Godbold Graduate School of Business

Introduction

Godbold Graduate School of Business


Today's business world is rapidly changing to meet the demands and opportunities of new technology and global concerns. Issues such as global economics, communications, customer service, and cross-functional management command high priority. In response, Gardner-Webb University has developed three innovative graduate business programs to educate men and women to compete effectively in tomorrow's business world. A graduate business degree from Gardner-Webb University can help you reach your potential for greater job satisfaction, higher earnings, increased responsibility, and personal fulfillment.


Gardner-Webb University is committed to providing quality education through the Graduate School of Business degree programs. The Gardner-Webb University Graduate School of Business offers three distinct degrees and one certificate program: Master of Business Administration (MBA), International Master of Business Administration (IMBA), and Master of Accountancy (MAcc) as well as the MBA Plus Certificate. Two additional programs and jointly offered with the School of Divinity (MDiv/MBA) and the School of Nursing (MSN/MBA).


The Graduate School of Business Programs are specifically designed to accommodate the needs of working professionals—people who are seeking new ways to remain competitive in the changing environment of business. Classes are scheduled so that by taking two classes per semester, you will complete your degree in only two years. Each class meets only one evening a week during the fall and spring semesters and two evenings a week during each five-week summer session. Several business degree programs are offered through a growing network of campuses and locations throughout North and South Carolina as well as through our online options.


The Graduate School of Business requires a minimum of 36 semester hours of graduate credits for an MBA or IMBA degree and 30 semester hours for a MAcc degree.

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Programs

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Master

Master of Accountancy (MAcc)

Campus Full time September 2017 USA Boiling Springs

The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) Program offered by the Graduate School of Business at Gardner-Webb University is structured to prepare today's accountant for the significant changes that are impacting the accounting profession. The MAcc is recognized as the professional graduate degree designed to enhance effectiveness in upper-level accounting and financial positions in public accounting, private industry, or government. [+]

Master of Accountancy (MAcc)

A MAcc Program for Today's Accountant

The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) Program offered by the Graduate School of Business at Gardner-Webb University is structured to prepare today's accountant for the significant changes that are impacting the accounting profession. The MAcc is recognized as the professional graduate degree designed to enhance effectiveness in upper-level accounting and financial positions in public accounting, private industry, or government.

The flexibility of the MAcc degree provides for the creation of several career-specific degree tracks. Among the degree tracks available are general accounting and taxation. While some tracks are accomplished primarily through selected course work, other tracks require a selection of complementary graduate business (non-accounting) courses. Graduates of the MAcc program should meet the new North Carolina requirements for professional licensure. Courses are offered in the evenings and online to accommodate working professionals.... [-]


Master of Divinity - Master of Business Administration

Campus Full time September 2017 USA Boiling Springs

The M.Div./M.B.A. program is housed in the School of Divinity and requires completion of the 60 hour core, 6 hours biblical studies electives, 6 hours historical/theological electives, 3 hours practical ministry electives of the M.Div. degree and the 36-hour M.B.A. degree. [+]

Master of Divinity - Master of Business Administration

The M.Div./M.B.A. program is housed in the School of Divinity and requires completion of the 60 hour core, 6 hours biblical studies electives, 6 hours historical/theological electives, 3 hours practical ministry electives of the M.Div. degree and the 36-hour M.B.A. degree. This degree is designed to offer ministry students the opportunity to gain additional skills and expertise in areas that will enhance the students' ministry. Students will register for these courses through the Divinity School and will be awarded the dual degrees upon completion of the requirements for both degrees.

 

Purpose

The M.Div./M.B.A. program is designed to enhance the administrative skills and expertise of ministers by permitting them to earn a second degree, the M.B.A., instead of the usual M.Div. concentration.... [-]