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MBA student Daniel Student reflects on formulating a foundational values statement as a collaborative leader.
With spring quarter around the corner, Dean H. Rao Unnava shares our Big 3 stories for the month: Ignite Conference fuels tomorrow’s entrepreneurs, Food & Ag Industry Immersion grows talent and our top 50 MBA ranking by U.S. News.
With the growing popularity and application of cloud solutions, our M.S. in Business Analytics program offered a free prep course for Amazon Web Service certification. Student Yushun Li blogs about the “wonderful opportunity that I was able to capitalize on.”
Visiting UC Davis from his native Chile, alumnus Tiago Cavagnaro MBA 10 reflects on how he continues to build his food and ag industry network though campus and alumni connections.
UC Davis MBA students are abroad this week in Japan for the 2019 International Study Trip. Follow their travels and tours of global businesses on Instagram.
Leadership “More an Art than a Science”
Executive-in-Residence Paul Bianchi shares 25+ years high-tech experience with students
Q&A with Executive-in-Residence Paul Bianchi, a successful human capital executive and consultant who brings over 25 years of high-tech leadership experience at NeXT, Apple, Ask Jeeves, PeopleSoft and Illumina.
The Hackathon offers a platform to put data analytics skills into play in crunch time. MSBA student Ines He and her classmates are organizing the hack, which is open to graduate students from across Northern California.
MSBA student Malavika Kursup’s team is collaborating with nonprofit Angel Flight West to optimize their volunteer pilots and flights that offer free air travel to those with serious medical conditions.
Pursing a part-time MBA is a life-changing decision with many considerations—and benefits. We understand the commitment. We want to help you with support to take that first step and start your MBA journey at UC Davis.
UC Davis Full-Time MBA Ranked among Best in U.S. for 24th Year
Part-Time MBA Rises to No. 28 Overall, Top 20 at Public Universities
Our Full-Time MBA ranks in the top 50 for the 24th consecutive year, and our Part-Time MBA rises four slots to No. 28 in U.S. News & World Report’s latest graduate business school rankings.
MBA student Patrick Rosenberg blogs about the Food and Agriculture Industry Immersion and teaming up on live case studies presented by HM.CLAUSE, E. & J. Gallo Winery, McKinsey & Co., Coca-Cola and more.
You may be eligible for a GMAT/GRE waiver for our nationally-ranked Part-Time MBA program offered in Sacramento and the Bay Area.
Despite the female appearance and personalities of many robots, their creators are predominantly male. Research by UC Davis Professor Kimberly Elsbach explores why AI is more likely to associate women with domestic tasks.
“We felt transformed into consultants capable of delivering on deadline,” MSBA student Abhinav Chatterji says after his team’s four-day coding sprint and presentation to executives at Engage3, their practicum client.
A Silicon Valley semiconductor industry marketing executive for more than 20 years shares valuable advice and the growth in tech management opportunities for MBA graduates across every sector.
Top Industries for MBAs: Going Beyond Traditional Tech
Learn what opportunities await for MBAs in non-traditional tech
For MBA graduates, the tech industry offers many opportunities in finance, marketing, product management and strategy, just to list a few. Learn what opportunities await for MBAs in non-traditional tech.
UC Davis Graduate School of Management Recognized as Top Military Friendly School
Supporting Students on Active Duty and Veterans
We’ve been named a top 2019-2020 Military Friendly® School by militaryfriendly.com. We’re proud of our student veterans and their achievements inside and outside the classroom.
We’re thrilled to see 100% career placement of U.S. eligible UC Davis MPAc Class of 2018 alumni (as reported 6-months post-graduation). The final deadline to apply for the incoming Fall 2019 class is April 24.
Bringing a Military Mindset to Business Analytics
MSBA student William Gao transitions to grad school
MSBA student Jing Jing interviews classmate William Gao about his experience transitioning from serving in the military to becoming a graduate student.
After meeting with Mike Faith, CEO of Headsets.com, MSBA student Sheel Vora shares lessons learned about the importance of authentic customer service.