Earning your MBA could be closer and more affordable than you think!
Antioch University is proud to have formed a partnership with UC San Diego Extension allowing students who have completed the Sustainable Business Practices Certificate to transfer that experience into Antioch University’s online Master of Business Administration (MBA) removing duplicate coursework, saving students time and money to complete their graduate degree.
Antioch University’s online MBA prepares students to thrive in a dynamic, diverse, and innovative world where business acumen, leadership ability, and practical application are critically important–and marketable–skills. The 33-semester-credit program can be completed in under two years – and when transferring 10 credits into the program, the completion time becomes just over 18 months. Most students work full time while going to school.
Antioch’s first president, Horace Mann, was a nationally-known abolitionist and social reformer. Antioch was an early adopter of progressive and innovative education – a philosophy that resonates today. Antioch University has continued its commitment to progress by providing learner-centered education and empowering students with the knowledge and skills to lead meaningful lives and to advance social, economic, and environmental justice. Antioch graduates build and lead organizations that enrich people, support the planet, and drive prosperous, sustainable economies globally.
Through a partnership, UC San Diego Extension students who complete the Sustainable Business Practices certificate can transfer their certificate credits into the Antioch online MBA program as a 10-semester credit block. The credits will be applied toward the self-designed concentration in the MBA degree.
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