Welcome to the academic resources section for the UC Davis Sacramento MBA program. Browse through the options to find various incoming student information including: textbooks and text paks, facility information for the Davis Campus, links to GSM IT support, campus email account details, and more.
If you are having difficulty with your coursework, your first step is to talk with your instructor. He or she can recommend additional resources, provide guidance on what additional work you can do, and possibly identify a tutor to help you master the course material.
If you need additional help, please contact your program manager or Director of Academic and Student Services, Kathy Gleed. They can help you with finding a tutor and provide additional resources for your courses.
To better meet the evolving management education needs of our students, the UC Davis Graduate School of Management faculty modified MBA degree requirements for graduation. All students enrolling in fall 2011 and after must complete the IMPACT core option.
If you have questions about an individual course, please check the course syllabus and/or contact the professor directly.
4 weeks after the end of the quarter
All grades are confirmed and your name is included on the final degree list sent to the Office of the University Registrar. We confirm with you at this time your name was on the final degree list. If you need to print letters for employer reimbursement, you should do so immediately since your access will be cancelled within 10 days of receiving an email confirming degree requirements have been met.
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(Davis, CA) — The UC Davis Graduate School of Management’s full-time MBA program has been ranked among the top six percent of AACSB International-accredited programs nationwide, according to U.S. News & World Report’s latest graduate business school rankings released today.