This hybrid program is a combination of 50% in class and 50% online courses, providing a work-life balance for those with busy lifestyles.
The Saturday MBA Program offers an efficient schedule that can be completed in 23 months, with a hybrid format combining in-person classes on campus with classes that can be accessed online. In each academic quarter, students take two in-person courses at a time on Saturdays (one in the morning and one in the afternoon), in addition to their online coursework. In the first portion of the 48-unit program, participants will learn and reinforce key functional concepts and develop critical thinking skills through a set of discipline-based courses. The second part of the program focuses on Sustainability and the Business Organization, where students apply their foundational knowledge to multifunctional problems that businesses face in terms of sustainability.
Applications are accepted until the cohort has filled to capacity with qualified candidates. In order to ensure your position in the cohort, start the process today.
For additional information, follow the link to the California State University, Long Beach, College of Business Administration's Saturday MBA website.
To apply, log on to Cal State Apply.
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International is one of higher education’s most prestigious and rigorous accrediting bodies. AACSB International accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools, worldwide. AACSB International has accredited 412 U.S. business schools, with the College of Business Administration being one of 267 business schools worldwide with accreditation at the Bachelor’s and Master’s levels.
Dealer Facility Design Leader, Lexus
As the Facilities Design Leader at Lexus, I am constantly challenged to develop creative solutions for complex problems. My CSULB MBA has given me the confidence and leadership skills necessary to engage my team more efficiently and effectively, and to look at the organization from a much broader perspective. Go Beach!
Structural Engineering Manager, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
I went back to get my MBA seeking a promotion within my company. Thanks to the knowledge that I learned throughout the program, I was able to apply it directly in my daily duties and actually received a promotion to management with six months left in the program.