To better meet the evolving management education needs of our students, the UC Davis Graduate School of Management faculty modified our MBA degree requirements for graduation. All students enrolling in fall 2011 and after must complete the IMPACT core option. All students enrolling in fall 2010 must complete the 9-core course option. Students who enrolled in the MBA program in fall 2009 or earlier may complete their degree under either 6-core/3-breadth or 8-core option.
If you have questions about an individual course, please check the course syllabus and/or contact the professor directly.
You have the option to pursue a general management study or to choose a functional concentration guided by a suggested series of elective courses. Most students choose functional concentrations such as:
Complete the Independent Study form, have the sponsoring faculty member and the GSM Graduate Advisor sign it, and submit it at least three weeks prior to the start of the quarter. We must request a CRN from the Office of the University Registrar which will take several days to receive.
Group study students need to submit all forms as one packet complete with all signatures for the entire group. Do not submit forms individually for a group project.
Find the Required Courses for your Year Via the Table of Contents Above:
To better meet the evolving management education needs of our students, the UC Davis GSM faculty modified our MBA degree requirements for graduation. All students enrolling in fall 2011 must complete the IMPACT core option.
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