The College of Business Administration programs at Savannah State University are accredited by AACSB International which is the most prestigious and rigorous accrediting body in the world.  Less than five (5) percent of the business schools in theentire world have achieved this accreditation.  AACSB accreditation reflects academic excellence and a commitment to continuous improvement. The College of Business Administration atSavannah State University is dedicated to delivering quality undergraduate and graduate business programs to a diverse student population.  Through innovative instruction, mentoring, applied research, and community involvement, the College develops business graduates who add valueto the public and private sectors.

 

 

Remaining current in their fields by actively engaging in research and scholarly work, our faculty provides a rigorous and rich educational experience in business administration.  The majority of our faculty members have earned Ph.D.’s from internationally recognized institutions and possess significant business experience that enable them to effectively teach in their business disciplines.  Dedicated to student learning, our faculty members employ a wide variety of instructional techniques to enhance student overall education experience.


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Flexibility

Students choose the number of courses to fit your schedule. Classes are offered Monday through Thursday evenings, meeting once per week. Evening MBA classes are available during fall, spring and summer semesters.

The length of the Evening MBA program depends on how many classes a student completes per year. Typically, students earn their MBA in two to three years.   

 

MBA Courses

MBA core courses provide an overall understanding of the functional areas of business. Our curriculum and instruction are tailored with your career goals and interests in mind.

 

Course Curriculum

Credits

MBAP 6001

Business & Professional Communications

3

MBAP 6011

Statistics and Quantitative Methods

3

MBAP 6021

Management Information Systems

3

MBAP 6031

Accounting and Decision Making

3

MBAP 6041

Organizational Theory & Behavior

3

MBAP 6051

Managerial Economics

3

MBAP 6061

Managerial Finance

3

MBAP 6071

Marketing Management

3

MBAP 6902

Organizational Leadership

3

MBAP 6091

Strategic management

3

Total Credit Hours

 

30

 

Admissions & Application

Admission to the MBA Program is competitive and decisions are made on a rolling-basis. This means that application packets are reviewed when they are complete and decisions are made in a reasonable time period. Seats are filled as decisions are made, so candidates are encouraged to complete their applications as soon as possible.

The Program looks at a variety of criteria that measure the candidate’s potential for being a successful graduate student and business leader. Factors used in determining admission include:

Past academic performance

Current Official GMAT or GRE Score*

Professional work experience 

What’s Required?

A complete application includes the MBA Application (including $25 application fee and one 500 – 1000 word required essay), transcript from each college/university attended, three letters of recommendation, current resume, immunization certificate, and official GMAT/GRE scores* from within the past five years.

 

*Pre-MBA Program

The Pre-MBA program is designed for students who do not have time to prepare for, or do not wish to sit for either the GMAT or the GRE. The Pre-MBA program requires 20 hours of seat time and prepares the student for the rigor of work in the MBA program. Successful completion of the Pre-MBA program allows the student to enter the Savannah State University MBA program.

Non-U.S. resident applicants may also be required to submit an official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score, and translated academic transcripts. We strongly encourage international candidates to apply early; Classes start in January (spring) and August (fall).

 

Application Deadlines

Spring 2015 – October 31, 2014

Fall 2015 – June 30, 2015

Application Process