An international business professional with more than 30 years of experience, Stephen M. Timms leads as vice president of strategic programs at International Golden Group. Stephen M. Timms holds a master of business administration in international business from California State University, Northridge (CSUN), which now offers an evening MBA program.
Designed to accommodate working professionals, the evening MBA program at CSUN Nazarian College of Business uniquely combines lecture, class discussion, and analysis. With an emphasis on experiential learning, the program engages students in group activities that focus on business cases and current business articles. Students also have the opportunity to share their ideas with both professors and peers.
The program requires students to take eight core courses, and those without an undergraduate business degree may have to take 15 credits of foundational courses. Students also choose three electives on a wide variety of topics, from finance and management to marketing and international business.
Students finish their MBA program with a culminating experience, such as the CSUN Nazarian MBA Consulting Project. During this project, students work collaboratively with a client organization to create a business or marketing plan or undertake a feasibility study. To learn more about CSUN business programs, visit www.csun.edu/busgrad.