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Business Administration

With a Master of Business Administration degree, you’ll be prepared to make your mark in a variety of different business environments.

By choosing to earn your MBA at Augusta University’s James M. Hull College of Business, you’ll be learning the skills necessary for advancement in today’s competitive work environment while developing your professional network and gaining valuable experience outside the classroom.  

Business Administration is for you if you consider yourself

Analytical and Strategic
Creative and Expressive



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What You'll Study


Students in Augusta University’s Master of Business Administration program will complete 30 credit hours of coursework within a 12- or 24-month period.

The 10 core classes are offered in an evening face-to-face or hybrid format.

Curriculum | Admissions Criteria | Tuition and Fees | Application Deadlines

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Graduate School Advantage

Augusta University's graduate programs are among the best in the nation – and the world – and our graduate students are our most valuable assets. To ensure that our students earn more than a degree, the Graduate School offers a range of opportunities so they can develop the leadership, communication and personal skills needed for a rewarding life and academic, research or professional career.

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About the Graduate School

Experience-based Education

Outside the Classroom

Augusta University offers opportunities to work with faculty on research projects tackling some of the world’s most complex and pressing challenges.

The unique relationship the Hull College of Business enjoys with local businesses provides beneficial opportunities to engage with business leaders and potential employers.

Several student organizations give students the chance to develop leadership skills and engage with alumni and future employers.


Small Classes

With an average class size of 29 students, students receive individualized attention.


Convenient Hours

Most campus classes are offered from 5:30-9:30 p.m., making the Hull MBA perfect for the working professional.


Nationally Recognized

The Hull MBA is ranked as one of the nation’s best on-campus MBA programs by the Princeton Review.


Respected Accreditation

The MBA program is accredited by AACSB International, a distinction earned by fewer than five percent of business schools worldwide.

Your Future

Career Options

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the careers with the highest levels of management positions include local government, computer systems design, real estate and the management of companies and enterprises. The annual mean wage for these career areas range from $88,000 to $159,000.

The median salary for a financial manager is $131,710 per year, with a projected growth of 17% through 2031.

Admissions Criteria at a Glance

Degree Requirement: Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university.

Transcripts: Official transcripts are required from all universities and colleges ever attended. Unofficial transcripts from US colleges and universities can be used in the admissions review process in lieu of official transcripts for this program.

Standardized Test Requirements: Submission of official GMAT/GRE/MCAT/DAT exam scores for applicants is optional.

Letters of Recommendation: Recommendations from three individuals must be submitted through the application portal.

Resume: Applicants must submit a resume or curriculum vitae within the application portal.

Work Experience: A minimum of two years of professional business experience is strongly recommended.

International Students: Please review the verification process for international transcripts and the english proficiency requirement.

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*Tution & Fees listed here are for in-state students enrolling in the university for Fall 2024 semester.

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For more detailed admissions criteria, please visit the Graduate School's graduate admissions guide.

Application Deadlines

Spring '24 Application Deadline

  • November 15, 2023

Part-time only

Fall '24 Application Deadline

  • April 1, 2024

Full-time and Part-time International Applicants

Fall '24 Application Deadline

  • June 15, 2024

Full-time and Part-time Domestic Applicants

Early submission of all application materials is strongly advised.

All required application materials and documents must be received in order for an application to be considered complete and before an admission decision can be made. The program does not accept applications after the published application deadline, however the program will continue to accept application materials up to 2 weeks after the application deadline.

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Learning Like No Other

Why Augusta?

With classes offered in an evening face-to-face format or with hybrid options, the Hull MBA is perfect for working professionals.

The numerous networking opportunities offered by the program provide excellent opportunities for professional advancement.

The ability to complete the program in just 12 months of full-time study means you can start your future sooner.

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Alumni Weekend 2024 set for April 26-28

Over the course of the weekend, numerous alumni banquets for the university’s colleges, schools and organizations will be held throughout Augusta

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Students address real-world issues during annual Innovate Pitch competition

“We were surprised that we won but we were really passionate about our project to begin with. It’s just amazing that a lot of people also were interested in the pitch."

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How will the bridge collapse in Baltimore affect the supply chain?

“Most ports on the East Coast are at 70% to 80% capacity, which is where you want to be. You don’t want to have much more than that, but they’re going to have to. It could affect a good bit of the eastern half of the United States."

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‘That internship prepared me for my current role’

"Students learn teamwork, project management, conflict resolution, communication skills, networking, critical thinking, problem-solving and much more."

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.