Join nearly 3,000 successful MBA Alumni

We’ve designed the MBA Experienced Professional Program as an interactive dialogue between yourself, your instructors, and your student colleagues. This cooperative venture was created to produce wise leaders with the judgment required to compete successfully in today’s complex and global business environment.

The Bryan School has been providing professionals with advanced business education for over forty years, and there are nearly 3,000 successful alumni of the program. No matter what your individual needs, goals, or timeline, your UNCG MBA will feel like a custom fit. Our schedule of evening classes allows you to enroll in as many as two required courses per semester, with the flexibility to begin studies in either the fall or spring semester.

Career-minded people like you are choosing UNCG because:

  • We’ve designed this program specifically to help you learn problem-solving skills that make an impact within your current organization – even before you graduate.
  • The skills and tools you’ll gain to identify and fix business problems will be valued by employers throughout your career.
  • Our curriculum will help you view and solve problems innovatively, globally, sustainably and ethically.

You can even tailor your program with a concentration in finance, information technology, marketing, supply chain management, or business analytics. The MBA Experienced Professional Program is a part-time program that can be completed in approximately two-and-a-half years.

2018 Class profile
Entering class size 30
Average age 36
Average work experience 10 years, 5 months
Mean UGPA 3.22
Female 47%
Business/Commerce UG Major 33%
Engineering UG Major 43%
Other UG Major 24%

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Part-time MBA Program among Public Universities in NC

US News, 2017


Part-time MBA Program among Public Universities in the 12 states in the South

US News, 2017

Greatest Opportunity for Minority Students in NC

The Princeton Review, 2017