Find out which MBA in Los Angeles is right for your career. Check the schools' profiles for information on MBA courses including study options, tuition, costs, duration and admission requirements. Find programs that follow the international accreditation standards of AACSB, AMBA, or EQUIS.
A dual degree program offered in partnership with Queen's University in Canada launched in 2005. Previously known as "Cornell-Queen’s Executive MBA", the program has been renamed in 2015 "Executive MBA Americas" and has expanded into Latin America. Classes are held every other weekend at at a designated boardroom location across North America. There are also three residential sessions split between the Cornell Johnson campus in Ithaca, NY and the Queen's University campus in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
The fast-track option enables select candidates to waive up to three core course from the curriculum and finish the program in 20 months.
A program for students and graduates of Pepperdine's part-time Bachelor of Science in Management (BSM) program. Students earn an MBA with an additional 30 units, rather than the standard 52.
Classes meet once every three weeks, Friday afternoons/evenings, Saturday mornings/afternoons.
classes meet approximately once each month, usually at the Villa Graziadio Executive Center in Malibu.
Classes meet all day Saturday and Sunday mornings every other weekend.
A three-year program designed for emerging managers who wish to pursue an MBA while working full time. A fast-track enables students to finish the program in 27 months. The FEMBA Flex study option blends online and on-campus learning environments.
A two-year program designed for mid-career executives.
Graduates earn two MBA degrees from UCLA and Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez Escuela de Negocios.
A full time one-year accelerated MBA program aimed at experienced professionals with an average of 10 years of work experience.
The first year of core classes meet at evenings on Monday and Wednesday and all-day Saturday in Los Angeles or at evenings on Tuesday and Thursday at the Orange County Center in Irvine. Elective courses of the second and third year meet at the University Park campus in Los Angeles.
A 21-month lock-step curriculum delivered every other week on Friday and Saturday at the USC University Park Campus in Los Angeles and in Carlsbad at the La Costa Resort in San Diego County.
Offered in collaboration with the USC Gould School of Law.
A combined program offered, in conjunction with USC Price School of Public Policy, that leads to the degrees of Master of Business Administration and Master of Planning.
A combined program offered in collaboration with the the USC Price School of Public Policy.
A joint degree program offered in collaboration with the USC Davis School of Gerontology that combines knowledge of the older population with the skills of business management.