Business Administration - Master's
The Master's of Business Administration (MBA) is designed to prepare students with diverse backgrounds for rewarding careers across all industries. The core area of business studies is broad in scope for the purpose of developing general managerial competence through extensive use of various pedagogies such as case methods, simulations, and research projects. Electives are used to develop special competencies of interest to the student.
Students seeking full admission to the Business Administration graduate program should submit for consideration a current resume in addition to their transcripts. GRE or GMAT test scores are not required. To maintain admission, students must take ECON 6050 within the first nine (9) hours of their program. Factors that may be considered in the admission decision include:
- Undergraduate GPA
- Professional Work Experience
- Graduate Degrees and Relevant Achievements
State and federal laws require colleges and universities to be authorized to offer online degree programs in states other than their own. At this time California is not participating in reciprocity agreements, along with Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.