MBA in Global Sustainable Management Program Fees

Affordable Pay-As-You-Learn System: Pay for only one course at a time, or receive a 10% discount on tuition by paying 100% of your program fees at the time you enroll.

Application and Registration Fees
Application Fee
(Non-refundable after 7 days)
$ 75
Registration Fee
(Non-refundable after 7 days)
$100
STRF Fee* (non-refundable, CA residents only) $   8
Per Course Fees
Tuition Fee
($375 per credit x three credits)
$1,125/course taken
Records Fee $ 200 / term
Per Course Fee Total: $1,325
Additional Fees
Transfer Credit Fee $ 75/course (Optional)
Original Transcript No cost
Each Additional Transcript Copy $ 25
End of Program Fees
Replacement Diploma $ 200 (Optional) 
Replacement Cover $ 75 (Optional)
Course Completion Letter $ 35 (optional)
Degree Program Total $16,075*

 

*The list of tuition fees does not include textbook fees. Textbooks average approximately $150 - $200 per course.

*Assumes completion in twelve terms.

Note: Anaheim University makes certain provisions in order to provide access to library resources and library services for all students enrolled directly through Anaheim University. However, students enrolled in Anaheim University’s online graduate degree programs are required to have an additional reserve fund to be used for the purchase of journals and research - materials that will aid them in their studies by providing information specific to their unique areas of interest and research - and to provide access to software and other resources that may help them in the completion of their studies. The research reserve fund is $1,500 for masters students to be used over the duration of their program. Students are not required to spend the entire research fund - only that amount necessary in order to carry out their research.

The above itemizes all of the fees and charges for which the student is responsible. The refund policy may be found in the Policies & Procedures section.

*Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF):The Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF) is administered by the California BPPE and applies only to California residents. The STRF fee is currently fifty cents ($.50) per one thousand dollars ($1,000) of institutional charges The State of California established the Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF) to relieve or mitigate economic loss suffered by a student in an educational program at a qualifying institution, who is or was a California resident while enrolled, or was enrolled in a residency program, if the student enrolled in the institution, prepaid tuition, and suffered an economic loss. Unless relieved of the obligation to do so, you must pay the state imposed assessment for the STRF, or it must be paid on your behalf, if you are a student in an educational program, who is a California resident, or are enrolled in a residency program, and prepay all or part of your tuition.You are not eligible for protection from the STRF and you are not required to pay the STRF assessment, if you are not a California resident, or are not enrolled in a residency program.

Each course is US $1,125 for tuition excluding books, materials and other costs listed above. Students must pay the required tuition fee prior to commencing their next course. The student is not required to pay this tuition fee until the student wishes to register for his or her next course.

Tuition may be paid on a course-by-course basis.

Students interested in inquiring about non-interest bearing monthly payment plan options should e-mail registrar @ anaheim.edu

Students who pay all program fees at one time are eligible for a 10% discount on tuition.

Students may make payment by check, credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover), money order or bank transfer (the student is responsible for any transactions fees imposed by the institution). 

Please e-mail registrar @ anaheim.edu for information on how to make payments.

US Military:  Anaheim University's programs are approved for VA benefits.

MBA in Sustainable Management Course Schedule 2021

Live online webcam seminars are 120 minutes; the first hour is led by an expert speaker and the final hour is for professor-led discussion. All times are California/Pacific Time. Please note the schedule is subject to change.

Graduate Certificate students choose any 3 out of the 10 courses offered in the International Business program.

Term Term Dates Courses Offered Live Online Webcam Seminar Dates
8 November 2 -
December 13, 2020
BUS 520 International Human Resource Management TBA  
1 January 4 -
Feb 14, 2021
BUS 560 International Finance
BUS 615 Sustainable Management Capstone
Jan 15, Feb 5 
2 February 15 -
March 28, 2021
BUS 510 International Economics Feb 26, Mar 19
3 March 29 -
May 9, 2021
BUS 535 Triple Bottom Line Accountability and Management Apr 9 and 30
4 May 10 -
June 20, 2021
BUS 542 International Business Law and Practice May 21, Jun 11
5 June 21 -
August 1, 2021
BUS 530 International Accounting Jul 2 and 23
6 August 2 -
September 12, 2021
ENT 580 Entrepreneurial Strategy Aug 13, Sep 3
7 September 20 -
October 31, 2021
BUS 545 Green Marketing and Environmental Product Design
BUS 572 Seminar in International Business
Oct 1 and 22
8 November 1 -
December 12, 2021
BUS 540 International Marketing Nov 12, Dec 3

All online class times are California/Pacific Time. Please note that California observes Daylight Savings Time each year from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November.

StephenMason"The experience and point of views shared by other students was a highlight, as was the majority of our lecturers, the content was amazing – but the best thing was the program design. It allowed for deep digestion of the content, enabled critical thinking to flourish (rather than rote regurgitation), and thankfully allowed the freedom to relate the material to real world problems and interests that were close to my heart." – The Duke of Edinburgh Victoria Executive Officer Stephen Mason

Kisho Kurokawa Green Institute

The AU Online MBA in Global Sustainable Management (Green MBA) is comprised of 12 intensive 6-week courses. Complete 6 core courses, 4 specialized sustainable management courses (including the required Sustainable Management Capstone Course at the end of your program), 1 elective international business course and 1 elective entrepreneurship course. The program can be completed in 18 months from anywhere in the world.

