Students who pursue our evening MBA with a concentration in Accounting gain an AACSB-accredited, cutting-edge business education along with high-demand skills required for a successful career in accounting. The Accounting concentration is designed for those students who have completed an undergraduate program in accounting and wish to pursue further study of the discipline. The concentration is of value to those who wish to fulfill the 150-hour requirement for CPA licensure in the State of California, and to those seeking employment or advancement in an accounting-focused career.
Business Analytics Concentration:
Obtain an MBA with a Business Analytics concentration! All classes are offered in the evening program, and are scheduled weekdays typically from 6pm to 10pm in a computer lab, offering hands-on activity-based learning! Students will take the Introduction to Business Analytics course as a prerequisite to other analytics courses. There are three additional courses with emphasis in accounting, marketing and operations. Students need to take a total of three analytics courses for their concentration. One analytics course is offered each term. The Introduction to Business Analytics is offered every fall only, with the other three courses offered on a rotational basis. This concentration is the only one that has professors from all College of Business Departments that teach courses, offering a comprehensive perspective on analytics!
Students who pursue our MBA with a concentration in finance gain an AACSB-accredited, cutting-edge business education along with a focus on financial management. The finance concentration empowers students with in-demand knowledge and a specialized skillset to thrive in the world of budgeting, investments, and financial systems. If you have a mind for finance, define and accelerate the trajectory of your career by coupling a concentration in finance with your MBA. Your resume will stand out in the crowd, increase your job prospects and position you in one of the most financially rewarding career fields for MBA graduates.