Daytime Accelerated MBA
The Daytime Accelerated MBA (AMBA) offers students the opportunity to earn an MBA degree in one year. The program consists of five quarter-like sessions, where students attend classes full-time, Monday through Thursday, and generally complete two to four classes per session. Students go through the intensive-study program in lockstep format and earn an MBA from an AACSB International accredited college. Career services and an international experience are offered to the students as a part of the program. Currently, students are admitted for the fall start date only.
For instructions on how to access and fill out the online university application, please click here: Special Sessions Online application guide
Students services and program administration for the AMBA (class registration, payments, book distribution, etc), are carried out by the College of Continuing and Professional Education (CCPE). Student advising and all other academic functions are managed by the MBA Office in the College of Business Administration. While students are registered for classes through CCPE, the degree is awarded by the College of Business Administration.
The Daytime Accelerated MBA is a financially self-supported, unsubsidized program that is not funded or supported by state tax revenue. If you are planning to use a Veterans Fee Waiver, or any other type of fee waiver, please contact the program coordinator or CCPE prior to class registration.
Daytime Accelerated MBA Program Costs
The cost for the Daytime Accelerated MBA is $850 per unit, or $2,550 for a three-unit class. The total cost for the 48 unit Program is $40,800. All fees and costs are subject to change without notice.
Financial Aid Changes to the 2013 AMBA Admission Cycle
Effective with the admission cycle for 2013, the AMBA program has been designated a summer early entrant program in order to allow students to maximize the amount of financial aid available for the duration of the program. This approach allows AMBA students to be considered for Federal student loans for their initial summer, fall, spring and final summer quarters.
FAFSA Application Process
The AMBA program spans two aid years, thus requiring FAFSA’s and additional documentation to be submitted for each year by the appropriate deadline. Students must also complete a “Summer Loan Request” form to initiate loan awarding during the two summer terms. Please see here for more information Summer 2013_AMBA_PROGRAM_FA_Information_Sheet.pdf as well as this Summer_2013_AMBA_Stafford_FINAL2.pdf
FAFSA Filing Requirements
- 2012-2013 FAFSA Application – Available online at www.fafsa.gov The deadline for FAFSA submission is May 15, 2013.
- 2013 Summer Loan Request form, available from the Office of Financial Aid.
Fall 2013 and Spring 2014
- 2013-2014 FAFSA Application – Available online at www.fafsa.gov This FAFSA must be submitted no later than June 1, 2013.
- 2014 Summer loan request form, available from the office of Financial Aid which must be submitted not later than May 1, 2014
For more information on this program please contact Marina Freeman at 562-985-8627 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall 2012 Class Profile:
- Total enrolled students - 36
- Average work experience: not required
- Average GPA - 3.03
- Average GMAT score - 555
- International students - 38%
- Domestic students - 61%
- Average age - 26 years
|Sample Schedule For AMBA|
|First Quarter 7-9 to 9-13, 2012||Second Quarter 9-24 to 11-29, 2012||Third Quarter 12-10-12 to 2-18-2013||Fourth Quarter 3-4 to 5-16, 2013||Int'l Exper. 5-20 to 6-7, 2013||Fifth Quarter 6-10 to 8-15, 2013|
|Acct 500||Acct 610||FIN 501||FIN 600||Advanced Study III*||Advanced Study IV|
|MKTG 500||MKTG 661||IS 602||Advanced Study I||Actual trip dates TBA||GBA 699 (Integrated Analysis)|
|IS 601||MGMT 500||MGMT 647||Advanced Study II|
|12 units||9 units||9 units||9 units||3 units||6 units|
Students need to submit an application and an MBA Program information sheet, as well as respond to 5 essay questions. See "Application Materials" page of our website: university application and MBA Program Information Sheet
View the presentation, for more information, please visit the AMBA Frequently Asked Questions. To register for an information session, please click here: or contact Marina Freeman-Garvey at email@example.com; 562-985-8627, or register online for an information session
Download a Daytime Accelerated MBA Program Brochure