Poets&Quants Top Business Schools

University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business

#43

Contact our general manager with any questions. Profile updated: December 18, 2018.

Contact Information

Location:
314 Correll Hall,
600 S. Lumpkin St.
Athens, GA 30602
Admissions Office:
706-542-5671

Annual Tuition: $13,404

Acceptance Rate: 32%

Full-Time Enrollment: 103

International: 25%

Minority: 8%

Average Age: 28

Female: 37%

Male: 63%

Annual Tuition Non-Resident: $32,112

Average GPA: 3.53

GPA Range (mid-80%): 3.23-3.85

Median GMAT: 680

GMAT Range (mid-80%): 620-710

Median GRE: 313

Application Deadlines: October 10, 2018; December 5, 2018; January 10, 2019; March 15, 2019; June 1, 2019

Georgia’s Terry College of Business offers an exceptional value for a Top 50 MBA program. Full-time MBA students can skip the private school costs and get a college town experience in Athens, Georgia while gaining a top-notch business education. Students focus primarily on the core b-school education in the first year followed by elective courses catered to their interests.

Students may either choose from one of Terry’s nine established concentrations or work with the program director to create a custom concentration. Terry also offers the opportunity for students to gain dual degrees in law, public health or the medicine. Another attraction for the Terry MBA is spending two years in Athens, Georgia. It’s a true college town and less than an hour to Atlanta.

The most likely path for a Georgia Terry MBA, according to the latest employment report, is a finance career in the South. More than 70% of the school’s most recent graduates took jobs in the South. Half (50%) of graduates ended up in the finance and accounting sector. The mean salary was just over $84,000 and 77% of the class received a signing bonus with a mean of $8,559.

Overall, Georgia Terry offers a fantastic route to jobs in the southern United States at a very reasonable cost and with a traditional college experience.


Terry has not published in its employment report its top employers, preferring to list a representative selection firms that hired the school’s graduates.