Once you attain your MBA or MSBA from Cal Poly Pomona you are eligible to join our Alumni Association. With over 300 active members, the College of Business Administration Alumni Chapter comprises the largest alumni chapter at Cal Poly Pomona. Our members are some of the most successful people in Southern California and beyond. The CBA Alumni Chapter provides excellent professional and social networking opportunities for its members, including the prestigious Annual MBA Alumni Summit and the exciting Annual Alumni Night at the Ballpark. Our members are actively involved in professional development, mentoring, and community partnerships and are willing to share their expertise with you. Whether you are already at the height of your career or are working your way up the ladder of success, we encourage you to join our esteemed and fun group!
Striking the perfect balance between urban excitement and rural charm, Cal Poly Pomona is nestled in 1,428 rolling acres in the heart of sunny Southern California. With 2,600 faculty and staff to serve 20,000 students, Cal Poly Pomona’s mission is to advance knowledge by linking theory and practice while preparing students for leadership and careers in a multicultural world. The university champions an approach that places learning at the center of every program, course, and activity on campus. Students are afforded opportunities to apply their knowledge through hands-on projects, collaborate with faculty members on research, and participate in valuable internships and service-learning programs.
The Cal Poly Pomona College of Business Administration has earned accreditation from AACSB—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. AACSB is the sole business accrediting agency recognized by the Commission of Recognition of Post-Secondary Accreditation. An AACSB accreditation is the highest accreditation a college of business can achieve and represents an independent verification of the high quality education provided. This quality extends throughout our program encompassing program admissions standards, faculty utilization and curriculum content.
The AACSB accreditation also assures current and prospective employees that Cal Poly Pomona Graduate Business Program graduates come from a program where content and quality have been evaluated and satisfy established standards. In industries located overseas, the need to distinguish between programs is more acute and accreditation is even more valuable. An employer can also be confident that a Cal Poly Pomona Graduate Business student’s course of study includes an understanding of today’s complex business environment.