Alliant’s mission is to promote continuous improvement and recognize teaching excellence through its recognition of business education programs throughout the world.
Designed to give students the tools they need to master the business world.
Build-Your-Own Online MBA Degree
The Online MBA program at Alliant School of Management provides advanced business, management and analytical skills, and extensive practical experience in applying these skills, particularly in multicultural contexts.
The MBA degree is designed to offer flexibility to students who have completed prior business courses.
The program follows a cohort model, with all students taking the core curriculum courses as a cohort at the beginning of the program, followed by concentration tracks during their remaining program of study.
The Online MBA program at Alliant’s California School of Management and Leadership provides advanced business, management and analytical skills and extensive practical experience applying those skills, especially in multicultural contexts.
Completion of 12 courses, consisting of eight core courses and four concentration courses. Courses are three units each and this leads to the requirement of completing 36 units, consisting of 24 core units and 12 concentration units.
Students, who do not have a business major, are required to take two (2) pre-requisite courses before starting their MBA curriculum of 12 courses or 36 unit.
Two (2) pre-requisite courses are required for students without a business background, before starting their MBA curriculum.
Overall Bachelor’s GPA is 2.75 or above
Overall Bachelor’s GPA is between 2.60 and 2.75
Minimum five (5) years professional work experience
Minimum GPA of 2.75 in the last 60 units of coursework
An accredited master’s degree with overall GPA 3.0
A current resume is required
Business Administration: MBA (Online)
The Office of Student Financial Services is committed to providing assistance to qualified students who would otherwise be unable to pursue the attainment of their educational and professional goals.
Financial aid is based on financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Aid (FAFSA).