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Sbona Honors Graduates Admission to SJSU CMBA Program
Students who successfully complete the Gary J. Sbona Honors program, and satisfy the requirements for graduating with honors, will be admitted directly to the SJSU CMBA program, thus waiving the GMAT requirement, provided they meet the following requirements:
Graduate with Honors from the Sbona Honors Program , which requires the following:
Complete two semesters in the program
Write a scholarly paper
Have 3.5 GPA or higher in their major (all upper division business classes)
However, for CMBA, attain a 3.75 GPA or higher in their major (all upper division business classes)
Eligibility to apply for CMBA extends for two years beyond their graduation date
For the fall 2013 semester, students will have until mid- April, 2013 to apply.
Please visit the Lucas Graduate School of Business (Conventional MBA website) for more details
Sbona Honors Students visited The Tech Museum for a behind-the-scenes tour.
Gary J. Sbona Honors Students visited The Tech Museum for a behind-the-scenes tour. Host Charles Pearson, Director of IT and MIS Honors Grad, gave a presentation on the business of running a museum and a tour of the office areas. The tour also included a visit to the exhibits. Marketing honors student Michael Thompson said after the visit, “There were a lot of great aspects about the tour, but my favorite was certainly the insight on how nonprofit museums function behind the curtain.”
Sbona Honors students visit Google.
Sbona Honors students visit the wind tunnels at NASA.
Pictures from the Sbona Honors students visit to Cisco.
Accounting and Finance Department.
Due to the current budget situation, Bus 127A will be offered in the fall, and Bus 127B will be offered in the spring. Please note that these courses can be taken in any sequence, and can be taken a second time if your schedule requires that you skip a semester. Contact Mr. Bill DeVincenzi for more details (BT 460), or at email@example.com
Management Information Systems.
The honors class is 2 semesters, beginning only in the fall.