Master of Business Administration (MBA)
United States University (USU)
San Diego, USA
3 - 5 semesters
Full time, Part time
USD 11,150 *
Earliest start date
* $11,150 - Total Estimated Total Institutional Charges (Including Fees) for Domestic Students
ACCELERATE YOUR CAREER
Getting ahead in today’s increasingly competitive business world requires an advanced education. At USU, you can earn your MBA without hitting pause on your career. Our graduate degree program caters to working adults who want to take their career—and salary—to the next level. With small class sizes, flexible schedules, and online learning, USU’s MBA program is designed to fit your schedule—as well as your budget—and ensure your success.
ADVANTAGES OF USU
With 0%-interest payment plans, financial aid, and scholarships available, you can earn your degree without breaking the bank.
100% online courses for domestic students—no need to relocate or commute.
Designed with working adults in mind, the MBA program allows domestic students to take one or two courses at a time.
USU is accredited by WSCUC.
No Entrance Exams
USU does not require GRE or GMAT for admissions.
With courses starting every 8 weeks, you can begin earning your degree quickly.
ACCREDITATIONS & APPROVALS
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
30 Semester Credits / 3 Semesters / 10-20 Months
Delivery Mode: Online
The MBA program at United States University combines theory and practice—allowing students to apply what they have learned. Throughout the program, students will:
- Gain a broad understanding of the functional areas of business (finance, accounting, marketing, human resources, information technology)
- Develop their leadership skills through courses in organizational behavior, international/global management, strategic planning, organizational change and innovation
- Advance their dexterity in critical thinking and problem solving, project management, communication, teamwork, and ethics
- Interact with and learn from faculty and one another through class participation
MBA COURSE REQUIREMENTS
|Business Information Systems
|Operations Management and Decision Models
|Talent Acquisition, Performance, and Behavior
Note: MGT599 is non-transferable. This course must be taken in the student's last semester.
Students are required to take 3 credits of electives from the list below.
|Business Process Modeling and Enterprise Wide Information Systems
|Organizational, Legal and Ethical Issues in the Digital Enterprise
|Business Systems Analysis, Modeling and Design Methodologies
|Descriptive and Predictive – Analytical Decision-Making Tools I
|Prescriptive Analytic Decision-Making Tools II
|Big Data and Future Directions for Business Analytics
|Decision Support Systems and Business Intelligence
|Corporate Financial Accounting
|Finance Strategy and Valuation
|Attracting and Retaining Talent
|Executive Seminar: Human Resources Trends and Emerging Practices
|Human Resource Analytics: Managing Total Rewards Compensation
|Human Resource Strategy and Leadership Decision-Making
|Managing Organizational Change and Innovation
|International Business Environments: Trends and Practices
|Global Business Leadership
|Global Business Strategy
|Project Management Essentials
|Project Management Organizational Framework
|Project Management Integration Framework
|Information Technology Project Management
Program Tuition Fee
Career Services are provided to all United States University students and alumni at no cost. USU Career Services can support you with the following:
Resume and Cover Letter Writing
Learn how to create resumes and cover letters that attract recruiters and hiring managers. You can also have your documents reviewed by Career Services.
Identify interviewing strategies specific to your skills, personality, and career goals, and increase your confidence. Additionally, Career Services offers mock interviews to help you prepare.
LinkedIn Profile & Navigation
Understand how to set up a great LinkedIn profile and have it reviewed by Career Services.
Career assessments can help you identify and explore your unique talents, skills, interests, values, personality, and abilities.
Job Searching & Salary Negotiation
Students and alumni can make an appointment with Career Services to get help with job searching, salary negotiation, and more.