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Gardner-Webb offers a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, a Master's in Business Administration, and a Master of Accountancy program. You can read more about each program below and if you'd like more information on any of the programs, submit an inquiry about your desired program. We'll provide you with information about the degree to help you make an informed decision about the degree.


The Gardner-Webb MBA will focus on a variety of different business functions dealing with accounting, economics, and marketing. You can select from a variety of emphasis areas for your MBA dealing with accounting, finance, healthcare management, HR management, international business, and many more.


When you are trying to decide on a Master of Accountany program, you will want one that insures you meet the 150-hour requirement to obtain the Uniform Certified Public Accounting Exam. The Gardner-Webb Master of Accountancy program will meet that requirement and provide you with experience in accounting concepts, course projects, business situation simulations, and interacting with business leaders.


The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration will help you master concepts in human relations, organizational behavior, and operations to prepare you for management roles. Graduates hold positions in account management, financial planning, nonprofit management, consulting, investment, real estate, retail, and more.

Gardner-Webb University provides you with a unique opportunity to complete your bachelor’s degree. Since 1978, the GOAL – Degree Completion Program has been offering undergraduate classes at more convenient times and locations for working adults.

If you have transferable hours from an accredited college, you are now ready to finish your bachelor’s degree!

“For anything to work in my life, it has to be flexible. I looked at several colleges, but none of them offered the kind of flexibility and support that Gardner-Webb’s Degree Completion Program does.” - Amber Parsons (’14) Accounting