MBA and MBA: Entrepreneurship Curriculum

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MBA and MBA: Entrepreneurship Curriculum

The rigorous MBA & MBA Entrepreneurship curriculum is designed for students who want to develop advanced managerial and entrepreneurial skills in areas that significantly affect modern business enterprises. Successful completion of this curriculum will effectively equip you for a more challenging role in a contemporary business and as an entrepreneur.  This program can be completed full-time in as little as 12 months!

  • For regular admission, six foundational undergraduate courses are required. 
  • Applicants who have or will complete these prior to admission to the MBA program are not required to take them again.
  • Applicants who have not completed these courses may complete them at Cal U or another accredited college/university prior to or after admission to the program, but these courses are in addition to the 36 graduate credits required to receive a confirmed master’s degree. 
  • Students who have completed the five foundational undergraduate courses and have a 3.00 undergraduate GPA will be granted regular admission.
Foundation Courses (18 credits)
Course Name Credits

ACC 200 Financial Accounting


ECO 201/ECO 100 Introduction Microeconomics/Elements of Economics


MAT 181 College Algebra


MAT 225/215 Business Statistics/Statistics


Algebra (MAT 181) is a prerequisite for taking Business Statistics/Statistics.

The links below provide a recommended course sequence for completing the MBA and MBA Entrepreneurship programs.  The courses listed will be offered each semester as noted.  Students may begin the program in any Spring, Summer, or Fall semester.  Students may not begin the program during the Winter session.

Get a description of each of Cal U's Business Administration courses from our Course Catalog here.

MBA and MBA: Entrepreneurship Course Sequences

MBA - a traditional MBA program

MBA: Entrepreneurship - a 100% online MBA program

While this sequence was built to accelerate time to completion to just one year of study, students may modify the sequence and take 1-4 classes per term to meet their particular time constraints or work/life demands.  In doing so, students will also need to factor in time to completion and financial aid impact to reducing the course load per semester.

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