Campus Masters of Business Programs in California
Inspired by the Bookstein Institute for Higher Education in Taxation, CSUN’s Taxation program is a practice-oriented learning experience, designed for working individuals. It is taught on campus and takes 18 months to complete.
California Institute of Advanced Management (CIAM) is nonprofit University dedicated to providing a practical, hands-on, and applicable MBA program based on real-world experience. Rolling admissions deadlines, with Financial Aid for those who qualify...
The Health Policy and Management program at Mount Saint Mary's empowers future health leaders and policy makers wishing to champion effective health policies and programs.
Hult's Masters of Disruptive Innovation is the Masters degree for innovative entrepreneurs. Learn to link successful business decisions with technological advancement and innovate in a shifting digital landscape...
The Master of Science in Service Sector Management (MSSSM) degree program is designed to prepare students for management careers in service industries.
The College of Business at California State University, Chico offers graduate level business courses to aspiring and working business professionals.
MEIM builds a set of skills needed for a leadership career in the entertainment industry via a unique blend high quality academic training and on-site, in the trenches, hands-on training within screen-based media and music companies in Los Angeles.
The MSBA program provides students with an in-depth understanding of the planning, development, and management of electronic commerce applications.
Develops leaders who create value and make a difference and enlarges human understanding of business and society.
The weekend MBA for working adults offers concentrations in Org. Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Project Management...
The Saturday MBA Program at Manhattan College is designed for working professionals. Most classes meet on Saturday morning when students are bright an...
New West Coast ProgramWith the launch of our West Coast WEMBA program beginning August 26, 2001, we now offer the same top-ranked Wharton MBA program...
The program is based on three key strategic pillars: international business, entrepreneurship, and technology management.
Supply chain management is the management of business activities ranging from product development, sourcing, production, and logistics to managing the resources and capabilities needed to accomplish strategic objectives.
Student learning occurs through applied, work-relevant assignments and organization-based projects.
The mission of Huron is to offer high quality post-secondary education to capable domestic and international career students who seek entry or advancement and who possess the motivation and maturity to pursue higher education. Huron emphasizes individua...