Be they nonprofit administrators, project managers, or small business owners, many successful business leaders hold bachelor's or graduate degrees in fields other than business.
The GCBA program is designed for professionals without undergraduate degrees in business who are seeking to advance their careers, or to strengthen their foundation in business administration. A practical tool-kit for immediate, sustained success on the job or in business, it also serves as excellent preparation for an MBA program.
Foundational coursework in core business disciplines is taught by the distinguished faculty of CSUN's David Nazarian College of Business and Economics, one of the nation's largest colleges of business. It includes actual MBA-level courses in Finance/Accounting, Management, Marketing, Accounting, Business Law, and Economics.
The one-year, six-course program features
The program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), providing students the opportunity to pursue the next level of education, if desired. For those students who seek to earn the MBA at CSUN, the GMAT requirement is waived if a "B" or better is earned in each course.
As required by federal law, Gainful Employment Disclosure is provided for the Graduate Certificate in Business Administration program.