Students who have passed business foundation courses can sign up for graduate level courses in finance and marketing as early as August. Students who take two classes per seven-week term will be able to earn an MBA with a management concentration by mid-August of the next year. This program is among the shortest in the San Francisco Bay Area and the most affordable.
HNU is committed to improving graduates’ career outcomes by providing an optimum educational environment:
- Evening and weekend classes provide working professionals the flexibility to balance the demands of work life and family while acquiring sophisticated business skills that will advance their careers.
- A convenient student experience with free and ample parking, free use of library services, and free pool and gym privileges.
- Study centers such as the Technology Support Center, the Career and Wellness Center, the Learning and Tutoring Center; business support services and much more.
As a private university, HNU has elected to waive requirements for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) and the Graduate Requirement Exam (GRE) (student transcripts are used for evaluation).
Test the waters. Potential students are invited to attend a class before registering to get a sense of what the class is like, to understand the classroom environment, and to get to know the professor & classmates.
According to Payscale.com's 2014-2015 College Salary Report, studies have shown MBA's earn $10,000 to $30,000 more per year than their undergraduate counterparts. That can be up to $1,000,000 over a career.