CSU San Bernardino Now Offering Part-Time MBA Program

Blended program delivered through a mix of in-class and online learning

California State University San Bernardino (CSUSB) is now offering a part-time MBA program, aimed at working professionals.

The "MBA for Professionals" program is delivered through a mix of in-class and online learning. Some classes are offered in four-hour blocks on Saturdays in a blended format, and others in two-hour evening blocks Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays.

With the new program, CSUSB is adding to the already numerous part-time MBA programs options by business schools in southern California. The University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business, for instance, offers an evening and weekend part-time MBA program; UCLA's Anderson School of Management's "Fully-Employed MBA" offers busy students three different scheduling options.

CSUSB's new part-time MBA program is generally aimed at students who have at least five years of work experience. Interested candidates who do not have five years of work experience can still apply, but must take either the GMAT or the GRE. The program offers three intakes: January, April, or September.

For more information, please see CSUSB's MBA for Professionals program webpage.

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