This popular program of study prepares students for careers in business management and provides them with the necessary skills and global orientation to succeed in the international marketplace. The elective options focus students on the diverse and fast-changing global environment and provide students with an understanding of the economic, social and technological forces shaping global markets today.
Applicants must have earned a bachelor’s degree from CIBU, an institution either accredited by a regional or national association recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, or a foreign institution, licensed and regulated by the appropriate oversight agency in the country of origin. Foreign degrees will be reviewed to determine if they meet the necessary academic requirements. Credits and courses from foreign institutions and prior education may be transferred after a thorough evaluation of eligibility in conformity with CIBU’s requirements. Individuals may transfer (a maximum of 10 quarter units) from prior work with the approval of the Dean of Academic Affairs or designee. Minimum English proficiency for international students is as follows: TOEFL (iBT)–79; IELTS–7.0; or TOEIC–750. CIBU does not require a GRE or GMAT exam.
The MBA program is a 12 course, 48 unit study that usually can be completed in 2 years, unless summer courses are taken or classes have been transferred. Students are required to complete ten core academic area courses plus four additional master’s level elective courses. A minimum of 3 courses per semester are required (except for the final term) for international students
Tuition is charged per course. The number of courses to complete the program may depend on the number of transferred credits and courses from other institutions.
- 2019 Master-Level Tuition = $2,166 per course
- Full-time tuition per semester (3 courses) = $6,500
- Full Tuition for the whole program (approximately) = *$26,000
*Excluding possible deductions for accepted credits from eligible transfer institutions.
Students may start their program in any academic quarter. January 1, March 1, June 1, September 1. Contact us for more information.
About the School
California International Business University (CIBU) was founded in 1995 as International School of Management (ISM), a California Nonprofit corporation. In 2002, to reduce confusion with similarly-nam ... Read More