Hybrid Part-Time MBA Program Curriculum

Earn your MBA while continuing to grow in your career.

View our complete list of courses designed to develop skills in leadership, corporate social responsibility and global business practices. Starting Fall 2022, a total of 44 units is required for all Hybrid Part-Time MBA students. Of these, 30 must come from core courses and 14 from electives.


Students entering the University of San Diego and/or declaring a major during 2021-22, should follow information contained in the printed course catalog (also known as the "catalog of record") published on April 1, 2021. Access the catalog of record at https://catalogs.sandiego.edu.

Requirements for the MBA Degree: Part-Time MBA 

Degree requirements include coursework, applied projects, international experiences and career/professional development-oriented activities.

 

Code

Title

Units

Business Function Core (12 units)

 

GSBA 501

Leading Multicultural Teams and Organizations

2

GSBA 507 

Financial Accounting and Statement Analysis

GSBA 504

Marketing for Global Managers

2

GSBA 509

Financial Management and Analysis

2

GSBA 506

Operations and Global Supply Chain Management

2

GSBA 514

Economics in a Global Environment

2

Integrated Problem Solving (8 units)

 

GSBA 500

Sustainable Strategies for the Entrepreneurial Manager

2

GSBA 502

Statistical Decision Making

GSBA 503

Problem Formulation and Decision Analysis

2

GSBA 508

Law, Policy and Ethics in Global Business

2

Applied and Experiential Learning (10 units)

 

GSBA 593

International Consulting Project

3

GSBA 516

Current Trends in the Business Environment

2

GSBA 519

Social Impact Consulting Project

2

GSBA 590

Agile Strategies for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

3

Program Electives (14)

 

Electives

There are a wide variety of elective courses available. Students may earn a concentration by focusing their elective courses in a particular area of expertise. A maximum of 6 units may be chosen from the School of Law or other relevant USD graduate program. For courses outside the MBA program, permission must be obtained from the MBA advisor. See the appropriate section of this course catalog or the School of Law Course Catalog for information about course offerings outside the School of Business. Prerequisites for all elective courses must be observed.

Choose your specialty

From finance to entrepreneurship, you can earn a specialized MBA by using your electives to concentrate in one of six relevant business fields.