Beginning in August, UGA’s Terry College of Business will offer its Evening M.B.A. degree at two locations in Atlanta. The University System of Georgia Board of Regents approved UGA’s request to begin teaching Evening M.B.A. classes at the Terry College’s Executive Education Center in Buckhead.
Terry’s Evening M.B.A. degree has been offered as a part-time program in Gwinnett County since 2000. The program in Gwinnett has grown steadily, with almost 250 students currently enrolled. Terry’s Buckhead facility, which opened two years ago, is located near the intersection of Peachtree and Lenox roads, across from Lenox Square Mall, and is already the base of operation for the college’s Executive M.B.A. degree program.
Students interested in enrolling for fall may start the admissions process immediately. Don Perry, director of the program, said the target enrollment at the Buckhead location will be as many as 50 students, and he expects a strong demand for seats in the inaugural class.