California Victor University currently offers the following programs:
Master of Business Administration (MBA, 42 semester credit hours)
The Masters of Business Administration at our California Victor University is a two year program that is designed to introduce students to various branches of business such as accounting, human resources, marketing, management, strategy, and etc. Our MBA program is designed to help those develop their communication and oral skills so that they will be able to apply their skills in real-world competencies. MBA is usually interdisciplinary because it requires for the student to use their knowledge from fields other than business such as, psychology and sociology. Therefore, students who are willing to pursue their studies in MBA will require motivation and time commitment for successful course completion. The course of study provides a balanced approach to the art and science of management and informs the individual how to manage through given information. The employment opportunities for the graduates of this program include accountants, company managers, and finance analysts, and insurance specialists.
1.Ascertain biblical values and ethics in business.
2.Articulate the nature of domestic/global economics and markets.
3.Effectively communicate and work in team environments.
4.Articulate administration and management principles, strategies, and methods.
5.Demonstrate knowledge and skills of accounting and finance.
6.Understand and apply leadership theories and skills in business organizations.
Learning skill and other competencies to be acquired by students
1. Obtain an ability for critically reasoning and solving problems
2. Effectively use skills to communicate to a business audience.
3. Possess the methods of achieving organizational decisions in socially responsible manner
4. Articulate and effectively use management/leadership principles, strategies, and methods.
5. Demonstrate and use skills of accounting and finance.
Candidates are expected to have acquired basic math skills and working knowledge of computers. Students who have not had a course in basic math skills or computer concepts involving database management and spreadsheet software must either a) demonstrate to faculty that they have the requisite proficiency in these areas or b) take the necessary courses. Students must own or have access to a computer.
Those without a Business Administration academic background will be required to complete pre-requisite courses.
Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree with a 2.0 cumulative GPA to be eligible for the graduate program, or in special circumstances, may be accepted with approval from the Faculty Advisor and Academic Dean. Students are expected to maintain a 2.5 GPA in order to complete the program. In addition, each degree program requires completion of the graduate core plus either a) graduate research class and thesis, or b) graduate research class and successful passage of a comprehensive exam.
Credit is assigned in graduate guided instruction and labs for completion of course requirements that include both developmental and evaluative components based upon faculty contact throughout instruction. Students must satisfy prerequisite requirements for any courses selected.
The MBA is a breadth degree. Lab work is assigned on an individual basis and is determined by faculty assessment.
Successfully complete 42 semester credit hours (units) of the Following coursework with a minimum cumulative Grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale:
Complete 36 semester credit hours (units) of coursework for those entering with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration.
Students entering the program with a Bachelor's degree from another discipline will be required to take the First Year MBA Core courses and complete a total of 42 semester credit hours (units) of coursework.
Successfully complete a thesis or comprehensive examination.
The Master of Business Administration program must be completed within four years from the date of admission.