GGU’s MBA Program Redesigned for Continued Student Success

For more than half a century, GGU has offered an accredited MBA program for the working professional looking to achieve their career goals without changing their schedule. Our in-person courses held at our downtown San Francisco campus, online courses and the ability to combine the two allow students the flexibility to complete their degree on their terms.

This fall, Ageno is proud to announce our newly redesigned MBA program will launch. The program will prepare graduates to demonstrate a general management “holistic” perspective, master the application of analytic processes and acquire other pertinent skills necessary to lead in today’s complex business world.

The surrounding downtown area


MBA students may choose from 14 concentrations that include Business Data Analytics, Project Management and Public Relations. To ensure students are able to gain an in-depth understanding of their area of focus, class sizes average 15 students and are taught by industry experienced professionals. Students come from more than 50 countries exposing all to various cultural backgrounds and building the skill of engaging with international teams.

Students studying in the GGU Cafe

Want to learn more?

For those interested in joining our growing 70,000+ alumni community, Ageno invites you to attend our MBA Open House Thursday, May 12th from 5:30 -7 pm in person or online. Our MBA Director Mike Cheng and other esteemed faculty will lead an overview of our MBA program as well our Executive MBA program designed for the more experienced professional. The event will include dinner, an opportunity to speak with faculty and staff to learn more about our available resources and networking with the GGU community.


If you are not located locally, plan to virtually attend our upcoming EMBA/MBA webinar Wednesday, April 20th at 12 PM PST for extensive program information and an application fee waiver code.

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