Our mission is to educate current and future leaders to be globally responsible, professionally-skilled, ethically principled, socially responsible, and personally fulfilled.
Offered in Moraga, San Ramon, Santa Clara or part-time online, Saint Mary's College of California's Executive MBA Program allows you to earn a well-respected MBA degree in just 18 months —while continuing your career.
Saint Mary’s Executive MBA program develops responsible leaders for the global marketplace, providing experienced business professionals with a flexible and intimate learning environment. Surrounded by a classroom of accomplished participants and educated practitioners the atmosphere is interactive, collaborative, and designed to stimulate critical thinking and engage dynamic discussion.
Combine classroom and digital technology to enhance your experience.
Our innovative Hybrid Executive MBA program raises the bar for Executive MBA education. Unlike traditional online programs, Saint Mary's Hybrid Executive MBA Program combines traditional classroom learning with emerging technologies, giving you the right combination of convenience, flexibility, and personal attention. Led by an industry leader in innovative education, Dr. Barry Eckhouse, the Hybrid Executive MBA Program allows you to balance MBA classes with business, travel or home obligations. You'll earn the same well-respected MBA degree as participants in our face-to-face classes —with more flexibility. This program combines traditional Moraga campus sessions on alternate Saturdays with live, web-based class sessions on Monday and Wednesday evenings. You can participate in the evening sessions, which last about 90 minutes, anywhere you can access the Internet. Check out the virtual tour.
- SEBA Recognizes Faculty and Staff
- Executive Speakers Discuss Technology Trends and Global Competitiveness
- 100 Years of Good Work – $10,000 Chevron Gift Honors SMC Alumnus Clay McElroy ’34
- Professor Nancy Lam Wins SEBA’s Teaching Innovation Grant 2013-14
- SEBA Finance Professors Present Findings on Constructing and Balancing Investor Portfolios