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About the UC Davis Graduate School of Management

Dedicated to preparing innovative leaders for global impact, the UC Davis Graduate School of Management is consistently ranked among the premier business schools in the United States and internationally. U.S.News & World Report’s most recent ranking places UC Davis among the top 9 percent of full-time MBA programs and among the top 7 percent of part-time MBA programs in the U.S., the 18th consecutive year among the nation’s best. The Economist ranks the School No. 1 in the world for the diversity of corporate recruiters seeking our MBA graduates. The School is the fastest-rising U.S.business school in Forbes’ 2013 ranking of full-time MBA program, jumping 22 places.

The School’s interactive and collaborative learning environment is distinguished by globally visible faculty members renowned for their research and teaching, entrepreneurial students, and a bold and innovative MBA curriculum that further integrates globalization, responsible business ethics and sustainability.

With prime locations in Northern California’s economic hubs, the School teaches nearly 530 students in a full-time MBA at the UC Davis campus, and part-time MBA programs in Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area. The School also offers a Master of Professional Accountancy program, and accounting courses for undergraduates and a specialized Undergraduate Technology Management Minor program.

The School offers custom and open enrollment executive education programs as well as many strategic opportunities for corporations, executives and entrepreneurs to connect, partner and develop talent. Centers of Excellence include the Center for Investor Welfare and Corporate Responsibility, the UC Davis Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and within it, the Sustainable AgTech Innovation Center.

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