“I also like the 1-year MBA part-time program… which is faster than other MBA courses”

Radius Widjaja
Senior Business Planning Specialist

Duration: 12 months
Intake: July 2014
Delivery: Weekend & Online Classes

Program Highlights


  • AACSB accreditation – top 5% business schools worldwide
  • No GMAT, no dissertation
  • 100% coursework (no exam)
  • Taught by top faculty from California State
  • $5000 study grant
  • Over 2.6 million international alumni
  • 60% PIC grant applicable for company sponsored participants
  • Specializations available: International Management & IT Management
  • Excellent networking opportunities among within SE Asia region


Program Benefits

  • Tailored for Busy Executives & Professionals Flexible weekend classes.
  • Be What You Want No pre-requisite for students from non-related backgrounds seeking mid-career switches.


12 Modules (8 core + 4 elective)

Core modules:

  • Managerial Accounting (IMBA210A)
  • Global Corporate Finance (IMBA211)
  • Leadership & Change Management (IMBA212)
  • Marketing Management (IMBA213)
  • Statistical Decision Making (IMBA214)
  • Information Technology Management (IMBA215)
  • Human Resources Management (IMBA216)
  • Business Law & Legal Environment (IMBA217)


4 elective modules delivered via online lectures:

International Management Specialization:

  • Comparative International Management
  • Multinational Corporate Management
  • Global Supply Chain Management
  • Project Management


IT Management Specialization:

  • IT Resource Management
  • Enterprise IT Management
  • Strategic IT Management
  • IT Project Management
  • IT Leadership
Why CSU (California State University)


  • America’s largest AACSB accredited business school, one of the best graduate schools in the world
  • Tap into an international network of more than 2.6 million alumni which is the nation’s largest university system
  • Successful track record in Asia
  • Accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (Recognized by the Public Service Commission of Singapore for employment in public sectors)
  • Ranked #125 nation-wide by ‘U.S. News & World Report 2013-14’
Distinguished Faculty


Professor Andrey Mikhailitchenko – DBA, Cleveland State University

Dr. Mikhailitchenko has more than 15 years of practical business experience in international trade across U.S., China, and Russia. Also fluent in Chinese, he is highly experienced in business negotiations with international partners, cross-cultural marketing and managing personnel with diverse cultural background. He was also engaged in numerous consulting projects in international trade, textile and medical industries.


Professor Amy Mickel – PhD, University of Washington

Professor Mickel holds a PhD University of Washington and graduated from University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa. As the Professor of Organizational Development, Professor Mickel has extensive consultancy experience with the State of California across a broad range of research and development projects.


Professor Anne Fuller – PhD, Georgia Institue Of Technology

Dr. Anne Fuller has a PhD in strategy & entrepreneurship and over 15 years of work experience at a Fortune100 firm. Her experience spans all phases of product and business development such as managing P&Ls of businesses with more than $500M annually; international experience in Europe and Latin America and a founding general manager in mainland China.

Admission Criteria


You will be assessed based on experience, aptitude, potential and managerial skills. Enrolment is limited and participants are chosen based on your ability to contribute unique experiences to the cohort-learning environment.


Admission selection factors include:

  • GMAT is required for applicants with no full-time work experience
  • A recognized undergraduate degree with minimum 3 years work experience or
  • A good diploma from a recognized institution plus minimum 5 years management experience; mature candidates with exceptional professional or business achievements but do not possess these requirements may be considered on a case-by-case basis.