Overview

Graduation Requirements, Curriculum and Concentrations

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 in fall 2011.

If you have questions about an individual course, please check the course syllabus and/or contact the professor directly.

If you have questions about the applicability of a certain course to your goals, please contact either Associate Dean Kim Elsbach or graduate adviser, Professor David Bunch.

Requirements for Graduation

  • Complete the appropriate required courses (see below).
  • Students must successfully complete a total of 72 units.
  • Students must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better.
  • No more than 6 units total of Group/Independent Study (298/299) can be counted toward the 72-unit requirement.
  • If a student waives or tests out of a core course, additional elective coursework to replace the units.
  • A candidacy form (2 pages), must be submitted by the appropriate quarterly deadline.
  • Complete at least six quarters in residence at UC Davis.

Required Core Courses

Areas of Concentration

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:

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Required Core Courses
Use the Table of Contents to Find Your Required Course Information

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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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Areas of Concentration
Curriculum and Concentrations

We have strengthened our internationally ranked UC Davis MBA program with a new, innovative curriculum that further integrates globalization, responsible business ethics and sustainability. Below is more information about each of the academic concentrations offered at the Graduate School of Management.

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