies a broad background of practical business knowledge with market-driven concentrations to create a personally tailored degree that can take you wherever you want to go in the business world.

Business Administration is for you if you consider yourself

Analytical and Strategic
Creative and Expressive

Program Information

Hull College of Business

1120 15th Street
Augusta, GA 30912

Allgood Hall N108


What You'll Study


IIn the Business Administration program, you’ll focus on the general study of business — everything from buying, selling and producing goods and services to business organization and accounting — and also be able to customize your concentration options in the areas of applied economic analysis, digital marketing, financial services, and health care management.

Course List | Track Sheet

Focal Points

Program Concentrations

Applied Economic Analysis

Applied Economic Analytsis

Digital Marketing

Digital Marketing

Financial Services

Financial Services

Health Care Management

Health Care Management

Experience-based Education

Outside the Classroom

More than 125 students participate in the Study Abroad and Study Away program each year, adding exciting life-changing memories and important resume-enhancing experiences.

Tours of area businesses and events like the Business Showcase series provide opportunities to engage with business leaders and potential employers outside the classroom.

Community engagement projects and the prominent role the Hull College of Business plays in the region ensures exposure to a wide variety of businesses, mentors and potential employers.

Career Planning

The Career and Academic Planning (CAP) Center offers a comprehensive range of services that help students achieve their academic and career goals.


Internships allow you to apply what you’ve learned in the classroom, providing the real-world skills employers are looking for. Additionally, internships provide a network of professional contacts.

Clubs & Organizations

Student organizations supplement classroom education with networking events and leadership opportunities, further developing professional business knowledge and skills.

Research & Innovation

Whether you’re an undergrad or graduate student, Augusta University offers opportunities to create your own research project or work with faculty to tackle some of the world’s most complex and pressing challenges.

Your Future

Career Options

A Business Administration degree prepares you for a career in hospitals, governmental agencies and non-profit organizations. Or, if you’re entrepreneurial-minded, you can start your own venture. Armed with the solid foundation provided by this degree, your opportunities are endless.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median salary for a financial manager is $131,710 per year, with a projected growth of 17% through 2030.


Three Business students hold sign that says Future Professionals

Learning Like No Other

Why Augusta?

Frequent networking opportunities and a strong presence in the local business community ensures you’ll interact with potential mentors and employers both inside and outside the classroom.

A focus on academic and career planning allows you to achieve your goals.

Internships provide real-world experience that gives students a competitive advantage, increasing your viability as a potential new hire.

Hull News

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Greetings Hull Alumni and Friends

Happy New Year, and welcome to the January issue of Inside Hull! I hope you had a great holiday season, and I hope the first month of the new year has been a good one for you. The spring semester of 2023 is off to a fast start as our students began classes on Jan. 9, and […]

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Hull College Welcomes New MBA Students

The Hull College of Business welcomed its incoming spring semester cohort of MBA students on Mon., Jan. 9, with a reception before their first MBA class. This cohort consists of professionals across various industries looking to advance their careers, with our largest group of DMD/MBA students enrolled to date. This group of DMD/MBA dual enrolled […]

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New Students Welcomed to Hull Ambassador Program During Spring Kick-off

The Hull College welcomed four new students to the Hull Ambassador Program during a kick-off lunch to the spring semester on Fri., Jan. 13. The students were recruited to be ambassadors to represent the Hull College at campus and business community functions, while having additional opportunities for professional and  personal development and networking. New students […]

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Associate Dean Publishes Annual Hospital Ranking in Georgia Business Magazine

The December issue of Georgia Trend featured its ranking of the state’s hospitals, authored by the Hull College of Business’s associate dean and professor, Mark Thompson. Hospitals, providing a range of services and of similar size and mission, are ranked in the annual publication based on Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) data. Thompson has provided […]

Educating the next generation of leaders

The Hull College of Business prepares students for successful careers in business through distinctive academic programs and experiential learning. Join us today for an experience like no other.