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Master of Business Administration
California Coast University offers graduate students the opportunity to earn the advanced education in the study of business. Students may choose to pursue the Masters of Business Administration degree to build on previous educations and experiences while also introducing specialized topics of management and leadership as a business professional. The MBA designation attempts to solidify a graduate’s understanding of the sought out scientific approaches to management, accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, operations management, and many other concepts required for effective leadership. Successful students may use the MBA degree to excel in current careers or as the needed education to pursue personal endeavors.
The specialized curriculum is comprised of essential courses, each aiming to give graduate students the in depth education needed for success in the competitive business industry. The courses include Information Systems, Human Resources, and Commerce and the Research Process, among others. The combination of courses may give graduate students the knowledge and skills to be valuable assets to many small and large firms, or as the foundation for starting or entering an entrepreneurship opportunity.
MBA program applicants must already have a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Leadership, or Management. Students with a bachelor degree in another field of study will be considered on an individual basis.
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