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MBA Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara MBA Admissions

Application Periods:

Domestic students

Summer & Fall 2016: Open to start prerequisites only - request one-page application
Spring 2017: August 1 - November 1
Fall 2017: January 1 - May 1

International students

Spring 2017: August 1 - November 1, 2016
Fall 2017: October 1, 2016 - May 1, 2017

Find your Admission Route

Routes I-III are available only for the Santa Barbara MBA.  Route IV is available in Santa Barbara and Thousand Oaks.

How to apply to the Santa Barbara MBA Program

1.) Attend an MBA Information Session (recommended) and email transcripts and resume to melissa.whitacre@csuci.edu for Preliminary Evaluation

2.) Review the SB MBA application checklist (PDF, 114.2 KB)

3.) Review the Fees Schedule and Deadlines (PDF, 149.2 KB)

4.)  Schedule your GMAT test date (if applicable) and Attend a CI GMAT Prep Course (next in-person courses are offered in March and August 2016)

5.) Apply through CSU Mentor during the application period and file FAFSA

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6.) Submit a COMPLETE DOCUMENT PACKET with Cover Page (PDF, 72.1 KB) to our Extended University office at:

CSU Channel Islands Extended University
Sage Hall 2109
One University Drive
Camarillo, CA 93012

Piece-by-piece application documents will not be accepted.

For information contact Melissa Whitacre. For application status, please contact  Emma Battles.



For domestic students:

Melissa Whitacre, MBA

Marketing Specialist
T (805) 437-2748

 For international students:

Edith Ramos
T (805) 437-3107

Program Directors:

Dr. William Cordeiro 
Director of MBA Program
Dual degree MBA 
T (805) 437-8860


Dr. Janet Egiziano
Associate Director, MBA
Director, Thousand Oaks Campus
T (805) 497-3791

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