Pepperdine MBA

Pepperdine MBA refers to the MBA degree programs conducted by the Graziadio School of Business and Management, affiliated to the Pepperdine University.

Pepperdine University is a private educational establishment which is located at Malibu, California USA. Pepperdine University has many other Colleges and Schools under its fold apart from the Graziadio School of Business and Management, such as the School of Law, School of Public Policy and the Seaver College.

Graziadio School of Business and Management was established in the year 1969 and is named after entrepreneur George L Graziadio Jr. George Graziadio is the founder of the Imperial Bank. The School of Business and Management is accredited by AACSB.

Graziadio School of Business and Management has campuses in Malibu, Southern California and international campuses in London, Paris, Tokyo, Brisbane, Madrid, Florence, Buenos Aires, Johannesburg, Heidelberg, Lausanne, Chiang Mai and Hong Kong. The School of Business and Management has nearly 2000 students for its degree programs and approximately 30000 alumni base around the globe.

Pepperdine MBA programs include – full time MBA, International MBA, Evening & weekend MBA, Joint Bachelor’s and MBA (MBAJ) program, Executive MBA, Presidential and Key Executive MBA program and many joint MBA programs. Full time MBA degree programs include the one year MBA and two years MBA degree program and are offered at the Malibu Campus.

Classes are scheduled mostly during the daytime and the course begins during the fall session. For the one year MBA degree program, the applicant should have minimum three years of work experience and for two years MBA, the candidates should have minimum one year work experience. International MBA is a full time program offered at the Malibu campus as well as in countries in Asia, Latin America and Europe.

International MBA students can also request for a double degree from other universities in Germany, France and Mexico. For part time students, Pepperdine offers the fully employed MBA program that allows candidates to work full time and still study for the course at campuses such as Irvine, Encino, Westlake Village and West LA. The program duration ranges from a minimum period of two years to maximum 7 years.

Classes are scheduled during weekends and evenings. Students are required to have minimum two years of working experience to join this course. Another part time program is the Joint Bachelor’s and MBA program aimed at graduates of Pepperdine University’s BS in management program.

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