How it works

How it Works

The MBA Online Global Track allows you to complete your program from anywhere in the world while on the go.

How it works

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About the MBA Online Global Track

  • Each term is 6 weeks in length, and you may enroll in new courses every 6 weeks.
  • Enroll in 1 course, several courses, or the entire MBA program.
  • Complete one course every 6 weeks. The final 4 courses can be completed by completing 2 courses in the same term, allowing you to complete the MBA program in 1 year.
  • Complete all 10 courses and earn your Master of Business Administration degree through the Anaheim University Akio Morita School of Business.

MBA Online Global Track

  • Data Analysis
  • Global Economics
  • Human Resource Management
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Marketing
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Strategic Planning and Management
  • IT Management
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Managerial Finance

Text Books

text books

Online Discussion Forum

Daily free-time class discussion

Team Project

Complete team project in 3 to 4 member group

Research Project

Develop critical thinking skills through the Final Individual Project which can be focused on your own company or professional situation

Case Study

Case Study

Reading Assignment

Reading Assignment Sample:NASCAR: The Prince of NASCAR (Case 3-1,pp. 12-1: 12-5, [Sec.A of text, following p. 437: Business Week Cases.
Submit answers to the following questions:

  • Briefly describe the antitrust suit alleging that the Frances unfairly use their control over NASCAR to favor ISC.
  • Who are the stakeholders in the debate surrounding the anti-trust suit?

Course Schedule & Evaluation Structure

  • During each 6-week term you will be evaluated on your participation in the daily online discussion forum, two 60 minute real-time online classes, an Internet Research Assignment, a team project, and a final individual project
  • Through the Online Discussion Forum, discuss questions regarding your readings with your professor and fellow students around the world
  • At the end of the 1st and 4th weeks, join the two 60-minute real-time online classes
  • Develop valuable teamwork skills through a collaborative team project
  • Discussion questions and assignments can be tailored to your personal project or work situation
  • What you learn today can be used in your job tomorrow

MBA Program Objectives

The 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.

At the end of the program, students will demonstrate:

MBA Program Objectives
  • Skills of leadership, teamwork and supervision

  • Effective oral and written communication, presentation, and critical thinking skills

  • An ability to think critically and creatively within a global business context

  • A heightened sense of ethical considerations in decision-making within the business world

  • An understanding of the body of knowledge in the functional areas of business

  • An in-depth understanding of the functional fields of business and their interrelationships in complex organizations

  • An understanding of and ability to use technology as a tool of effective management

  • Mastery of the analytical tools for decision making in a business world of complex business issues and problems

  • An ability to use applied quantitative and behavioral tools of business analysis and decision making
The objectives are accomplished by a curriculum that includes instruction in the following core areas:

  • financial reporting, analysis and markets,
  • domestic and global economic environments of organizations,
  • creation and distribution of goods and services, and
  • human behavior in organizations