Master of Business Administration (MBA)

The Master of Business Administration is a professional graduate degree designed to provide an intense educational experience to students and professionals in business that wish to assume senior leadership positions in a business environment. The program focuses on strategic management, organizational behavior, marketing, managerial economics, finance, and managerial accounting.

Concentration courses are selected to help students focus on various disciplines within business such as Financial Management, Operations, International Business, Information Systems, Healthcare Administration, Human Resource Management, Supply Chain Management, Taxation, Marketing Management, and Executive Management.

Program Objectives

  • The objectives of the Master of Business Administration program are to:
  • Provide students with the advanced theories and concepts needed to thrive within a dynamic business environment.
  • Foster growth and intellectual accomplishment in order to develop a managerial perspective on business practices.
  • Help students develop the quantitative and qualitative skills needed to identify and address common business problems and conflicts.
  • Provide students with the opportunity to develop a global perspective on business operations and to understand how diversity can create a dynamic business environment.
  • Encourage students to explore their intellectual curiosity and develop their innovative spirit to prepare them for future middle and upper-management positions within business organizations.
Admission RequirementsAdmissions Application
Application / Registration Fee
Proof of Graduation: All applicants must provide proof of completion of bachelor’s degree.
Personal Identification: All applicants are required to submit a copy of personal identification such as a State driver’s license, government issued identification card, passport, visas, or any government issued photo identification.
Graduation RequirementsSuccessful completion of 36 semester units of study.
A minimum of 3.0 cumulative grade point average.
Course Requirements
Core Courses
27 Semester Units

(3 units per course)
BUS 515 Financial Resources Management
BUS 517 International Trade & Finance
BUS 518 Investments Management
BUS 520 Leadership and Organizational Behavior
BUS 525 Managerial Ethics
BUS 530 Marketing Management & Planning
BUS 535 Managing Cultural Differences
BUS 540 Management for the Worldwide Organization
BUS 545 Strategic Management
Concentration Courses
9 Semester Units

(3 units per course)
Executive Management:

BUS 546 Management and Leadership
BUS 547 Strategic Innovation Management
BUS 548 Global Economic Environment
Financial Management:

FM 550 Economics for Managerial Decision Making
FM 551 Corporate Finance
FM 552 Financial Analysis and Policy
Heath Care Administration:

HC 553 Health Information Technology
HC 554 Health Care Financial Management
HC 555 Quality and Process Improvement
Human Resources Management:

HR 556 Recruitment and Selection
HR 557 Training and Career Development
HR 558 Compensation and Benefits
Information Systems:

IS 560 Management of Information Systems
IS 561 Information Systems strategy and Policy
IS 562 Audit and Control of Information Systems
International Business:

IB 563 International Issues
IB 564 International Financial Management
IB 565 Global Marketing Management
Marketing Management:

MKT 566 Buyer Behavior
MKT 567 Product Management
MKT 568 Digital Marketing Strategy
Operations Management:

OP 570 Operations Processes
OP 571 Decision Making for Managers
OP 572 Project Management
Supply Chain Management:

SC 573 Global Procurement and Supply Management
SC 574 Supply Chain Management Strategies
SC 575 Supply Chain Finance

TX 576 Corporate Income Taxation
TX 577 Partnership Taxation
TX 578 Regulation of Tax Practice