The University of San Diego School of Business Administration offers undergraduate programs, and at the graduate level, MBA and specialized master degree programs are available. The following programs are offered:
- Business Administration
- Business Economics
- International Business
- Real Estate
- MBA: Full-time MBA, International MBA, Evening MBA, Dual Degrees
- Specialized Masters: Accountancy, Real Estate, MS-SCM, Taxation
- Business Leadership: Executive Leadership, Global Leadership
- Global Business Strategy
- Real Estate Finance, Investment and Development
The John M. Ahlers Center for International Business is only one of a few of its kind in existence. It offers business programs that enhance the proficiency of students, faculty and the business community, and offers Residence and International Scholars and Executives in Research Programs, a certificate in Global Strategy and Management, and management and business courses on four of the world’s continents.
The Burnham Moores Center for Real Estate has earned respect as a high-quality real estate center that participates in innovative research and outreach in the real estate industry and strives towards the advancement of real estate leadership with a socially responsible approach.
The Center for Peace and Commerce resulted from combining the School of Business Administration and The Joan B. Kroc School of Peace at the University of San Diego. The mission of the Center for Peace and Commerce focuses on using a combination of creative thoughts, ideas and action, business knowledge, and management to alleviate poverty and create peace.
The Supply Chain Management Institute focuses on creating logistics, operations, strategic account management and integrated supply techniques to assist companied and organizations reach global-class chain performance. The Supply Chain Management makes this possible through joint business partnerships, devoted research and educational programs.
The SBA houses an Accountancy Institute that offers educational opportunities personalized to its students. In addition to the educational opportunities that are available, personal growth and networking opportunities are also offered to students, SBA alumni and to business professionals in the San Diego accounting area.
The SBA focuses on the importance of community learning by integrating community service projects into its student’s courses of study. Through a combination of efforts between the SBA and the Office of Community of Service Learning at the University of San Diego, students have the opportunity to give back while learning.
Undergraduate cost of attendance is approximately $25,940 per semester and the cost of attendance for graduate students is $1,280 per credit.
Sector Of Institution:Private, 4-year
Religious Affiliation:Roman Catholic
Highest Level Of Offering:Master's degree
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