Master of Business Administration (MBA)
The MBA program at Alliant School of Management provides advanced business, management and analytical skills, as well as 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.
On-Ground and Online MBA Programs
Our MBA program is offered on-ground at four campus locations in California:
- San Diego
- San Francisco
The Weekend Executive MBA program is offered on-campus at the Alliant School of Management in San Francisco. The program will be taught in a weekend executive format with classes meeting one long weekend a month (between Friday evening to Sunday afternoon).
Are you an undergraduate student at Alliant? Students in select Bachelor’s degree programs at Alliant may be eligible for an accelerated version of the MBA. To learn more, visit our Fast-Track MBA page.
(For undergraduate Business Majors)
The MBA degree is two-year program during which all students take eight core courses and four concentration courses. Our core MBA courses develop your managerial knowledge, analytical capacities and cultural exposure.
For Non Business Majors
Students who do not have an undergraduate business major are required to take 2 additional courses before starting their MBA curriculum.
Customize your Master of Business Administration with one of our several concentration options. Our MBA concentration programs increase your marketability with focused content in traditional, emerging and interdisciplinary areas of study.
Concentration options include:
- Healthcare Informatics
- Healthcare Management
- Human Resource Management
- International Investments Management
- International Marketing
- Information and Technology Management
- Management and Leadership
- Organizational Psychology
- Pharmaceutical Industry Management
Curricular Practical Training (CPT)
CPT helps foster an experiential education model and allows students to acquire knowledge in a particular area of interest while gaining skills to apply that knowledge in a real world setting in the workplace. Students start Practical Training in their first semester and it is required that they are fully engaged in Practical Training before the end of the first two 8-week terms of their program.
A student's CPT internship or employment must relate to that student's program of study and may be paid or unpaid based on student preference.
- All courses are offered in the evening and ASM scheduling accommodates working professionals. A full course load of two courses per 8 week term requires the student to be in the classroom twice a week.
- Summer semester courses are offered in an executive hybrid format to allow students some flexibility in studying schedules.
- 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.
Why Earn Your MBA at Alliant?
- A distinguished history in international management education
- World-class faculty
- 45,000+ successful alumni in over 100 countries
- Industry connections and networking opportunities
- Professional development opportunities: internships, community service learning, personal branding workshops
- Financial aid to qualified students
- Scholarship opportunities
- Flexible course formats for working professionals
- WASC-accredited University
- SAP ERP software training
Get Started Today!
Interested in learning more about our MBA program? Contact us today, and we’ll put you in touch with one of our admissions counselors. Fill out the Request Information form to your right, Live Chat with us, or give us a call at 1-866-UALLIANT (1-866-825-5426).
* Concentration offerings are subject to change and will be reviewed with your academic advisor.