Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2019

Don't miss our upcoming application deadline of May 15. Apply now to begin classes in August 2019. For information, please call (415) 422-2221 or email management@usfca.edu

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Your Life, Your Schedule, Your MBA

The Part-Time MBA degree is designed to transform your career while you’re working — providing key skills and new perspectives you’ll immediately put into place back at the office.

And our convenient location at 101 Howard Street in downtown San Francisco is just steps from BART, Caltrain, and the Transbay Transit Center. Your MBA has never been closer. 

Your life is unique. The University of San Francisco Part-Time MBA is flexible because you need it to be.

For busy professionals, flexibility in your degree program is key—and the Part-Time MBA is structured to support your success by allowing you the flexibility to finish within two to five years.

You can take just one class at a time, or take a session off without issue and resume your studies at the University of San Francisco School of Management when the timing is right for you.

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New 2017 Curriculum for a more Personalized Education

The USF School of Management integrates San Francisco Bay Area advantages into its academic programs, with an eye toward market demands.

Meanwhile, the USF MBA emphasizes real-world experience, such as internships with local industry mentors, all of whom are grounded in the SF Bay Area’s culture of innovation — and who trust in the University of San Francisco's reputation for ethical leadership and values-based learning.

Like the full-time program, the USF Part-Time MBA provides options when selecting your studies, so you can align your coursework with your individual interests and career aspirations. Choose from career specializations in accounting, finance, marketing, data analysis, ethics, applied economics, and leadership.