MBA in Sustainable Management Course Schedule 2024

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 4 Sustainable Management courses.

Term Term Dates Courses Offered Live Online Webcam Seminar Dates
1 January 2, 2024 -
February 12, 2024

DBA 635 Transforming Systems Through Adaptive Leadership

DBA 850 Dissertation

January 12, February 2
2 February 12, 2024 -
March 24, 2024

BUS 615 Sustainable Management Capstone

BUS 610 International Business Capstone

February 23, March 15
3 March 25, 2024 -
May 5, 2024

BUS 530 International Accounting

April 5, April 26
4 May 6, 2024 -
June 16, 2024

BUS 540 International Marketing

May 17, June 7
5 June 17 -
July 28, 2024

BUS 550 International Management

June 18, July 19
6 Aug 5 -
September 15, 2024

BUS 560 International Finance

August 16, September 6
7 September 16 -
October 27, 2024

BUS 535 Triple Bottom Line Accountability and Management

September 27, October 18
8 October 28 -
December 8, 2024

BUS 545 Green Marketing & Environmental Product Design

November 8, November 29

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.

An application for a Sustainable Management MBA must include the following:

    • Application form
    • Application fee ($75)
    • One recent color photograph (digital is okay)
    • A scan of a current, government-issued photo ID
    • Current resume
    • Official undergraduate transcripts from an accredited institution recognized by the US Department of Education and/or CHEA, or by the government of the country in which the degree was awarded, in a sealed envelope from the awarding institution with an overall GPA of no less than 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or equivalent from non-USA Institutions.
      ( Note:  If the university does not routinely issue transcripts in English, original language records must be submitted with official English translations. We will accept translations issued by the university or by the following professional translation services: Accredited Language Services; Berlitz; Liaison Linguistics; Josef Silny & Associates; American Evaluation & Translation Services (AETS); and Education Evaluators International. Translations must be exact and complete versions of the original records.)

Non-native English speakers must demonstrate college-level proficiency by providing original documentation in one of the following ways:

  • Degree from an accredited institution where English is the primary language of instruction.
  • Transcript from an accredited institution indicating completion of at least 30 semester hours of credit where the language of instruction was English (“B” average)
  • Transcript from an accredited institution indicating a “B” or higher in an English composition class.
  • A minimum TOEFL score of 530 PBT / 197 CBT/ 71 iBT.
  • A minimum TOEIC score of 800.
  • A minimum IELTS score of 6.5.
  • A minimum PTE (Pearson Test of English Academic Score Report) of 50.
  • A minimum BULATS Level 3 (60), accepted only for Cultura Inglesa in Brazil.
  • A minimum grade of Level 3 on the ACT COMPASS’s English as a Second Language Placement Test.
  • A minimum grade of Pre-1 on the Eiken English Proficiency Exam.
  • A minimum B2 English proficiency level identified within the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) Standards and assessed through various ESOL examinations, including the University of Cambridge.

Once your application materials have been approved, you will need to submit an Enrollment Agreement and tuition payment to complete the enrollment process.

Internet Access: All students are required to have access to a computer equipped with Internet access capabilities.

Entrance Examination: There is no entrance examination required for admission to Anaheim University.

Transfer Credits: Anaheim University will accept up to two graduate semester classes or 6 units awarded by another institution toward a Masters in Entrepreneurship; International MBA, Diploma or Certificate; and Sustainable Management MBA, Diploma or Certificate at Anaheim University. The entering student will be required to clearly demonstrate the equivalency of a transfer course through relevant documents (syllabus, catalog, course outline) and justify its acceptance through petition. No course will be considered for transfer with a grade lower than a “B” or its equivalent. Petitions are directed to the specific Dean for the affected program. There is a fee of $75 per course of credit transferred, and the overall program cost will be adjusted to reflect credit for the approved class(es). All petitions for transfer credit must be submitted as part of the student’s initial application to the University. Credits awarded as part of another degree will not be accepted for transfer.

Prior Experiential Credit: Anaheim University will not extend experiential credit to any student.

We currently do not accept students who reside in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Wyoming due to regulatory matters. For more information, please call our Vice President of Administrative Affairs at 714-772-3330

People Planet and ProfitThe MBA in Global Sustainable Management trains its students in communication skills, the use of technology as a tool of effective management, ethics, analytical skills and the functional fields of business, leadership, teamwork and supervision, and the so-called “three Ps” of people, profit and planet. This Green MBA program prepares graduates to be global business leaders who will contribute to the development of sound economic and public policy in a globally competitive world.

Upon successful completion of the MBA in Global Sustainable Management program, students will be able to:

 

  • Discuss current conceptual and theoretical models, issues, and concerns in international business administration;
  • Describe current practices, issues, and concerns in international business administration;
  • Shift their thinking from managing the internal aspects and direct linkages of the corporation to assuming broader responsibilities for the entire enterprise which includes the practices of suppliers and their suppliers, customers and their customers, stakeholders, and those who dispose of or recycle/refurbish a product at the end of its useful life;
  • Articulate the vision of the triple bottom line to business stakeholders and conduct triple bottom line audits and reorganizations;
  • Systematically investigate sustainable marketing issues in the context of environmental impact in both a domestic and an international context;?
  • Develop a shift in paradigm of business thinking as a means of establishing sustainable marketing strategies;
  • Outline an approach to sustainability for small companies and for governmental and nongovernmental organizations;
  • Evaluate business issues within the context of ethics and social sustainability, and specify the kinds of laws, regulations and professional rules that bear on ethical decision-making;
  • Describe the purpose and benefits of strategic planning in order to keep a corporation on its path to sustainability
 

MBA in Global Sustainable Management Program Fees

Affordable Pay-As-You-Learn System: Pay for only one course at a time.

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) $ 40
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 two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) 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 transaction fees imposed by the institution). 

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

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.