Welcome to Business @ the Beach!
CBA Open House is scheduled for Saturday, October 4, 2014. The focus of the Open House is to welcome prospective students to CSULB and provide them with information on what CBA offers and an overview of our admission process. Students will learn about CBA programs and requirements from faculty, staff and current students. Participants will learn about the type of professional development and internship opportunities available through the Student Center for Professional Development and a multitude of student organizations. Members of Associated Business Students Organization Council, as well as representatives of campus life and resources will be available to share how students can get involved in activities for career building and professional networking.
The College of Business Administration at California State University, Long Beach lays the groundwork for career success through our excellent programs. The CBA is the home of great people, great programs and great results, and by becoming part of the CBA, you will be positioning yourself to accomplish your career goals armed with solid business education.
The CBA is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB). Of the more than 13,000 business schools worldwide, only 681 institutions hold this prestigious accreditation. AACSB standards involve the academic and professional qualifications of our faculty and the achievement of learning goals for our students. We are committed to excellence in education, and our accreditation is a testimony to the hard work and dedication of our faculty and staff.
Our mission is to graduate highly valued, ethical business professionals prepared to excel in a dynamic global business environment. Our core values are to engage, execute and excel, and by joining us, you will receive the knowledge and skills that will equip you for the competitive world of business.
I invite you to connect with us as we prepare future business leaders for California, the nation, and the world.
Michael E. Solt
Dean, College of Business Administration