Lifelong Learning Program for Alumni
You've earned your MBA, but are hungry for more. Update your skills and knowledge through MBA Plus – a new program that offers alumni the opportunity to take additional business classes in our Fully Employed MBA program at a substantial discount.
Earn an MBA Concentration
MBA alumni who wish to strengthen or re-position their career opportunities may choose to complete a set of courses and earn an MBA concentration in the following fields of study:
- Business Analytics
- Digital Innovation and Information Systems
- Entertainment, Media, and Sports Management
- General Business Administration
- Global Business
- Leadership and Managing Organization Change
Those who successfully complete all courses associated with a concentration will receive a certificate from the Graziadio School.
Discount and Class Availability
Through MBA Plus, Graziadio School MBA graduates will receive a 75% discount on tuition for the first 4 units and a 25% discount on additional units taken per academic year. Classes are offered on a space available basis at our three graduate campus locations - Calabasas, Irvine, and West LA.
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- Courses are offered through MBA Plus on a space available basis. Applying to the program does not guarantee a spot in the class.
- MBA Plus is available to alumni who graduated from any MBA program at the Graziadio School (Full-time MBA, International MBA, JD/MBA, MBA/MPP, Fully Employed MBA, Executive MBA, or Presidents and Key Executives MBA).
- Alumni will appear on the course roster and receive a grade, which will be posted to his or her transcript.
- Alumni will participate fully in the course as a student and must adhere to the course attendance policy, complete all assignments, examinations, and team projects.
- Alumni who wish to complete a concentration who have not completed the MBA core course associated with that concentration within the past seven years, or did not receive a minimum grade of "B" in the course, may be required to take/retake the core course.
- Students taking courses in the MBA Plus Program do not qualify for federal financial