The Dean’s Student Advisory Council (DSAC) works to ensure that Sacramento students are represented to the Dean and administration. The DSAC also helps plan social events for students and helps connect students in all three MBA programs and alumni. The committee also assists the GSM in recruiting students to participate in a variety of school-wide events including seminars and activities.
The council is comprised of Working Professional MBA students appointed by the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs. The council provides a framework for incorporating student ideas into the MBA program, networking with alumni, engaging in philanthropic activities, and coordinating extracurricular activities.
The Bay Area Finance Association (BAFA) is the student finance club at the University of California, Davis Graduate School of Management (GSM) Bay Area Program. BAFA is comprised of current part-time candidates at the San Ramon GSM campus. We provide a student based learning environment that allows an open exchange of ideas in a broad array of categories related to finance.
The mission of Women in Leadership (WiL) is to serve the Graduate School of Management and the greater Davis and Northern California communities through professional and social activities dedicated to educating and empowering women leaders in all forms of organizations, and exploring the role of women in positions of leadership.
We are a student run club that organizes volunteering and fundraising events for our community partners: The Special Olympics of Northern California, the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Sacramento and Team Davis.
We invite you to get involved with our club’s many activities targeted at enriching your knowledge, network of contacts, and experience at UC Davis. Our goal is to increase members’ knowledge of marketing and to provide additional career exposure for the marketing concentration. We achieve these goals through speakers in the marketing field, site visits to local companies, and participation in marketing case analysis.
This network of emerging business leaders is committed to using the power of business to create a better world. NI offers programs to help its members broaden their business education, refine their leadership skills, and pursue their professional goals, while building their network. The UC Davis chapter has been recognized by the national organization for both its high level of participation and its innovation.
The ASM provides the framework for incorporating student ideas into the MBA program, networking with alumni, engaging in philanthropic activities, and coordinating extracurricular and social events. Its mission is to enhance the value of students’ experience by creating a collaborative community that facilitates academic, social and professional growth while building a reputation for innovation and excellence.
Big Bang! is the annual UC Davis Business Plan Competition organized by MBA students of the Graduate School of Management. The goal of the contest is to promote entrepreneurship at UC Davis and the region supported by the University.
The Bay Area is home to one of the largest biotechnology and healthcare hubs in the world. Biotechnology and healthcare are complex industries to navigate and require a fundamental balance of science, business, and social responsibility. Our mission focuses efforts and skills on the business of biotechnology and healthcare by creating student leadership that proactively participates in the promotion of industry activities, educational forums, and entrepreneurship..
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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.