MBA Graduate Don Wang“The format for the online classes allowed students to interact with professors and students from all over the world, and I found myself being more engaged and discussing the issues more deeply than I ever had the chance to do in a face-to-face class. It was challenging, it was fun, and you would meet students from all over the world. It was fantastic to chat with classmates from Japan, Korea, California, Minnesota, Canada, and Pennsylvania at the same time.”- JCU SHANGHAI (Ebara-Udylite Co., Ltd.) General Manager Haoyang (Don) Wang


NissanCarlosGhosnSeminarDSC 1307The objective of the MBA program is to educate and prepare a diverse group of men and women with the knowledge, analytical ability, and management perspectives and skills needed to provide leadership to organizations competing in a world increasingly characterized by diversity in the workforce, rapid technological change, and a fiercely competitive global marketplace. The Anaheim University MBA is designed to prepare students for careers in management and leadership in both the private and public sectors. Students acquire a comprehensive foundation in the fundamentals of business, the global environment in which they will function, and the analytical tools for intelligent decision-making.

Upon completion of the International MBA, students will be able to:

  • Carry out a detailed literature search of international business administration using relevant bibliographical resources from print and online resources.
  • Discuss current conceptual and theoretical models, issues, and concerns in international business administration.
  • Describe current practices, issues, and concerns in international business administration.
  • Apply current business practices to the management of international businesses.
  • Summarize significant differences in business practices in different parts of the world and understand how these differences affect managing companies in various countries.
  • Evaluate and critique business practices in various countries throughout the world to determine the better practices in these countries and how they can be applied to other countries.
  • Devise appropriate strategies for their own ongoing professional development and implementation of these strategies upon successful completion of the International MBA.