MBA Program


Statement regarding COVID-19

As of August 16, 2021, due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, applicants seeking Spring 2022 admission will NOT be required to submit GMAT and/or GRE scores. Admission for these applicants will be determined solely on their GPA and full-time professional experience. However, if an applicant wishes to submit an official standardized test score to Valdosta State University, they can and that score will be considered for their admission. Admissions decisions made before this statement being issued are still valid; this policy is not retroactive.

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program is a 30 hour, non-thesis, business program that leads to the MBA degree. The Langdale College MBA Program is offered on-campus in the evenings.

Courses in the Langdale College's MBA Program are offered on-campus over a one-year cycle, with each core MBA course offered every year. Students can start the MBA Program in any semester. Each on-campus MBA class meets one evening per week during Fall and Spring Semesters and two evenings per week during Summer Semester. Students in the on-campus program may take up to four classes each Fall and Spring Semester and two classes each Summer Semester to complete the program in one year if desired.

Langdale College's MBA Program is designed to offer graduate business education that prepares graduates for productive careers in both profit and not-for-profit organizations. The program integrates knowledge of the functional areas of business with ongoing developments in business practice. Moreover, the program stresses the importance of critical thinking skills, effective oral and written communication, appreciation for diverse cultural perspectives, and application of knowledge to solve business problems. Langdale College's MBA Program is accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.