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1 SELF-PACED EVENING MBA PROGRAM California State University, Long Beach

2 CSULB MBA STAFF Dr. Michael Chung – MBA Director Dr. Michael Chung – MBA Director Paula Gloeckner – MBA Evaluator Paula Gloeckner – MBA Evaluator Kathy Rice – MBA Operations Manager Kathy Rice – MBA Operations Manager Jean Merrell – Accelerated MBA Program Coordinator Jean Merrell – Accelerated MBA Program Coordinator

3 College of Business Administration Over 50 years of Undergraduate Degrees Over 50 years of Undergraduate Degrees Over 25 years of Graduate Degrees Over 25 years of Graduate Degrees 32 nd Largest Accredited Business School in the country 32 nd Largest Accredited Business School in the country AACSB – Accreditation AACSB – Accreditation American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business Challenge schools to pursue continuous improvement Challenge schools to pursue continuous improvement Focuses on quality of educational activities Focuses on quality of educational activities

4 Evening MBA Features  Self-paced schedule  Traditional semester courses  Weekday: Late afternoon and Evening Classes  Opportunity to network with large group of MBA students  Course choices are based on class availability

5 Curriculum – First Year Core Year One Year One Accounting 500: Management & Financial Accounting Accounting 500: Management & Financial Accounting Finance 520: Legal, Regulatory, & Ethical Environment of Business Finance 520: Legal, Regulatory, & Ethical Environment of Business Management 500: Business Policies, Operations and Organizations Management 500: Business Policies, Operations and Organizations Marketing 500: Marketing Concepts Marketing 500: Marketing Concepts These classes may be waived if you have earned a degree from an accredited business school within the last 10 years

6 Curriculum – Second Year Core Accounting 610 – Advanced Cost Accounting, Budgeting & Control Accounting 610 – Advanced Cost Accounting, Budgeting & Control Finance 600 – Seminar in Business Finance Finance 600 – Seminar in Business Finance Human Resources Management 652 – Seminar in Human Resources Management Human Resources Management 652 – Seminar in Human Resources Management Information Systems 601 – Applied Statistic & Decision Analysis Information Systems 601 – Applied Statistic & Decision Analysis Information Systems 602 – Management of Information Systems Information Systems 602 – Management of Information Systems Management 647 – Seminar in Management Planning & Control Systems Management 647 – Seminar in Management Planning & Control Systems Marketing 661 – Seminar in Marketing Policies Marketing 661 – Seminar in Marketing Policies

7 MBA Program Curriculum – 48 units First Year Core- 12 Units First Year Core- 12 Units Accounting 500 Accounting 500 Management 500 Management 500 Finance 520 Finance 520 Marketing 500 Marketing 500 Second Year Core – 21 Units Second Year Core – 21 Units Accounting 610 Accounting 610 Finance 600 Finance 600 Human Resources 652 Human Resources 652 Information Systems 601 Information Systems 601 Information Systems 602 Information Systems 602 Management 647 Management 647 Marketing 661 Marketing 661 General Specialization (12 units) Four classes within three different business areas OR Specialization – 12 Units 3 Electives (9 units) within same area and 1 Free Elective of 3 Units Capstone Course – 3 Units GBA 699 – Integrated Analysis Culminating experience that integrates knowledge from all functional areas of business Taken after 2 nd year core is complete

8 Curriculum – Specializations Business Areas Business Areas Finance Finance Management Management Marketing Marketing Accountancy Accountancy Information Systems Information Systems Health Care Health Care HRM HRM General Specialization General Specialization Students must enroll in 3 classes within the same discipline to plus 1 additional class in any business area to complete their specialization Students must enroll in four classes within three different business areas for a general MBA specialization

9 Specialization – Examples FinanceMarketing Health Care Info Systems General Capital Budgeting Advertising Policies The Health Care System (Required for this option) Electronic Commerce Finance: Investments Investments Financial Forecasting International Marketing Hospital Management Network Modeling Marketing: Consumer Consumer Behavior Behavior Portfolio Management Strategic Planning Long Term Care Mgmt Business Tele- communicatio n ManagementManagement: Organizational Organizational Analysis Analysis Total Units - 9

10 Application Requirements  MBA Application AND University Application  Transcripts – GPA (Range 3.0 & above)  GMAT Scores (Range 500 & above)  Detailed Resume  Work Experience (Encouraged but not required)  Statement of Purpose (1 page)  Two Letters of Recommendation from professional associates or faculty professional associates or faculty DEADLINES: Spring – October 30 / Fall – Mar. 30

11 MBA Program Fees Financial Aid Office: (562) Jeanne Boyer (562) Required Registration Fees – Fall / Spring Part-time: 0-6 unitsApprox. $981 Full-time: 7 units or more Approx. $1,572 Non-resident/International Tuition Fee: $339 /unit Books and Course Materials University Application Fee $55.00 Summer Fees – varies by residency & number of units taken

12 GMAT EXAM o Electronic Standardized Assessment o Analytical Writing o Quantitative Reasoning o Verbal Reasoning o Offered year round – Make appointment o Cannot take the exam more than once a month o The MBA program accepts the highest score o Resources o or o UCES – Prep Course

13 CSULB Application Process Submit 2 Applications University ($55.00) – can apply and pay online at ($55.00) – can apply and pay online at The MBA ProgramThe MBA Program APPLICATION TIPS Apply EarlyApply Early Create your file – even if you have not taken the GMAT ExamCreate your file – even if you have not taken the GMAT Exam Inform the Office of your scheduled GMAT DateInform the Office of your scheduled GMAT Date No application will be accepted/reviewed without a GMAT scoreNo application will be accepted/reviewed without a GMAT score

14 MBA Contacts Paula Gloeckner – MBA Evaluator (562) – Kathy Rice – MBA Operations Manager (562) – MBA Program FAX Number (562)

15 Mailing Addresses California State University, Long Beach MBA Program - College of Business Administration 1250 Bellflower Blvd. Long Beach, CA California State University, Long Beach Office of Enrollment Services 1250 Bellflower Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90840


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