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California Pacific University Bachelor of Business Administration

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Bachelor of Business Administration (B. B. A. ) Degree Program

The California Pacific University Bachelor of Business Administration program is a bachelor degree completion program. It is designed to prepare mature students with appropriate acceptable college transfer credits for positions of leadership in their chosen professions and to meet the challenges of personal development. Approximately one year of college transfer credits (30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours) is required for admission to the program.

Master of Business Administration (M. B. A. )

California Pacific University offers the M. B. A. Program to qualified men and women who seek to advance their careers in management by acquiring a working knowledge of sophisticated analytical and quantitative techniques for the solution of management problems. A bachelor's degree or its equivalent from an accredited or state approved college or university is required for admission to the M. B. A. Program.

Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Administration (M. B. A)

The University offers the M. B. A. in Healthcare Administration to qualified men and women who seek to advance their careers in healthcare management by acquiring a working knowledge of sophisticated analytical and quantitative techniques for the solution of management problems in the administration of healthcare facilities. A bachelor's degree or its equivalent from an accredited or state approved college or university is required for admission to the program.

Master of Arts in Management and Human Behavior (M. A. )

The Master of Arts in Management and Human Behavior is designed for those involved in the management of public or private agencies; human resources, health care administration, or public administration. A bachelor's degree or its equivalent from an accredited or state approved college or university is required for admission.

Master of Arts in Management and Healthcare Administration (M. A. )

The Master of Arts in Healthcare Administration is designed for those involved in the management of public or private healthcare agencies; human resource management, hospital administration, or public or private social service agency administration. The program is designed to educate students in health services administration and management. A bachelor's degree or its equivalent from an accredited or state approved college or university is required for admission.

The Doctor of Business Administration (D. B. A. ) Degree Program

The Doctor of Business Administration program is designed to provide advanced courses in management for the successful executive in business, government, labor unions, the military, and non-profit organizations. It is not designed for the pursuit of a career in teaching. Admission to the Doctor of Business Administration program requires a master's degree in business administration or management from either an accredited or state approved college or university.

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D. ) in Management

The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D. ) program includes course work and a research oriented dissertation. Candidates choosing not to pursue the research oriented route, pursue course work and a non-research oriented project, and earn the professional degree of Doctor of Business Administration (D. B. A. ) instead of the Doctor of Philosophy ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

A Master's degree from an accredited or Council Approved College or University is required for Admission to all Doctoral level programs.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Candidates for the Doctor of Philosophy Degree will complete one hundred and twenty-five (125) quarter hours of post baccalaureate studies and prepare a Doctoral Dissertation under the supervision of a committee of three California Pacific University Faculty members. The candidate will present the completed dissertation to the faculty committee for oral review and final acceptance. Contact:

California Pacific University

1017 East Grand Avenue

Escondido CA 92025
www.cpu.edu Tel:

800  458-9667/

Tel:

760  739-7730
Contact:



California Pacific University

1017 East Grand Avenue

Escondido CA 92025


www.cpu.edu

Tel:

800  458-9667/



Tel:

760  739-7730