Prospective International Students: Contact an advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-NAT-UNIV
Prospective Domestic Students: Contact an advisor at email@example.com or 1-800-NAT-UNIV
Current MBA Students: Contact your assigned advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-NAT-UNIV
The mission of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is to prepare students for leadership positions in business and to provide them with the knowledge and skills needed to successfully manage organizations in an ever-changing business environment. The MBA program imparts the conceptual understanding and application of problem-solving tools contained in basic business disciplines, including accounting, economics, data analysis, finance, management, leadership, and marketing. In addition, students are equipped with the skills needed for effective team-building, quantitative and qualitative decision-making, and creative problem-solving. To ensure that MBA program meets the needs of today’s leaders and managers, the program is dedicated to the following 5 themes:
The MBA program has been designed based on the demands in both domestic and global market place.
2. Accessibility and Support
The MBA program is available to students in both online and onsite. Upon admission to the MBA program, students will be assigned to a faculty advisor to assist them throughout the program in making appropriate decisions about educational and career-related issues.
Students may design their degree as a general business program or may choose to specialize in a particular discipline.
The MBA program imparts the conceptual understanding and application of problem-solving tools contained in basic business disciplines. It also addresses the interests of the stakeholders of an enterprise and of the communities in which the enterprise is operating.
In order to fulfill the learning outcomes, classes will integrate current technology in traditional onsite classes as well as in web-enhanced online classes.
Contact the Faculty Advisor
All students are encouraged to contact an Admissions Advisor (see contact information listed below) for any information related to the MBA degree program and for the purpose of reviewing the student’s career objectives and providing guidance regarding the courses and/or specialization to be selected. For specific information not addressed by the advisor, please contact the Lead Faculty for the MBA Program.
MBA Transition Program
National University students who completed a transition program as part of their undergraduate degree and who satisfy MBA transition program requirements described in the catalog description of various undergraduate programs must complete a minimum of 49.5 quarter units for their MBA degree. The number of units required for the MBA program is dependent on the coursework completed in the Bachelors transition program and the grades earned.
Basic English and Math Skills
It is strongly recommended that students who are unsure about having adequate English writing or math skills take one or both one-hour Accuplacer tests to determine their level of competency. If below the minimum level needed to be comfortable and ensure success in the MBA program, students should seriously consider enrolling in appropriate writing skill courses. If a student has already taken the GRE or GMAT, a score of at least of 480 (verbal) and 570 (quantitative) on the GRE or a score of at least 550 on the GMAT indicates adequate proficiency.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Value Creation -- Evaluate the systems and processes used throughout an organization including the planning, decision-making, group dynamics, innovation, production, supply chain, operations, technologies, marketing and distribution, and management.
- Leadership and Governance – Demonstrate leadership ability and management skills within an environment of change to meet the objectives of the stakeholders of the organization.
- Global Awareness & Citizenship – Evaluate the forces in the global business environment, including social responsibility, sustainability, ethics, and the risk and opportunities associated with operating within a multi-cultural, business environment.
- Quantitative Analysis – Apply economic models, accounting principles, statistical techniques, and financial theories, analysis, and reporting in business decision-making.
- Communication and Presentation – Demonstrate effective business communication skills through written reports, presentations, and working in a collaborative, team setting.
- Critical thinking, Analysis and Problem Solving – Design alternatives to solve business problems utilizing quantitative analysis, critical thinking, and sound ethical decision-making.
- Strategic Planning – Formulate strategies and policies utilizing environmental and resources assessment, and integrating various functions to achieve the mission and objectives of the organization.
- BUS 500A Intermediate Algebra
- MGT 605 Organization Mgmt & Leadership
- MKT 602 Marketing Management
- IBU 606 Global Business
- MNS 601 Statistics for Business
- ACC 604 Managerial Accounting
- ECO 607 Eco. for Managerial Decisions
- MGT 608 Managerial Support Systems
- FIN 609A Seminar in Financial Managemen
- LED 601 Ethics and Classic Theories
- IBU 540 International Experience
- MGT 625 Managerial Communication
- MGT 652 Business Simulation
- BIM 610 Strategic Decision Systems
- Specialization in Financial Management
- Specialization in Human Resources Management
- Specialization in Integrated Marketing Communication
- Specialization in International Business
- Specialization in Management Accounting
- Specialization in Marketing
- Specialization in Mobile Marketing and Social Media
- Specialization in Organizational Leadership
- Specialization in Supply Chain Management