Part-time MBA students generally take two classes each semester. Depending on the degree program and the previous coursework of the individual student, the program can be completed in three to four years on a part-time basis.
Class schedules are arranged in order to meet the needs of students who can only attend courses during the evening hours. Classes are offered once a week; typical evening class times are 4-6:40 pm and 7-9:40 pm. Past class schedules can be found at: sunspot.sdsu.edu/schedule.
Students may switch from being a part-time to a full-time student and vice versa, depending on personal needs.
* SDSU’s MBA degree, when completed with a specialization in Information Systems, is a STEM designated degree.
Consulting Projects are the culminating experience for MBA students in the College of Business Administration. Recent participating companies include:
SDSU is admitting students who wish to pursue an MBA, MSA, or Sports MBA for spring semester of 2017.
Online recordings of previous information sessions are available.
Questions about life as an SDSU Graduate Business student? Call our office and ask to speak to a Peer Advisor.
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What I really loved about SDSU was that most of my professors were from industry. When I walked into a classroom, I was walking into a place where the professor was one of the best, or the best in his/her field. They actually brought real life experience into an academic setting.Kelly Lindley, MBA Spring 2014