Today’s employers are seeking well-rounded employees who can speak the current language of business. They want employees who understand that all business is global business. They need employees that understand that sustainability is integral to the business of both today and tomorrow. They seek employees who understand that leadership is not something reserved for those sitting around the boardroom but instead is something that needs to occur at all levels of business.
Students of the Dominican MBA will emerge prepared to excel in a rapidly-changing and highly-competitive business environment. Candidates will learn, through a mix of theory and practice, how to step beyond current business models and ethically lead in an interdependent, technologically intensive and dynamically global environment.
Eight common core courses that address the three most salient themes in today’s business world: globalization, leadership, and sustainability
A nine-unit Concentration to personalize your MBA for your individual career aspirations. Concentration options include Global Business, Strategic Leadership, and Sustainable Enterprise (GreenMBA). Availability of the concentrations is subject to student interest, enrollment, and faculty availability.
The opportunity to pursue a general MBA for candidates who want to select courses from across the three Concentrations
A three-unit culminating Strategic Management Capstone course taught from the perspective of the three concentration areas and designed to provide an integrative demonstration of mastery of core MBA topics.
A four-unit Global Consulting Practicum and international trip provides invaluable real-world experience working as a consultant on a strategic business issue for an internationally-based client organization, while earning academic credit
Convenient location in the economically and culturally vibrant San Francisco Bay Area, California. Campus is located just 12 miles (18 km) north of the Golden Gate Bridge
Full-time (one year) or part-time (two year) options
Weekday evening and/or weekend courses offer flexibility for working students
Brand-new curriculum addresses current economic landscape and business needs and practices
Diverse and multi-generational student community with a variety of life experiences and work backgrounds
Strong emphasis on personal and career development
Extensive global network of alumni, corporate, educational, governmental and non-governmental contacts
Small cohort sizes and personalized instruction
Fall and Spring applications accepted
To ensure that all candidates of the Dominican MBA program possess required foundational knowledge and skills necessary to complete graduate-level business coursework, Dominican requires that candidates demonstrate fluency in basic Economics and Statistics, prior to starting the first course.
Candidates who have not already passed comparable courses at a two or four year institution may elect to complete a week-long, face-to-face evening intensive program prior to the start of the first MBA course.
Fall 2015 Deadline - May 15, 2015
Contact Robbie Hayes at 415.458.3771 or email@example.com