About this course
The MBA degree prepares students with a general managerial perspective. The MBA program objective is to provide an in-depth study in: ethical and global issues, the influence of political, social, legal, regulatory, environmental and technological issues, and the impact of demographic diversity on organizations.
- The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program requires possession of a Bachelor's degree. For students with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Adminstration, the program requires completion of 36 units of coursework: 18 units of Second Year Core courses, 12 units of Elective courses and 6 units of a Master's Thesis or Comprehensive Exam.
- For students holding a bachelor's degree in another discipline, the program requires 45 units of coursework: 9 units of First Year Core courses, 18 units of Second Year Core courses, 12 units of Elective courses and 6 units of a Master's Thesis or Comprehensive Exam.