We offer four MBA programs including the Traditional MBA (60 quarter units), Traditional Professional (48 quuarter units), Online Professional (48 quarter units) and Online Cyber (60 quarter units) that have been tailored to suit your individual needs.
The Traditional and Online MBA have an open enrollment process.
All programs include a Boot Camp (0-units) to help prepare you for subsequent classes, two 'foundation classes' (8-units) to develop problem solving and communication skills, seven 'essential' classes (28-units) to develop specific business knowledge and skills, and two 'culminating' classes (4-units) to apply knowledge and prepare you for subsequent career aspirations.
In addition, the Online and Professional options include two elective courses (8 units); while the Traditional option includes five focus area courses (20 units).
Boot Camp (0 units)
We provide a series of mini self-study modules that help to prepare students for their program. The modules cover:
- Information Management
- Supply Chain Management
Prior to enrolling in each Essential class and Advancement to Candidacy, students are required to complete the associated MBA Boot Camp module.
Foundation Courses (8 Units)
- ADMIN 601- Data Driven Decision Making
- ADMIN 602 - Advanced Managerial Communication
Essential Courses (28 Units)
- ACCT 606 - Accounting for Managerial Decision-Making
- FIN 602 - Financial Theory and Corporate Finance
- IST 609 - Information Systems and Technology Management
- MGMT 601 - Organization Theory and Behavior
- MKTG 605 - Marketing Management
- SCM 607 - Managing the Supply Chain
- MGMT 685 - Corporate Strategy in a Global Economy
Culminating Experience (4 Units)
- ADMN 691 Culminating Business Analyst Project
- ADMN 995 MBA Portfolio (0 units)
There are additional requirements for each program that permits you to be an eligible candidate.
- Traditional Focus Area MBA Options – Focus/Concentration Courses (20 Units/5 Classes)
- Professional MBA Options – Electives (8 Units/2 Classes)
For a complete description of courses, please refer to the University's Bulletin of Courses.