Sacramento Part-time MBA Program
University of the Pacific's Eberhardt School of Business is thrilled to announce a major new addition to their graduate-level academic programs with the launch of the Sacramento Part-time MBA program.
The Sacramento Part-time MBA is a graduate-level program that consists of 36-semester units taught over the course of 24 months. This new part-time, accelerated Master of Business Administration program will give students the opportunity to pursue a University of the Pacific MBA in a convenient, hybrid format with both in-person and online components.
Pacific's part-time MBA program not only provides students with next-level skills and advanced leadership expertise but also includes an optional concentration in the rapidly-changing field of healthcare management. The Healthcare Management concentration includes courses in Healthcare Services Management, Health Insurance and Finance, Health Information Systems, Healthcare Law, International Healthcare Systems, Healthcare Economics.
Students in the Sacramento Part-time MBA program will attend class at the Pacific Sacramento campus on two weekday evenings.
- Completed online application (including two essays)
- Bachelor's degree from a regionally-accredited college or university
- Five years of work experience (preferred)
- Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended
- Two letters of recommendation
- Official GMAT scores*
Please mail all documents to:
Knoles Hall, Room 207B
University of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211-0110
For more information about the Sacramento Part-time MBA program, please contact David Harris or 916.733.2817.
The Eberhardt School of Business Admissions Committee encourages all graduate program applicants to take the GMAT. Applicants to the Sacramento MBA program who have at least five years of professional experience in a management or management-track position may petition for a GMAT waiver. Applicants who have terminal degrees such as JD, MD, Ph.D., or DDS are not required to provide a GMAT score. To be considered for a GMAT test score waiver, or to substitute another test score such as the LSAT or GRE for the GMAT, prospective students should speak with a representative from the email@example.com.