Courses in the MBA Program reflect the knowledge and skills essential for the manager/leader in the business sector-both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Cases, projects, examples and discipline-specific course content are tailored to practice and problems of private industry. Course content focuses on the needs of general managers as opposed to functional specialists.
Courses will be held at times convenient for working professionals, weekday evenings.
The MBA schedule for courses is:
|Year One-Summer, Fall, and Spring
|BA 611||Financial Accounting|
|BA 615||Statistics for Management
|BA 616||Org Behavior & HR Management Concepts|
|BA 617||Leadership and Business Ethics|
|BA 630||Marketing Management|
|ECON 600||Managerial Economics|
|BA 621||Managerial Accounting|
|BA 626||Financial Decision Making|
|Year Two-Summer and Fall
|BA 625||Business Analytics
|BA 635||Information Technologies & Management
|BA 645||Operations and Supply Chain Management
|BA 650||Strategic Management in the Global Environment
*Course offerings are subject to change.
- Fall and Spring semesters are sixteen weeks in length and Summer is 11 weeks.
- Academic calendars for each year can be found at the CSUSM Academic Calendars.
- Entry into MBA courses is only allowed in the Fall term of each year. This is done to encourage students to continue through the program together, as a cohort. Experience shows that cohort-based learning, in an MBA environment, greatly enhances the satisfaction MBA students have with their degrees.
- BA 650 Strategic Management in the Global Environment can only be taken concurrently with a maximum of one other course left for completion.