Full-time MBA Students

Full-time MBA in Accounting

Accounting is often referred to as the language and the foundation of business. This concentration will not only provide students the conceptual understanding and technical competence for a career in professional accounting, but also foster leadership roles and facilitate advancement within private industries, governments, public accounting, or not-for-profit organizations.

Mihaylo is one of only five schools in California that is accredited by AACSB International for both our business administration and accounting programs. This distinction gives our graduates an incredible advantage when launching or progressing their careers. The success of our graduates have positioned Mihaylo to be a preferred recruiting school for the big four accounting firms, as well as all of the regional accounting firms in Southern California.

Concentration Electives

In addition to the core foundation curriculum, students individualize their program with a concentration, made up of four elective courses. To view a list of approved electives that students in this concentration are currently taking, please refer to our Concentration Elective Approval Sheet.

Program Requirements

For further information regarding the MBA foundation courses and program requirements, please visit our MBA Core Curriculum page.

Admissions and General Questions
If you have questions regarding admissions, application procedures or general information about the MBA and Graduate Programs, please contact a Recruitment Specialist at:

Office of MBA and Graduate Programs: (657) 278-3622

MBA and FEMBA Programs
mba@fullerton.edu

Other Masters Programs
mcbe_gradprograms@fullerton.edu



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