Graduate, Pre-Professional & Other Programs

Graduate Studies

+ Business Administration M.B.A


Berry’s MBA Program is an Evening Part-time program developed for working professionals seeking to enhance their business knowledge to advance their careers or to complement a non-business background where an understanding of business is required. The program, offered since 1973, is accredited by AACSB International, achieved by only the top 10% of business schools worldwide. This signifies a commitment to quality and continuous improvement. 

Berry’s MBA Program is a general management program encompassing a broad educational perspective on management. Through coursework and team projects, students are exposed to both theory and practical exercises which allows students the opportunity to take what they learn in the classroom and immediately apply it to their own organizations.

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+ Education M.E.DEd.S.

Education Graduate Programs

The goal of this program is to develop teachers who are reflective decision makers, who have the knowledge base and skills to facilitate their own and their students’ learning, and who value individuals and their cooperative roles in society.

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Pre-Professional Programs

+ Pre-Dentistry


The student who is interested in pursuing a career in the dental field will receive excellent academic preparation at Berry.

Pre-dental students do not necessarily need to major in science; however, students usually major in biology or chemistry because the curriculum for these majors includes these pre-requisite courses. Most dental schools require a college degree for admission.

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+ Pre-Law


Berry College students who want to pursue careers in the legal profession receive outstanding academic preparation for law school, personalized advising and support, and access to numerous resources.

Students receive one-on-one assistance and mentoring from the pre-Law program’s faculty to design an individualized course of study that prepares them for the rigors of a law school education. The program also gives students exposure to more than a dozen law-based courses offered at Berry College.

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+ Pre-Medical Studies

Pre-Medical Studies

Students at Berry College who hope to attend medical school will find excellent academic preparation, a supportive faculty and a variety of assistance to help prepare for their future careers. Students interested in pursuing a Physician’s Assistant (P.A.) or Doctor of Dentistry (D.D.S.) degree are supported with the same enthusiasm as those seeking an M.D. Berry has a Premedical Advisor who will work with you to develop an appropriate course of study and provide counseling throughout the process of applying to medical school.

Although Pre-med students often pursue degrees in Biology, Biochemistry or Chemistry, you have the option of choosing any major in Berry’s four academic schools. Regardless of your area of concentration, you will be encouraged to take courses that will prepare you for the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT).

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+ Pre-Pharmacy


Pharmacy is a vital and expanding part of health care. More and more young people are seeking a rewarding career in modern pharmacy. The pharmacies of today do much more than dispense medicine. They are a source of information for both physician and patient in the selection, dosage, and administration of the thousands of drugs available. Pharmacy requires scientific knowledge, personal and professional skills, and a commitment to a lifetime of learning.

Some schools admit students into their Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) programs after they have completed two years of undergraduate work. Most schools require or prefer applicants to have a Bachelor's degree.

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+ Pre-Veterinary Medicine

Pre-Veterinary Medicine

Want to go to vet school? The Animal Science Pre-Veterinary program at Berry College has an exceptional reputation for preparing students to become successful veterinarians. Acceptance rates of students applying to schools of veterinary medicine often exceed 90%.

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Other Programs

+ Applied Behavior Analysis


Berry College’s approved course sequence for becoming a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA®) helps prepare students to become competent practitioners of behavior analysis. Required coursework includes Concepts and Principles of Behavior Analysis, Applied Practice in Behavior Analysis, Single Subject Design in Applied Behavior Analysis and Advanced Strategies for Changing Behavior.

The approved course sequence is housed in the Department of Psychology at Berry. It is open to all undergraduate majors at Berry College. Psychology enables a better understanding of such areas as human development, learning and memory, social influence, and personality. It can also provide the foundation for future psychological research to address questions on behavior and mental processes that still remain. Our students develop research and writing skills, and become better problem solvers and obtain the critical thinking skills to succeed in graduate school or the work force.

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+ Professional Tennis Management


The USTA-accredited Professional Tennis Management (PTM) program at Berry offers students a straight shot to a professional certification with the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA).

Participants have the opportunity to work at the country’s largest single surface tennis venue. The Rome Tennis Center at Berry College is a state-of-the-art facility that features 60 hard courts on its sprawling 30 acres. Students get valuable on-the-job experience at the center while earning wages through the nation’s premier Student Work Experience Program.

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