Overview: The MBA degree program offered by Berry College’s Campbell School of Business prepares students to meet the contemporary management challenges of business, government, and non-profit organizations.
Program Format: The program is taught on Berry College’s campus in Mount Berry, Georgia. Lecture and discussion, as well as group-work and case study methods are used. Class size is small, so students are given more individual attention.
Program Schedule: The program’s duration is 24 months. Classes are taught approximately three days per month.
Curriculum: The educational goal of the MBA program is to educate students in the following areas:
- Analysis and problem solving
- Management of organizational resources
- Ethics and organizational citizenship
- Written and oral communication
- Legal and regulatory environment
- Continuous improvement
- Global and political issues
- Leadership and accountability
- Demographic diversity
- Personal growth and lifelong learning
- Essentials of Accounting
- Essentials of Finance
- Essentials of Management
- Essentials of Business Statistics
- Essentials of Marketing
- Essentials of Economics
Class Profile: Students typically have a minimum of two years of professional work experience prior to entering the MBA program.
Admission Requirements: To be considered for admission applicants must submit the following criteria to the admissions office:
Evidence of an earned bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
Official transcripts of all undergraduate and any graduate studies completed of taken
Two letters of recommendation
Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) taken within the last five years
A completed online application form
A resume is required for all applicants
*Two years of professional work experience is preferred. However, applicants who can demonstrate completion of relevant internships and/or student work experience may be considered.
Application Deadlines: The dean must file an application for admission by July 15th for the fall semester and by December 1st for the spring semester.
Essay: An essay should be completed along with the application for admission. The essay/statement should be in narrative form, consisting of approximately 500 words, outlining goals in pursuing graduate study and the background and/or professional accomplishments that an applicant will bring to the M.B.A. program.