California University of Pennsylvania
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Organizations large and small rely on effective managers to lead them into the future. Position yourself for career advancement with the MBA: Management program at California University of Pennsylvania.
Cal U’s accredited MBA management program builds on your undergraduate learning, whether your bachelor’s degree is in business, liberal arts, education or any other field. You’ll develop a solid foundation in business management as you strengthen your leadership, problem-solving and decision-making skills.
This specialized, graduate-level management program prepares you for managerial, supervisory and executive positions by enhancing competencies in:
Personal leadership, so you can be an ethical and effective leader.
Organizational problem-solving, so you can generate results.
Teamwork, so you can lead and follow collaboratively in dynamic situations.
Management program graduates can apply these skills across disciplines and in many organizational settings.
Hybrid learning approach
Cal U’s 36-credit management MBA includes a blend of online and on-campus courses. Online courses are asynchronous, so you can learn any time, from any location.
You can attend on-campus courses in person or virtually, utilizing web conferencing technology. This “distance learning” option gives you the flexibility to attend some classes in person or complete your degree entirely online.
This flexible MBA in management can be completed in 15 months of full-time study, or on a part-time schedule.
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Program Admission Requirements
Demonstrate your commitment and readiness to succeed in business school by taking the GMAT exam – the most widely used exam for admissions that measures your critical thinking and reasoning skills.
Download the GMAT mini quiz to get a flavour of the questions you’ll find in the exam.