California

MBA in California

An MBA in California is increasingly a draw for students looking for sun and business opportunities . And why not? California has beaches, booming industries, and, significant for some, a range of accredited business schools. 

Indeed, the state is home to over 70 business schools, offering MBA programs all over California, from San Diego to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Some of the world's best business schools, including Stanford Graduate School of Business and the University of California at Berkeley's Haas School of Business, are located in the state. But beyond that, there are a number of schools with accreditation from AMBA, AACSB or EQUIS, which offer California MBAs, guaranteeing that students will receive a quality education if they want to pursue a business degree.

Students choosing to do an MBA in California can pursue...

An MBA in California is increasingly a draw for students looking for sun and business opportunities . And why not? California has beaches, booming industries, and, significant for some, a range of accredited business schools. 

Indeed, the state is home to over 70 business schools, offering MBA programs all over California, from San Diego to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Some of the world's best business schools, including Stanford Graduate School of Business and the University of California at Berkeley's Haas School of Business, are located in the state. But beyond that, there are a number of schools with accreditation from AMBA, AACSB or EQUIS, which offer California MBAs, guaranteeing that students will receive a quality education if they want to pursue a business degree.

Students choosing to do an MBA in California can pursue a general degree, or one of many specialized programs, and focus on finance, consulting, supply chain, and more.

For those who want to stay in the state after completing their degree, California is a great place: after all, the state is the fifth largest economy in the world. For instance, Silicon Valley—not to mention other parts of the state—hosts a massive technology sector, and Southern California—primarily Los Angeles—is home to one of the world's biggest entertainment industries. Additionally, post-MBA careers can be found in the state's finance sector, as well as its energy industry—California is increasingly a player in the clean energy field. 

See a listing of all MBA programs in California below. You can filter schools by accreditation and whether they appear in one of the main MBA rankings publications.

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An MBA in California is increasingly a draw for students looking for sun and business opportunities . And why not? California has beaches, booming industries, and, significant for some, a range of accredited business schools. 

Indeed, the state is home to over 70 business schools, offering MBA programs all...

An MBA in California is increasingly a draw for students looking for sun and business opportunities . And why not? California has beaches, booming industries, and, significant for some, a range of accredited business schools. 

Indeed, the state is home to over 70 business schools, offering MBA programs all over California, from San Diego to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Some of the world's best business schools, including Stanford Graduate School of Business and the University of California at Berkeley's Haas School of Business, are located in the state. But beyond that, there are a number of schools with accreditation from AMBA, AACSB or EQUIS, which offer California MBAs, guaranteeing that students will receive a quality education if they want to pursue a business degree.

Students choosing to do an MBA in California can pursue a general degree, or one of many specialized programs, and focus on finance, consulting, supply chain, and more.

For those who want to stay in the state after completing their degree, California is a great place: after all, the state is the fifth largest economy in the world. For instance, Silicon Valley—not to mention other parts of the state—hosts a massive technology sector, and Southern California—primarily Los Angeles—is home to one of the world's biggest entertainment industries. Additionally, post-MBA careers can be found in the state's finance sector, as well as its energy industry—California is increasingly a player in the clean energy field. 

See a listing of all MBA programs in California below. You can filter schools by accreditation and whether they appear in one of the main MBA rankings publications.

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MBA Programs
in California

With AACSB, AMBA and/or EQUIS accredition only
Ranked by FT, BusinessWeek and/or Economist
 
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Los Angeles, California 11 Followers 9 Discussions

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San Diego, California 37 Followers 29 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA, Sports MBA more…

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Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

Dual Degree: MBA / JD, MBA / MA in Latin Studies more…

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San Francisco, California 22 Followers 15 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA, MBA for Biotech Professionals more…

Part-Time: MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

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Fullerton, California 15 Followers 24 Discussions

Part-Time: Flexible MBA, Fully Employed MBA at Irvine more…

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San Francisco, California 43 Followers 9 Discussions

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Dual Degree: MBA / MA in Asia Pacific Studies, MBA / DDS, MBA / MS in Environmental Management, MBA / MS in Financial Analysis, MBA / JD more…

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San Jose, California 13 Followers 20 Discussions

Full-Time: Early Career MBA (Full-time Track), Early Career MBA (Accelerated Track) more…

Part-Time: Early Career MBA (Part-time Track) more…

Executive MBA: MBA for Professionals more…

Dual Degree: MBA / MSE (Master of Science in Engineering), MBA / MS in Software Engineering more…

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Los Angeles, California 26 Followers 5 Discussions

Part-Time: MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

Dual Degree: MBA / JD more…

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Santa Clara, California 9 Followers 12 Discussions

Part-Time: Accelerated MBA, Evening MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

Distance Learning: Online MBA more…

Dual Degree: JD / MBA more…

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Hayward, California 10 Followers 10 Discussions

Part-Time: MBA with Concentrations, One Year MBA, MBA for Global Innovators more…

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San Francisco, California 1 Follower 1 Discussion

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

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Riverside, California 17 Followers 9 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: Professional MBA more…

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Los Angeles, California 10 Followers 7 Discussions
MSMU - Los Angeles The MBA program at Mount Saint Mary's University, Los Angeles is a sixteen-month, weekend-only program designed with ambitious working professionals in mind. 

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