MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
The Southern California State University’s Master of Business Administration program is dedicated to helping students sharpen their business acumen, enhance their analytical skills, discover their professional strengths, and become successful leaders in their respective fields. By the end of your Master of Business Administration experience, you will be prepared to engage and face all the challenges presented in a business environment. Our flexible program offers students the option of earning their degree either online or on–campus. Whether you are looking to expand your business knowledge or advance your career, Southern California State University is the perfect place to accomplish your professional aspirations. This is 2-year program.
Admission to the Program
Applicants must present:
1) An official transcript from each college and university attended.
2) A baccalaureate degree from a college or university.
3) A completed Application for Admission form.
4) For international students: Proof of proficiency in the English language. Students must produce results of a TOEFL score of at least 520 paper–based (190 computerized) (68 internet based) or pass the University’s English exam.
Upon Completion of the Master of Business Administration, students will be able to successfully:
● Demonstrate an advanced knowledge of evolving nature of corporation
● Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of managerial leadership and organizational change
● Measure organization’s intellectual assets, product, development, and entrepreneurship
● Practice enhanced management skills and interpersonal relationships and demonstrate ability to manage and administer a business with
clear embodiment of Christian ethics.
● Achieve the planned goals and outcomes for the institution and the program
Requirement for the Master of Business Administration Degree (64 Quarter units)
In order to complete a graduate degree, a student must:
1) Satisfactorily complete the required courses listed below.
2) Maintain a 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale
All students are required to take the total of 64 quarter units of the courses as follows: