About SBM

Ronald Jewe, Associate DeanThe School of Business and Management at Azusa Pacific University offers three outstanding graduate degree programs: the Master of Business Administration (MBA), the Master of Business Management (MBM), and the Master of Professional Accountancy (MAcc).

Designed around a 42-unit curriculum, our MBA program covers everything from economics to finance, management to international business. Our goal is to provide an in-depth education experience that utilizes classroom discussion and case-study methodology, allowing for review and learning around real business challenges.

Today’s challenging business environment increases the demand for business executives who understand the constantly changing nature of business and how organizations must adapt in order to maintain their competitive advantage. Because of this, our 39-unit MBM degree equips executives with the skills necessary to manage, develop, and lead organizations.

Our MAcc program equips skilled, ethical leaders for the accounting profession. A rigorous curriculum prepares students for the CPA exam, and the MAcc builds on practical experience and emphasizes job placement for graduates. Students in this 30-unit program master the core competencies of accounting professionals while developing the research skills and character needed to solve complex problems.

Finally, our MBA, MBM, and MAcc programs include the vital aspect of addressing the spiritual nature of humankind, as our professors integrate their Christian faith into the learning experience. This offers a holistic learning experience that goes beyond the classroom. Our graduate faculty members are outstanding scholars and business professionals who bring many years of business experience to the classroom. This yields business professionals who are well-rounded and better prepared to engage the world of business and commerce with all the knowledge and tools they will need to lead their organizations.

We would be delighted to have you join any of our graduate programs.

Associate Dean School of Business and Management
Note: This information is current for the 2017-18 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.