Graduates of the Graziadio School Bachelor of Science in Management (BSM) Program who meet other eligibility criteria have the unique opportunity to complete the MBA degree on an accelerated basis through the MBAJ Program. As compared to the standard 52-unit requirement for the MBA, the MBAJ Program may be completed in as few as 30 units. The exact unit requirement for each student will vary, according to the number of qualifying courses/units fulfilled in completing the BSM. In meeting the minimum 30-unit requirement for the MBAJ, students must complete the following:
- 4 to 8 units of MBA core courses corresponding to the selected concentration
- PGBS 670J
- STGY 659
- 12 units of MBA electives in a concentration area
- 5 to 13 units of additional MBA electives
Admitted Fall 2018 & Current | Admitted Before Fall 2018
Students must complete 12 units from an emphasis of choice in order to declare a concentration. Below outlines where each concentration is offered.
|Business Analytics||WLA, ONL|
|Dispute Resolution||MAL, WLA|
|Digital Innovation||WLA, ONL|
|Entertainment, Media and Sports||WLA|
|Finance||CAL, IGC, ONL, WLA|
|General Management||CAL, IGC, ONL, WLA|
|Global Business||WLA, ONL|
|Leadership and Managing Organizational Change||CAL, IGC, ONL, WLA|
|Marketing||CAL, IGC, ONL, WLA|
CAL: Calabasas IGC: Irvine MAL: Malibu ONL: Online WLA: West Los Angeles
Dispute Resolution Certificate and Concentration
Students pursuing general management or dispute resolution concentration have the opportunity to enroll in courses within the dispute resolution discipline at the Straus Institute through a collaboration between the Graziadio School and the Caruso School of Law at Pepperdine. The courses are offered at the main Pepperdine campus in Malibu. In addition to the 12 unit elective requirement for the dispute resolution concentration, students may complete additional coursework leading to a formal Certificate in Dispute Resolution. Details about the concentration and certificate options are provided here.
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