San Francisco Bay Area Master of Business Administration (MBA) Degree in Business Administration
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area in Alameda, California, is designed to enhance your professional abilities and give you the skills sought by contemporary businesses.
You can learn to identify challenges and opportunities, draw on the latest technology and information, use advanced analytical and planning approaches, and execute plans for leading positive change. You also can develop competencies through focusing on critical thinking, persuasive communications, technical knowledge, and a deep understanding of the human side of business.
The MBA degree program is accessible for students. Scheduling options include Online, Blended and Blended Fast-Track class formats – the Fast-Track 12-month scheduling option provides faster time to completion. The program also offers frequent start dates with weeknight and weekend options to provide flexibility.
The MBA degree program consists of 10 core courses (30 credit hours), scheduled to enable busy professionals to balance the demands of career, family, and school. This program is designed to serve the needs of talented students, regardless of their undergraduate degrees. The College of Business welcomes and encourages students from diverse academic backgrounds.
For all students, the MBA degree program culminates in an applied Capstone project that requires students to integrate and demonstrate proficiency in core business competencies.
As an MBA graduate from Argosy University, you will be able to gain the professional skills required to compete for titled roles such as:
• Administrative Services Manager
• Branch Manager
• Buyer and Purchasing Agent
• Credit Manager
• Financial Manager
• Human Resources Manager
• Instructor in Business Administration
• Management Consultant
• Marketing Manager
• Product Development Manager
• Sales Manager
• Training and Development Manager
Enhance your career potential by enrolling in the MBA program. You can learn more about specific financial aid programs (available to those who qualify) on our Financial Aid & Scholarships pages, or by contacting us to request more information.