University of San Diego School of Business Administration is accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International. This school’s accreditation led to reviews and rankings which include it being ranked 26 in the Best Executive Education for its Part-Time MBA Programs, ranked 21 for Best MBA Programs for Social Responsibility, ranked 28 in Business week’s Best Undergraduate B-Schools for its Undergraduate Business Programs, and ranked 4 in The Princeton Review Best Business Schools edition for its Campus Environment.
The School of Business Administration caters to online classes. This online program provides a blended approach to learning. With a variety of online degrees and online courses to choose from, students are given the education that they deserve. Online classes don’t only make learning convenient but students are given the opportunity to interact with their instructors and classmates in a flexible, user friendly manner. Online programs include Graduate Programs in Accountancy, Real Estate, Supply Chain Management, Taxation, and Business Leadership while Undergraduate Programs include Economics, International Business, Marketing, Finance, and Real Estate.
Admissions vary on Undergraduate, Graduate, School of Law, and Summer and Intersession applicants. Tuition for school year 2010-2011 costs $36950 for full-time students, $1275 per unit for part-time students. Financial Aid includes scholarships given by the university itself namely Undergraduate Merit Scholarships, Diversity Scholarships, Dean’s Graduate Merit Scholars, Athletic, USD Endowed and Yearly Scholarships, Bishop Maher Catholic Leadership Scholarship, Christian Ministry Scholarship, and other College and Schools Scholarship Opportunities. Other forms of aid are student employment and loans such as the Direct Stafford Loan, Direct Graduate PLUS Loan, and the Direct Parent PLUS Loan.