The UC Davis MBA program’s Integrated Management Project (IMP) is the capstone course, teaming up students who put their collective business skills and knowledge to work on a 10-week strategic project for sponsor companies ranging from Fortune 500 firms to Silicon Valley startups.
An MBA is rewarding financially, personally, and professionally. Earning an MBA can open new doors and lead you on a career path you may not have even thought possible. Learn how a UC Davis MBA builds value beyond the money.
“I’m directly contributing to Tesla’s mission to revolutionize multiple industries toward a sustainable future, by providing creative approaches to solving problems. My UC Davis MBA prepared me well for this challenge.”
“I am able to immediately apply my classroom education to day-to-day decisions at work. Now I’m a more data- and process-driven contributor. I’ve learned how to collaborate better in teams, effectively negotiate with stakeholders and—most importantly—manage time.”
“So when I start at KPMG, I can communicate with a client from the get-go and I know I might be better prepared than someone who can’t communicate quite as well. We are learning how to communicate in different ways.”
“It’s exciting to be a leader at one of the nation’s largest credit unions, bringing value to our members across California and giving back to the Sacramento region as we help Golden 1 Center become a reality.”
“From world-class professors, to classmates who became team partners and close friends, to the unparalleled extracurricular activities, the UC Davis MBA program is an incredible experience–and has opened doors to some fascinating opportunities.”
“MBA students today need to understand the information and technology ecosystem. They need to understand how it can and will transform the fields they go in to in some cases overnight. They also need to understand how these transformations creates opportunity as well as risk.”
“A major consideration for us in choosing the Graduate School of Management was the small-town feel and the family-friendly culture. We had to make a lot of adjustments, given my previous career in the military, moving from out of state and the fact that our son was born during the first week of orientation.”
“At Mars I had the chance to contribute to a major corporation as it develops business models that link profit and social/environmental benefit. I’m proud to be at the forefront of a movement that sees opportunity, rather than risk, in emerging food markets.”