Designed to accommodate the demands of work and life, USD’s hybrid online MBA program
In course content, value and prestige, with the added flexibility of studying when and where student learn best.
They will get to take advantage of the benefits of an online MBA program while also receiving the in-person support of our esteemed faculty.
Duration: 24-36 months
Avg. GMAT score: 580
Avg. Undergrad GPA: 3.2
First hybrid MBA program in the San Diego area
Begins spring semester (the only MBA in San Diego with a January start date)
40 percent of coursework completed online
60 percent of instruction on campus
Part-time program: one weekend per month on campus
A total of 53 units is required for all Online MBA Students 31 must come from core courses and 22 from electives.
Degree requirements include coursework, applied projects and career/professional development-oriented activities.
Business Analytics Concentration
Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Enterprise Concentration
International Business Concentration
Managerial Leadership Concentration
Supply Chain Management Concentration
US News Report and Ranking
#27 in Best Online Master’s in Criminal Justice Programs (tie)
#15 in Best Online Master’s in Criminal Justice Programs for Veterans
#41 in Best Online Master’s in Business Programs (Excluding MBA) (tie)
#22 in Best Online Master’s in Business Programs for Veterans (Excluding MBA)
Overall Score 73/100
Business-related work experience requirement
Letters of recommendation
Business-related undergraduate course work requirement
TOEFL required for international students
Application essay required
GMAT Waivers Policy
The final application deadline for fall 2020 is coming up quickly.
Application fee waivers are now available to all applicants, which will also be discussed during the session.
Great small school, professors are really there to help you and always have office hours open for students. Lack of diversity on campus, so it can be hard to transition in and find place on campus. It’s hard to find online learning as engaging but they do their best.
The universities athletic events could use some more fans, and the students that don’t go are missing out on the exciting atmosphere.