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Graduates of the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics have advanced education in front-line operations such as supply-chain, inventory, product quality management, business ethics and law. In addition, they have acquired knowledge, skills, and abilities in human resources, marketing, accounting, organizational development, employee-labor relations, and other related aspects.
Mihaylo graduates are not only knowledgeable of overseeing and conducting the internal and external operations of a company, but they have developed superb leadership skills and qualities. Mihaylo graduates are visionary, always motivating and inspiring their employees to achieve the company’s organizational goals. They see the organization as the team, keeping morale and energy high as well as maintaining performance efficiency. Mihaylo graduates can be found in a wide array of leadership and upper management positions in medium to large companies as well as top level positions at a corporation.
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
MBA and FEMBA Programs
Other Masters Programs