Core Courses
BUS 510 International Economics 3 units
BUS 520 International Human Resource Mgmt 3 units
BUS 530 International Accounting 3 units
BUS 540 International Marketing 3 units
BUS 550 International Management 3 units
BUS 560 International Finance 3 units
Specialized Courses (choose 3 of 4, plus the required Sustainable Management Capstone course)
BUS 535 Triple Bottom Line Accountability and Management 3 units
BUS 545 Green Marketing and Environmental Product Design / Recycling 3 units
BUS 555 Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics 3 units
BUS 565 Sustainable Enterprise Development and Leadership 3 units
BUS 615 Sustainable Management Capstone Course 3 units
Elective Course (Choose 1 International Business course)
BUS 570 Intercultural Communications 3 units
BUS 575 Supply Chain Management 3 units
BUS 542 International Business Law 3 units
BUS 572 Seminar in International Business 3 units
Elective Course (Choose 1 Entrepreneurship course)
ENT 500 Entrepreneurial Innovation 3 units
ENT 540 Entrepreneurial Forecasting and Planning 3 units
ENT 560 Intellectual Property 3 units
ENT 580 Entrepreneurial Strategy 3 units
  TOTAL UNITS 36 units

Robert Robertson, Ph.D.

Dr. Robertson Robert Robertson, Ph.D.

Dean, Akio Morita School of Business

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Kwok Shum, Ph.D.

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Associate Dean, Akio Morita School of Business
Director, Kisho Kurokawa Green Institute
Professor

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Andrew E. Honeycutt, DBA

Andrew E. Honeycutt, DBA Andrew E. Honeycutt, DBA

President, Anaheim University
Professor

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William Hartley Ph.D.

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President Emeritus
Professor

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Caryn Callahan, Ph.D.

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Senior Professor

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Carlos Aquino, Ph.D.

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Professor

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Michael Aubry, DBA

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Professor

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Bari Courts, Ph.D.

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Professor

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Robert Diotalevi, J.D.

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Professor

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Howard Frederick, Ph.D.

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Professor

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Mariah Jeffery, Ph.D., CSCP

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Professor

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Tamara Myatt, Ph.D.

Dr. Tamara Myatt
Tamara Myatt, Ph.D.

Professor

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Patricia Ray, J.D.

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Professor

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Stavros Sindakis, Ph.D.

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Professor

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Barbara Son, Ph.D.

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Professor

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Michael Sutton, Ph.D.

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Professor

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John Wang, Ph.D.

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Professor

Dr. John Wang received a scholarship award to completed his Ph.D. in Business Administration at Temple University in 1990, after earning his M.S. in Systems Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology. In addition to serving as a professor in the Anaheim University Akio Morita School of Business, Dr. John Wang is a professor in the Department of Information and Decision Sciences at Montclair State University. Dr. Wang received his tenure in 1997 and was promoted to full professor in 2000. Professor Wang has published over 100 refereed papers and six books. He has served as session chair...

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Sara Willox, Ph.D.

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Professor

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Jim Carland, Ph.D.

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Carland Entrepreneurship Institute Director Emeritus

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JoAnn Carland, Ph.D. (1946-2013)

JoAnn CarlandJoAnn Carland, Ph.D.

Carland Entrepreneurship Institute Director Emeritus

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Chris Raymond

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Professor

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In 1996, after five years in London, Dr. Raymond moved to Bangkok, Thailand, where he worked as a senior financial analyst and chief economist. In 2009, Dr. Dr. Raymond left the private sector and returned to academics, first in Thailand, and later in Cambodia. Dr. Raymond has been at the American University of Phnom Penh (AUPP) since 2015, teaching courses in finance, accounting, economics and statistics.

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"Having completed the [Sustainable Management] program, I can attest that it was even better than I had anticipated.” – Southern California Edison (SCE) Sr. Principal Advisor, Strategy and Sustainability Craig Reiter

People, Planet & Prosperity

  • Learn the fundamentals of Business Administration through 6 core courses in:
    • International Marketing
    • International Management
    • International Human Resource Management
    • International Accounting
    • International Finance
    • International Economics
  • Complete 3 of 4 specialized courses in Sustainable Management, plus the required Sustainable Management Capstone Course at the end of the program:
    • Sustainable Enterprise Development and Leadership
    • Triple Bottom Line Accountability and Management
    • Green Marketing and Environmental Product Design/Recycling
    • Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics
    • Sustainable Management Capstone Course
  • Choose 1 elective course in International Business:
    • Seminar in International Business
    • International Business Law
    • Intercultural Communications
    • Supply Chain Management
  • Choose 1 elective course in Entrepreneurship:
    • Entrepreneurial Forecasting and Planning
    • Entrepreneurial Innovation
    • Entrepreneurial Strategy
    • Intellectual Property
  • The final course of the MBA in Global Sustainable Management program is the Sustainable Management capstone, which serves as the culmination of the program. For this capstone requirement, students learn how to develop a management plan for sustainability; evaluate how to find appropriate ways to impact systems; and perform analysis of systems and create a vision for the future.