The GMBA (Global Masters of Business Administration) is designed for business professionals and executives who are sincerely interested in advancing their career with global and international corporations. The GMBA from AC Global Learning enhances the international acceptance of the student towards an international career.
The curriculum is the same as a traditional bricks-and-mortar school, with the flexibility to start and stop courses on your schedule.
GMBA students at AC Global Learning will have the opportunity to learn, practice, and experience multi-national business concepts.
To be eligible for the program, participants must have a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of three years’ work experience. Thus, students bring to the classroom a wealth of real-world experience, knowledge, perspectives, and talents on which to build. It is an international norm to pursue an MBA only after acquiring practical knowledge in the workplace.
Instructors are the heart of any academic program. Our distinguished multinational faculty comes from a wide range of academic and corporate backgrounds. They are experts in their fields and excellent teachers, as well as scholars and experienced executives. They are knowledgeable, passionate, and experienced. Our faculty is proud to promote a learning environment that is friendly, supportive, and conducive to growth. They create the conditions which bring out the best in our students.
The rigorous coursework ensures that graduates are thoroughly prepared with the knowledge and skills they need to excel as leaders in a dynamic, global workforce.
At the completion of this program, graduates receive a GMBA degree from AC Global Learning.
To earn the GMBA students must complete a minimum of 48 graduate hours in GMBA course work. An additional 4 hours is allowed to complete the GMBA Master Project.
Of the 48 – 52 hours of classroom course work to earn the GMBA
*GMBA students must take and pass a minimum of 3 required courses prior to taking any elective courses or Practical Experience hours.
Students are limited to 16 hours of course work per semester. Up to an additional 2 hours per semester towards the Masters Project is allowed, for a total of 18 hours per semester.