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Under a unique collaboration with the International Business School of Austria (IBSA) in Graz, Austria, California Lutheran University's School of Management offers its MBA for Experienced Professionals program to students from Central and Eastern Europe. The program is designed to meet the needs of working professionals with busy schedules who want to enjoy a first-class US business education while keeping up with the demands of their careers.
Students in the program take a combination of online and weekend compressed courses, all instructed by our top faculty members. At the end of the program, students participate in a two-week immersion program in California, during which they finish some coursework, visit companies, have discussions with top US-Executives, and participate in social activities. In the past, we have visited companies such as Amgen, Cheesecake Factory, DW Drum Workshop, Jafra Cosmetics, Limoneira, and Trader Joe’s, to name only a few. At the end of the two-week program, students participate in our annual graduation banquet and graduate at California Lutheran University’s Graduate Commencement.
To date, students in the program have come from a variety of countries including Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Portugal, Spain, Russia. Many of them have worked for some of the largest domestic and international corporations in Austria including Austria Microsystems, AVL, Baxter, BMW, Dun & Bradstreet, Flextronics, IBM, Infineon, Magna Steyr, Novartis, OeBB, PwC, RHI, Roche, Sappi, Siemens, Voest Alpine, and others.
(Domestic) MBA students studying primarily in the United States, can take select (weekend compressed) courses in Austria on an individual basis.
Combination of online and on location format in Vienna, Graz, and Linz, Austria
Cohort program including weekend compressed courses in Austria and online classes
Top tier faculty
All courses are instructed by full-time, part-time, or visiting faculty members.
The School of Management at Cal Lutheran is home to a distinguished international faculty who are broadly experienced in a wide array of global private- and public-sector professional environments.
The faculty maintain close and practical contact with business, industry, and government.
There is something in the DNA here at Cal Lutheran — this school does a much better job of creating personal relationships between students and professors. You really get a sense that they want to help you succeed.
G. Ty Flemming