Santa Clara University's Evening MBA has served the Silicon Valley working professional since the early days of the semiconductor industry as one of the oldest part-time MBA programs in the U.S. You'll run into SCU business school alumni working industry giants such as Cisco, Oracle, Apple, Google, and Yahoo, as well as in start-ups and regional companies and local government -- some 25,000 strong.
To succeed in today's workplace, you need broad exposure to business knowledge, depth in key functions, and the ability to work collaboratively, and often virtually — and study in the Evening MBA at Santa Clara University will help you achieve these.
Beginning Fall 2013, a newly revised curriculum and program structure gives Evening MBA students coursework that integrates with other courses across disciplines. Developed in consultation with Silicon Valley executives, the new concentrations (now a required component of the Evening MBA) are focused with specific career paths in mind.
In addition, new structure for the Evening MBA provides more opportunity to build strong networks among working professionals in Silicon Valley. See more about the Evening MBA curriculum here »
Each student is required to select a concentration within the Evening MBA program. These focused courses are related to a number of career options, providing depth as well as breadth for your degree. To learn more about the concentrations currently offered, see the course list here »