Newly updated program targets local working professionals

Sonoma State University's School of Business has recently re-launched its MBA program, which now offers a broader range of curriculum choices.

With classes held during the evening, the newly redesigned program is aimed at working professionals in the Sonoma area. The curriculum includes a range of core business courses, such as marketing and finance; and students also have the option of taking a course in entrepreneurship and new venture management.

Electives include a range of options, including classes in social entrepreneurship and international management.

The course can be completed in as few as five semesters.

For more information, please see this Sonoma State press release press release announcing the launch of the part-time MBA program.

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