Our 2021 ranking of the Top Online MBA Programs in Georgia. For an explanation of ranking criteria, click here.

Top Online MBA Programs in Georgia – 2021 Ranking
1Georgia WebMBAAtlanta
2Brenau UniversityGainesville
1. Georgia WebMBA, Atlanta, Georgia
Georgia WebMBA

Established in 2001, the Georgia WebMBA is jointly offered by seven University System of Georgia Schools—Augusta University, Columbus State University, Georgia College & State University, Georgia Southern University, Kennesaw State University, University of West Georgia, and Valdosta State University. 

Designed for professionals who want to earn their MBA without the restrictions of set class times and locations, the program requires just one onsite two-day orientation in Atlanta. After this, all required activities are exclusively online. However, Georgia Web MBA students have access to the same services as other participants in the home university MBA programs, including career services, on-campus events, and networking opportunities.

This AACSB-accredited program relies primarily on virtual team-based learning. This unique cohort structure “promotes efficient student interactions, peer-to-peer learning, and long-lasting relationships,” says the school. Course highlights include Global & International Business, Entrepreneurship, Managerial Decision Analysis, Strategic Marketing, Management Information Systems, and Human Behavior in Organization, to name a few.

Georgia WebMBA students have the option to complete the program in five consecutive semesters within a year and a half. This accelerated option allows students to begin the program in January or August and complete two online courses each term. Otherwise, the program typically takes around 20 months to complete.

The Georgia WebMBA has graduated over 2,700 students and many have gone on to successful careers at top companies across the U.S. and around the world.

3. Brenau University, Gainesville, Georgia
Brenau University

Founded in 1878 as Georgia Baptist Female Seminary, Brenau University was one of the first regional universities to offer online classes in 1998. The school serves 3,500 students enrolled in hundreds of programs in five colleges and schools. The College of Business and Mass Communication offers more than a dozen Online MBA programs. Examples include the MBA in Accounting: Managerial Accounting Concentration, MBA in Business Analytics, MBA in Communications Management, MBA in Mediation & Conflict Resolution, and the MBA In Strategic Thinking & Innovation. A General Business MBA is also available.

Depending on the program, students will complete 36-45 credit hours of study. Students in all programs have access to career resources and networking opportunities.

Brenau University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).