Knauss School of Business Announces New MBA Curriculum Beginning Next Semester

USD’s Knauss’ recently announced new curriculum builds upon core strengths while making important updates and additions

Fall 2022 will see the launch of Knauss’ new MBA program, which promises to be “more rigorous, relevant, streamlined and personalized than ever.” The University of San Diego will also see the launch of their all-new Knauss Center for Business Education.

The curriculum changes announced include fewer credits, thus decreasing tuition costs; revised concentrations, allowing students to focus on one of six highly demanded function areas; new consulting projects, including Social Impact and International Consulting projects; and a new focus on emerging trends, with special attention to the future of business and the digital world.

Among the revised optional concentrations, students will be able to choose between Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Finance, Organizational Leadership, Marketing, and Supply Chain Management.

Starting this fall, classes will take place in the university’s new Knauss Center for Business Education, “a 120,000-sq.-ft. state-of-the-art facility with cutting edge technology and collaboration spaces.”

Associate dean of faculty Rangapriya (Priya) Kannan said that “we are extremely excited to help educate the next generation of socially responsible business leaders through our newly redesigned MBA curriculum and cutting-edge facility.”

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