No matter where you live in California or where you’d like to live in California –there’s a bound to be a great business degree program for you.
1. Claremont Graduate University: Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management – Claremont
This graduate program emphasizes a philosophy of management that embraces a liberal arts perspective that integrates social and behavioral science with philosophy, humanities, history and technology. MBA’s offered range from traditional MBA, to Art Business, Arts Management, Politics, Economics & Business and Public Health MBAs.
2. Golden Gate University: Ageno School of Business – San Francisco
The Ageno School of Business has 15 Masters of Science and Masters of Business Administration programs with 24 concentrations, such as Accounting, IT Management, International Business, Law, Marketing & Public Relations, and Project Management.
3. Loyola Marymount University: College of Business Administration – Los Angeles
This premier catholic university is the 12th ranked part-time MBA program in the U.S. according to U.S. News & World Report and has a minor in Business Administration, as well as Bachelors of Science in Accounting and Applied Information Management and Bachelors of Business Administration degrees and corresponding Masters Programs.
4. Monterey Institute of International Studies: Fisher Graduate School of International Business- Monterey
Interested in International policy and management? The Monterey Institute has Masters Programs and Joint Masters Degrees geared towards the global marketplace. They also offer a one year MBA program and an MBA in International Management.
5. National University: School of Business and Management –Online/multiple cities
National University has been a leader in online education since its inception. They have many BS, BA and Bachelors in Business Administration with concentrations in Finance, Human Resource Management and Marketing, as well as MBA, Masters in Arts and Master of Accounting Programs.
6. Pepperdine University: Graziadio School of Business and Management - Los Angeles
If you’ve got your eyes on Malibu, Pepperdine’s the school for you. In addition to the Bachelors in Business Program, Pepperdine has Online, Part-time, Full-time, Executive and Presidents and Key Executives MBA programs to meet your educational goals.
7. Santa Clara University: Leavey School of Business – Santa Clara
Global study components are highly recommended for undergraduate students, so Santa Clara University offers distinctive leadership programs geared for future international business leaders.
8. San Diego State University: College of Business Administration - San Diego
SDSU’s Undergraduate and Master’s programs offers state-of-the-art curriculum, over 100 courses to select from and access to the biotech, telecommunications and other high growth industries that call San Diego home.
9. San Francisco State University: College of Business – San Francisco
Princeton Review ranks SFSU 8th in “Greatest Opportunity for Minority Students” and has an exclusive MBA partnership with the University of Nice in France, as well as an MBA concentration in Business Ethics and Sustainable Business.
10. Stanford University: Stanford Graduate School of Business- Stanford
Tied for the number one spot with Harvard Business School; Stanford has an MBA, the one year Sloan Master’s Program, Doctorate, Executive Education and Global Innovation Programs for Entrepreneurship.