The Graduate school of Business, a part of CBS system, offers MBA and non-degree executive programs.
The School offers two MBA programs, CAU-Global MBA and CAU-Leader MBA, to train managers with global perspectives and practical skills.
The curriculum emphasizes balance between theory and practice to nurture business leaders who can compete in the global market.
The admission to all MBA programs at CBS depends on the results of two separate screening processes; document screening and in-depth interview.
For document screening, students are required to submit undergraduate graduation certificates and transcript, proof of English fluency, proof of employment, references, and a statement of purpose explaining personal experiences and study plans. Those who are successful in passing document screening are invited to an in-depth interview in which intensive consultation by CBS faculty members is conducted.
The objective of CAU-Global MBA program is to train business leaders and managers with global competency. The program consists of three concentrations: CAU-Fudan, CAU-Fudan&Finance, and CAU-Finance. CAU-Fudan MBA is a dual degree program jointly operated with Fudan University in China. Students spend the first year at Chung-Ang University taking core business courses of 24 credit hours and then move to Fudan University to take various courses in Chinese economy and business. Upon successful completion of study in Korea and China, student will be awarded two master degrees, MBA from CBS and Master of Science in Economics from Fudan University.
CAU-Fudan&Finance MBA has the same structure as CAU-Fudan MBA, with the exception of students taking courses in finance and accounting rather than core business courses at CBS. Students admitted to the CAU-Finance MBA program spend two years at CBS and are required to take at least 45 credits to be awarded the MBA degree. They take core business courses in the first year with students in the CAU-Fudan MBA program, then study advanced and applied topics in the finance area in the second year.
CAU-Leader MBA is an evening/weekend MBA program offered to part-time students. Students are required to successfully complete at least 45 credits from core and applied courses.
CBS provides four concentration areas to help students acquire expertise necessary to accomplish career success in each area: Marketing Communication, Media and Entertainment, Financial Information and Asset Management, and General Management.