The real world of business is always part of the curriculum at the UNC Charlotte MBA Program. We understand that our students balance their studies with their careers, jobs, family responsibilities and other commitments, so we’re constantly developing new ways to share information and make the best use of their precious time.
This section of the MBA website provides resources to help you manage course loads, plan schedules, meet deadlines, view updates, check records and communicate with professors and fellow students.
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All preparatory courses and core courses are offered in fall and spring semesters. Elective courses rotate throughout the year. Please note that course offerings and schedules are subject to change and not all classes will be offered each semester. For complete information visit the course planning page.
Enhance your global marketability by experiencing the economic, political and cultural realities of doing business in another country. Part-time students can participate in one-week study tours that are organized with working professionals in mind. Students with a deeper interest can opt for a semester or a year-long immersion program with one of our global partners. Our students have traveled to Turkey, Argentina, Eastern Europe, Brazil, China, Dubai, and Moscow on past trips. Learn more about studying abroad.
Dual Degree with EGADE
The Belk College has developed a Dual M.B.A. program with a specialization in Global Business and Strategy. Our partner, EGADE, the graduate business school of Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico, has been ranked the top business school in Latin America, and in the top 20 worldwide, by The Wall Street Journal. Find out more.
Graduate Business Association (GBA)
A student-led organization committed to graduate business students. Membership in the Graduate Business Association is open to all enrolled graduate business students.
Graduate and Professional Student Government (GPSG)
The governing body for graduate students, designed to meet the academic, social, and logistical needs of graduate students enrolled at the university. Membership is open to all graduate students.
Office of Adult Students and Evening Services (OASES)
OASES provides a number of services to adults and evening students, including after-hours pickup and delivery of forms and tuition payments.
Center for Graduate Life
The Graduate School and the Center for Graduate Life offer a number of programs and resources designed to support your efforts as a graduate student.