A evening MBA program designed to meet the needs of the North Bay working professional.
Sonoma State's evening MBA will equip you with business tools and strategies to deliver results in today's transformational economy. Newly re-designed, it will teach you not just how to read financial statements, but how to apply that information to make decisions and shape strategy. Not just the principles of marketing but how to develop a brand, deliver transformational customer experiences and integrate marketing communication across numerous outlets. Not just business strategies but innovation, entrepreneurship, and building a learning organization.
The new evening MBA is organized around a 4-3-2-1 model: four core courses; three theme areas; two electives; and one capstone course.
Three theme areas - International Business and Global Issues, Leadership and Ethics, and Contemporary Business Issues - allow you to choose your career emphasis.
Inside and outside of the classroom, students gain access to the deep knowledge of our regional business partners, to the activities of the North Bay iHub to cultivate innovation and entrepreneurship, and to career support services.
Evening classes are designed to easily fit into your busy schedule; small class sizes allow for you to make personal connections with your classmates; and professional instructors are driven to help you reach your future business goals.
Wine Business MBA
Located in the heart of California's wine country, we offer a unique learning experience. The core of the program is the same with the opportunity to emphasize in wine industry issues within the three theme areas. Topics include wine industry compliance and law, sustainability in the wine hospitality industry, global wine business, global marketing strategies, international supply chain management, marketing and sales strategies for wine, hospitality and wine tourism management.
Take the next step towards your MBA.
- Access a complete MBA program description.
- Read about our graduate admission requirements and process.
- Contact us with your questions:
Shalyn Eyer, Graduate Programs Coordinator - (707) 664-2260