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Business Administration


Master's Degree (MBA)

Program Length: 15 months

Degree Overview

masters business administration

MBA Job Outlook

Recruiters and those in charge of filling positions in top business corporations often still prefer MBA graduates over those who just have the experience. A Master’s degree in Business Administration is typically considered one of most important requirements for career advancement. Those who have attained this graduate degree may be more likely to be hired by businesses in all industries than those who have not received a MBA. Additionally, in 2010, Payscale.com reported a median salary for MBA degree holders at $97,714.

(Source: Education-Portal.com, Salary for an MBA in Management: Average Earnings of Recent Grads, on the Internet at http://education-portal.com/articles/Salary_for_an_MBA_in_Management_Average_Earnings_of_Recent_Grads.html)

Master of Business Administration

The MBA program at California College San Diego is designed to produce leaders in an increasingly complex global business environment. Focusing on organization dynamics, corporate finance, statistics, communication, and other critical aspects of business, graduates of the California College San Diego MBA program can be fully competent and skilled in modern business techniques and advanced business methods. These skills are highly valued among major corporations and can ensure our students a distinct advantage when looking for post-graduate employment.

Starting Salaries for Business Administration (MBA)

According to a salary survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, in September 2010 master’s degree candidates in business administration received starting offers averaging between $49,875 and $81,571 a year, depending on experience. This means that MBA holders, like those who graduate from California College San Diego, can potentially receive higher pay at entry level and mid-level positions immediately after graduating.

(Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers, NACE Salary Survey, Fall 2010)

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Course Descriptions

CourseCourse NameCredits

MBA 601 Financial Accounting for Management 4.0
MBA 602 Dynamics of the Organization 4.0
MBA 603 Marketing Management 4.0
MBA 604 Corporate Finance 4.0
MBA 605 Information Technology and Society 4.0
MBA 606 Communication Dynamics for Professionals 4.0
MBA 607 International Management 4.0
MBA 608 Statistics for Management 4.0
MBA 609 Applications in Economic Analysis 4.0
MBA 610 General Management 4.0
MBA 611 Developing Business Strategy 4.0
MBA 612 Leadership Theory 4.0
MBA 613 Advanced Human Resource Management 4.0
MBA 614 Capstone Project 4.0
MBA 630 Operations Management 4.0

Course Description

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Total Courses: 15Total Credits: 60

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Available Online: This program is delivered fully online.

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