MBA in North Carolina
Located in the US southeast, many students go to North Carolina to pursue an MBA. The state hosts a number of great business schools, including Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School, and North Carolina State University, among others. In all, the state is home to over 100 MBA programs, offered by more than 15 business schools. A number of these business schools are even accredited by AMBA, EQUIS, or AACSB.
An MBA in North Carolina covers the basics of business, and some students may choose to specialize in an area like supply chain management, finance, or business analytics. In addition, most students in North Carolina's MBA programs will learn soft skills, such as leadership and negotiation.
But beyond MBA programs, North Carolina is also home to many great attractions, such as national parks and the Blue Ridge Mountains, as well as a number of arts and cultural venues. From Wilmington to Raleigh and from Charlotte to Winston-Salem, there's always something to do in North Carolina.
Some students choose to stay in North Carolina after competing their MBA program, and many go into one of the state's strong industries such as finance, arts, and manufacturing.
See below for a list of MBA programs in North Carolina. You can also browse by city and by specialization.
All MBA Programs in North Carolina
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