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The Full-Time MBA, ranked #68 in full-time programs by Bloomberg Businessweek and #81 nationwide by US News, is designed for early career professionals, preparing them to flourish as future business leaders locally, nationally and globally. Our 21-month program includes concentrations in Finance and Marketing. 

While gaining business expertise in the classroom, Argyros Career Services prepares, challenges and encourages all business students to create their own path towards professional success. All students participate in the Professional Development Program (PDP) to prepare them through active exploration of career assessment, personal brand development and activation, and ongoing career management. PDP is an integrated component of the Full-Time MBA and is offered in conjunction with resources provided by Argyros Career Services. The program will empower students to be confident and competitive candidates in their industry of choice. 

The Full-Time MBA curriculum offers specialty tracks and concentrations within the program.  Each track or concentration identifies a variety of elective courses.  Students may choose one of 10 specialty tracks or they may choose a concentration in Finance or Marketing.      

Students also have opportunities to pursue leadership roles in the MBA Association and Argyros Ambassador programs, attend national conferences and case competitions, and engage with top executives both inside and outside the classroom.

Highlights of the Full-Time MBA program include:

  • Lock-step cohort with daytime courses 
  • Travel course to South America or Scandinavia 
  • Professional Development Program (PDP)
  • Merit scholarship and graduate assistantship opportunities
  • Specialty course tracks and concentrations 

+ - Application Requirements

  • Submit the online application
  • Resume
  • Statement of Intent
  • Official transcript from undergraduate degree granting institution 
    • Send electronically to admtranscript@chapman.edu
    • Send via mail to:
      Chapman University
      Office of Graduate Admissions
      One University Drive
      Orange, CA 92866
  • Official GMAT or GRE score (institution code 4047)
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Interview
  • International applicants must also submit the following:

+ - Course Tracks

Students have an opportunity to pursue a track during the MBA program using only 3 electives.  While the track will not be recorded on the transcript or diploma, it can be referenced on a resume.  Students must meet all prerequisites in order to enroll in a course.  Track areas are as follows:

Content Area

Courses (3 from the following)

Marketing

Marketing Research
New Product Development
International Marketing
Marketing Strategy
Internet & Social Media Marketing
Advertising Management
Statistical Models for Analytics

Corporate Finance

International Finance
Advanced Corporate
Finance Financial Reporting & Analysis
Mergers, Acquisitions & Corporate Restructuring

Investment Management

Investments
Advanced Corporate Finance
Financial Reporting & Analysis
Portfolio Management

Global Business

Building Cross-Cultural Business Competencies
International Business Travel Course
International Finance
International Marketing
International Negotiations & Diplomacy

Entrepreneurship

Managing Entrepreneurial Enterprises
Financing Entrepreneurial Enterprises
New Product Development
Internet & Social Media Marketing
Launching a Business

Information Management

Marketing Research
Information Technology for Sustainable Competitive Advantage
Statistical Models for Analytics
Data Mining

Accounting

Advanced Accounting I - Investments & Consolidations
Advanced Accounting II - Not-for-Profit & International Accounting
Forensic & Fraud Accounting
Advanced Business Law for Accountants

Entertainment & Media Management

Success in Media
Business of the Business or Agents & Managers
Internet & Social Media Marketing
Advertising Management
Conflict & Negotiation

Management

Managing Entrepreneurial Enterprises
Mergers, Acquisitions & Corporate Restructuring
Conflict & Negotiation
Information Technology for Sustainable Competitive Advantage
International Negotiations & Diplomacy
Leadership Theory

Strategy

Marketing Strategy
Mergers, Acquisitions & Corporate Restructuring
Information Technology for Sustainable Competitive Advantage
Statistical Models for Analytics
Leadership Theory

Please visit the Graduate Catalog for course descriptions and prerequisites.  

+ - Sample Program Plan

Term

Courses

Fall

Strategies for Competitive Advantage
Economic Analysis for Business
Accounting and Financial Analysis
Statistics for Business Decisions
Marketing Management
Financial Management

Winter Accounting and Management for Control
Spring Accounting and Management for Control
Operations and Technology Management
Business Analytics
Elective
Fall Understanding the Global Business Environment
3 Electives 
Spring Strategic Management (capstone)
Elective

View course descriptions

+ - Tuition

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For more information, please visit Financing Options

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Application Deadlines

Fall Semester

If you would like to be considered for a merit scholarship, then you are encouraged to apply early. 

Round 1: November 1
Round 2: February 1
Round 3: June 1

Applications received after the final deadline will be considered on a space available basis