2022-2023 Catalog 
    
    Sep 24, 2022  
2022-2023 Catalog

Business Administration - Enterprise, MBA


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The Enterprise MBA, modeled after the School of Management’s Part-Time MBA program, is a fully asynchronous degree program open to employees of Andersen Tax. Andersen employees can complete the program in three to five years.

Foundational to the program is a challenging academic curriculum designed to train students to meet the requirements for a diverse and rapidly changing global workforce. Academic and professional preparation is sustained by an expensive series of co-curricular programs and mentor-supported reflections directed at encouraging students to discern and articulate their values as they develop their characters.

THE MBA CURRICULUM
The University of San Francisco MBA Program is a rigorous and intellectually challenging field of study that provides the analytical, functional, and interpersonal skills necessary for success in an increasingly complex and global business environment. The MBA curriculum reflects careful consideration of the development of these skills by providing students with two levels of graduate management course work: Core Courses and Elective Courses.

Program Learning Outcomes


Please see the Business Administration - Full Time, MBA 

Enterprise Major Requirements (36 units)


The MBA Enterprise curriculum is 36 units comprised of 10 core courses (20 units), Capstone course (2 units) and 14 elective units.

Required MBA Courses


The MBA Core Courses are the nucleus of the MBA curriculum and provide innovative problem-solving skills to diagnose and solve a wide variety of managerial problems. In addition to the development of specific functional and analytical skills, the core curriculum has been uniquely designed to integrate five themes throughout each course: global perspectives, ethical perspectives, creative problem solving, leadership dynamics, and communication skills. Through the use of case studies, guest speakers, computer simulations, and faculty-student interaction, these themes merge with course content to provide a real world experience.

CAPSTONE (2 units)


MBA Electives


Please complete an additional 14 units of MBA courses.

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