Master of Business Administration

Business students study inside the lobby of the Jacobs Building

Develop the skills you need to take the next step in your career and stand out from the crowd. With more than a dozen concentrations and over 20 years experience teaching online, Brenau University has what you need to advance in your organization. You’ll work directly with experienced faculty members, who have worked in the private sector and education, to learn to solve the real-world problems that you encounter everyday in your career. Make an investment in yourself and prepare to reach new heights in your career with the Master of Business Administration. 

Duration: 5 semesters for general business with 4 additional courses for a concentration and 5 additional courses for the project management concentration 
Start Term: Fall, spring and summer 
Class Type: On-Ground, online
Location: Gainesville evening, online 

Tuition: $785/credit hour

Concentrations 

  • Accounting: Managerial Accounting Concentration
  • Accounting: Public Accounting Concentration
  • Business Analytics
  • Communication Management
  • Digital Marketing 
  • Finance
  • General Business
  • Health Care Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Mediation and Conflict Resolution
  • Non-Profit Leadership
  • Project Management
  • Strategic Thinking and Innovation

Student opportunities 

  • Complete your coursework on-ground in the evenings or online, so you are able to continue your education in a setting that works best for your schedule 
  • Work directly with faculty members in small classes to gain the skills you need to succeed in your field
  • Focus on general business or one of over a dozen concentrations to advance your career

Potential careers 

  • Transition to management or leadership in a current or new business 
  • Increased compensation and upward mobility in your organization  
  • Entrepreneur 
  • Graduate education 
    • Business 
    • Law 

Admissions requirements 

  • 3.0 GPA or higher from college transcripts
  • Official college transcripts and resume 
  • Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university