Master of Business Administration
ASU MBA Program is ACBSP accredited, affordable, offered both on campus (in the evenings during weekdays) and online and can be completed in ONE Year (12 months). The MBA program’s fundamental purpose is to develop professional managers/leaders capable of making valuable contributions to the system of diversity and growth of their chosen organizations. The program’s primary geographic focus has been individuals located throughout the Albany, Georgia metropolitan area, Southwest Georgia, and the Southeastern United States. However, with distance learning and other technological advances, the ASU MBA program is now able to reach out to business professionals throughout the country and the world.
- MBA (General) Program
The MBA General is a 30-semester hour graduate degree program. MBA candidates have the opportunity to acquire the knowledge, skills, and leadership capacity to perform effectively in complex and rapidly changing environments. They are able to develop strategies and to respond proactively to business challenges and opportunities. Graduates learn to integrate functional expertise in seamless organizations and to create pluralistic organizational cultures appropriate to the business environment. Such cultures generate the best possible solutions to problems, facilitate the development of truly innovative products and services that allow organizations to compete in global markets, and give every employee the opportunity to contribute their very best and thus promote above-average returns.
View Program Requirements for Master of Business Administration (General)
- Master of Business Administration (Accounting)
The MBA (Accounting) program is designed to prepare students to take the CPA examination and qualify as Certified Public Accountants upon completion of degree requirements.
View Program Requirements for Master of Business Administration (Accounting)
- MBA (Healthcare) Program
Master of Business Administration with a concentration in healthcare is a 33-semester hour graduate degree program. MBA (Healthcare) graduates learn to develop strategies and to respond proactively to business challenges and opportunities in the field of healthcare. They are able to integrate functional expertise in seamless organizations and to create pluralistic organizational cultures appropriate to the business environment.
View Program Requirements for Master of Business Administration (Healthcare)
- MBA (Supply Chain & Logistics) Program
The Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Supply Chain and Logistics management is a 33- semester hour graduate degree program. On completion of this graduate degree, students gain proficiency in different aspects of supply chain management and logistics including procurement, advanced quality management and analytical sciences. This concentration proves useful for students interested in distribution, logistics and operations careers within manufacturing and service sectors and government agencies. This concentration also provides students with the opportunity to earn a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification.
View Program Requirements for Master of Business Administration (Supply Chain and
- MBA (Public Administration)
Master of Business Administration in Public Administration program is a 30-semester hour graduate degree program. Upon completion, students are able to develop strategies and to respond proactively to business challenges and opportunities for managers in public administrative positions. In addition to core business decision making skills, students incorporate knowledge of activities and responsibilities specific to government and related public organizations.
View Program Requirements for Master of Business Administration (Public Administration)
Click on the links below to see more information about each program.
MBA Graduate Faculty
|Dr. Devi Akella
Organizational Behavior & Human Resources Management
|Dr. Hatem Bata
International Business & Marketing
|Dr. Sherryl Johnson
|Dr. Amaechi Nwaokoro
|Dr. Abiodun Ojemakinde
|Dr. Earnell Seay
|Dr. Nadeepa Wickramage
Supply Chain & Logistics Management & Quantitative Analysis
Dr. Natalie Walker
For more information, please contact MBA Director, Dr. Devi Akella at (229) 500-2122 or email@example.com.