Graduate Programs

The Master of Business Administration

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program strives to provide its graduates with positive career outcomes. The program objectives include:

  1. The M.B.A. will provide students with the knowledge and skills managers need to succeed.
  2. The M.B.A. will provide students with the opportunity to select an area of specialization.

Student Learning Outcomes

Students graduating with a Master of Business Administration will be able to:

  1. Make legal and ethical decisions in organizations and society.
  2. Develop business strategies that respond to emerging opportunities and challenges in the global environment.
  3. Apply leadership, teamwork, and communication skills in diverse managerial environments.
  4. Analyze and integrate information from different functional areas of business in managerial decisions.
  5. Apply quantitative, analytical, and technological tools for data driven decision making.

The Management Department offers the following MBA options:

Human Resources & Organizational Behavior

Information Technology Management

Operations & Supply Chain Management

Strategy & International Business

Master of Science in Business Administration: Business Analytics Option

The Master of Science in Business Administration: Business Analytics Option  is designed for students and business professionals with background in computer science, statistics and mathematics who want to have a mastery understanding of business analytics, such as business intelligence and big data analytics.

  1. The M.B.A. will provide students with the knowledge and skills managers need to succeed.
  2. The M.B.A. will provide students with the opportunity to select an area of specialization.

Student Learning Outcomes

Students graduating with an M.S.B.A., Business Analytics Option from Cal State East Bay will be able to:

1. Design, implement, and manage databases and data warehousing systems

2. Acquire, validate, analyze and represent data and information for generating knowledge-based information systems

3. Apply business intelligence and analytics skills in various areas of business and decision making.

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