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Augusta, Georgia, USA
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Augusta State University, Augusta University, Coles College of Business, Medical College of Georgia, Hull College
The James M. Hull College of Business at Georgia Regents University offers seven undergraduate degrees, as well as a Masters of Business Administration. It is located on the Summerville campus, with classes primarily located in Allgood Hall. It is accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), and has been named one of the top business schools in the country by The Princeton Review multiple times.
James M. Hull College of Business Wikipedia
The school’s beginnings can be traced to a Board of Regents decision to allow a degree in Business Administration to be awarded to Augusta College upon the school’s successful transition to a four-year college in 1963. Eight years later, the college was allowed to offer its first MBA, and the School of Business Administration became official, earning a name change to the College of Business Administration in 1996 when Augusta College’s name changed to Augusta State University.
In 2006, James Hull, owner of one of the United States’ largest shopping mall developers, made a donation of $2 million to the University specifically earmarked for the College of Business. In response, school officials renamed the college to its current name to honor the investment, which was the largest in then-Augusta State University’s history.
The Hull College of Business offers seven undergraduate degrees, and MBA, and two certificate programs.B.A. of Business Administration, Accounting
B.A. of Business Administration, Finance
B.A. of Business Administration, Management
B.A. of Business Administration, Marketing
B.A. of Business Administration, Management Information Systems
B.S., Applied Information Systems and Technologies
B.S., Computer Science
MBA, The Hull MBA
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