The Eberhardt School of Business is fully accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. The $2.5 million Eberhardt Student Investment Fund, a dedicated Career Management Center, top-rated faculty, classes with high faculty and student interaction, state-of-the-art classroom technology, and the experiential learning opportunities are among the many reasons to choose the Eberhardt School.
In the Eberhardt School, you'll find more here and professors will know your name. Named as a Princeton Review's "296 Best Business Schools," our MBA program provides students with an unmatched personalized experience-based learning environment. The 16-month MBA accelerated full-time program also offers joint degree options in Law, Pharmacy and PeaceCorps. Our undergraduate programs offer distinctive concentrations within the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and non-business majors can choose from three flexible minor programs in Management, Business Administration and Information Systems.
A new Master of Accounting and a new Bachelor of Science in Accounting will be launched in August, 2013, building on the excellent reputation of Pacific's existing accounting and business programs. The new degrees will not only meet California's new requirements that accounting professionals have a minimum of 150 hours of education before qualifying for a CPA license but are also designed for any accounting career. Under the new programs, students will complete 30 hours of graduate courses in accounting and related business studies to earn a master's degree. The new bachelor's degree requires completion of 128 hours. Students can streamline the process by earning the bachelor's and master's simultaneously in the new 5-year, 150 hour program.
The Eberhardt School is well-known for its centers and institutes which include the Business Forecasting Center, Center for Entrepreneurship, Westgate Center for Leadership and Management Development and Institute for Family Business.