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The general concentration provides students the knowledge to excel in a wide variety of business disciplines, and builds a solid foundation sought after by many corporations when fulfilling managerial and executive positions. By diversifying their skill set, Mihaylo graduates are able to manage real-life business situations across a multitude of industries. The flexible curriculum allows students to increase their expertise in areas such as: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Information Systems and Decision Science, Management, and Marketing. The breadth of knowledge gained in this concentration will widen the range of entry level positions for students as well as promote advancement within their respective careers.
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.
For further information regarding the MBA foundation courses and program requirements, please visit our MBA Core Curriculum page.
Curriculum and Career Advising
To access the university catalog, please visit www.fullerton.edu/catalog. For more information regarding curriculum content or career opportunities, please contact the specified Career Path Advisorfor your intended program.
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
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