CSULA Holds MBA Information Session

The next information session for the College of Business and Economics at the California State University, Los Angeles MBA program will be held March 26. The information session will begin at 5 p.m. and last for one hour. The event is free to attend and open to alumni, current CSULA students, and prospective members of the public.

Those interested in attending the event can complete an online registration form. During the event, prospective students will have the opportunity to learn more about the MBA program and the benefits of an MBA for your career.

Cal State L.A.’s MBA program is designed to develop general managers capable of working in an increasingly multicultural and global environment. The MBA program is a 48-credit program that offers professional preparation for management positions. The MBA  is focused around a broad management-oriented  curriculum. Those enrolled in the program have the opportunity to complete a concentration along with the MBA degree. The seven concentration options include, Accounting, Business Economics, Finance, Information Systems, International Business, Management and Marketing.

Key elements of the program include, integrated modules that cross functional disciplines, a common cohort experience, teamwork among both faculty and students, focus on global business awareness participative and a student-centered learning environment.

The program is designed with the working professional in mind. Classes for the MBA program are conveniently offered during evenings and occasionally on weekends. The newly structured MBA program provides all of the features of a full-time program on a convenient evening schedule.

For more information on the MBA program at CSULA and other MBA programs available in the Los Angeles area, visit


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