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- Health Care Administration Certificate
- Health Care Administration Concentration
- Nonprofit Administration Concentration
- Commercial and Investment Real Estate Concentration
- Coastal Marine Wetland Studies Concentration
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Earn your MBA in one year. The Master of Business Administration (MBA) at CCU offers online, face-to-face, or hybrid options. Our program develops the analytical, practical, and interpersonal skills business professionals need to make crucial decisions in an increasingly complex business environment. Our program is an advanced professional degree designed to prepare students for versatile and challenging careers.
This program is also designed on an interactive model to facilitate strong relationships between students and faculty. Individualized attention from faculty, who bring industry and consulting experience to their classrooms, provides a personalized approach to management education. Our faculty, whose primary commitment is to teaching, work closely with students to enhance the depth, breadth, and flexibility of the MBA program. In addition, they also understand the changing needs of business and provide their students with experience and a curriculum that reflect these changing needs.
MBA students can choose from the following concentrations:
- Health Care Administration
- Nonprofit Administration
- Commercial and Investment Real Estate
- Coastal Marine Wetland Studies
Students who have selected the Health Care Administration concentration may choose to receive a Health Care Administration Graduate Certificate by taking one additional elective course to fulfill the certificate requirements.
The MBA degree can be completed 100% online.
The MBA program at Coastal Carolina University is ranked in the top 50 MBA programs in the country by Study.com.
View the MBA Curriculum
Fall admission: May 15; Spring: Oct. 15; Summer: April 15.
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Students: apply by Oct 15/May 15 for graduate assistantship placement.
As of the Fall 2023 semester, the GMAT is no longer required for admission.
Mark Mitchell, D.B.A.
Associate Dean/Professor of Marketing
Director of Graduate Programs
Graduate Programs Advisement Coordinator