I am pleased to share with you the results of U.S. News & World Reports’s latest graduate business school rankings. For the 17th consecutive year, our Full-Time MBA program has been ranked among the nation’s best, this year among the top 8% at No. 36 following a record jump up last year.
Most notably, our part-time MBA offered in Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area climbed 13 positions to No. 19, putting it among the top 6% of AACSB International-accredited programs. Below are more details and a link to the rankings.
One of the longest serving faculty members, Professor Paul Griffin has been at the Graduate School of Management since 1981. He talks about teaching at the School, the student experience and how it translates to the business world. “Business is not about individual cultures and all that. It’s about economic growth and prosperity. That’s what we’re here for: to learn about that and understand how to make the world a better place.”
Professor Prasad Naik discusses how research and teaching complement each other, where students benefit from his research and he benefits from their ideas, input and feedback. “What I teach I bring it back into my research; what I research I bring it back into the classroom. Research and teaching are two sides of the same coin.”
Professor Prasad Naik shares how research and teaching are complementary. He says, “What I teach I bring it back into my research; what I research I bring it back into the classroom. Research and teaching are two sides of the same coin.”
The health care field is one of the most rapidly-growing in the US, and the need for leadership at all levels within the industry is increasing. We invite you to join us for a brown-bag lunch session at the Sacramento Education Building, and learn how the UC Davis MBA Program in Sacramento can help accelerate your career.
All candidates who attend this session will qualify to have their Fall 2012 UC Davis MBA application fee waived.
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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.