> Business Schools
The University of California's schools of management
are among the world's leading producers of new ideas and knowledge
for all areas of business and provide cutting-edge management education.
These schools offer a variety of business degree programs as well
as related studies in concert with other programs such as law, engineering,
medicine, environmental science and agriculture.
More than 3,500 students graduate from these programs
each year with an MBA and other degrees, with training in areas
such as accounting, finance, management, health management, information
technology, marketing, information systems management, real estate,
business economics, human resources and organizational behavior, environmental management, production and operations management.
Programs for both full-time students and working professionals are
- Haas School of Business
School of Management
Irvine - Paul Merage School of Business
- The Anderson School
- A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management
San Diego - Rady School of
- Donald Bren School of Environmental
Science and Management
Cruz - Baskin School of Engineering,
Technology and Information Management
Keeping California Competitive (annual report profiles)
Berkeley's Institute of Management, Innovation and Organization,
founded in 1961, explores interdisciplinary approaches to the problems
of management, technology, organization, law and public policy.
Reflecting a multi-disciplinary approach to environmental problem-solving,
Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
at Santa Barbara offers courses in business and law and provides
business students from all of UC business schools an opportunity
to develop an MBA emphasis in Corporate Environmental Management.