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Sophia Armstrong JD/MBA 20 reflects on how pursuing a joint degree allows her to look at business issues through a different, yet complimentary lens.
MPAc Curriculum Updated to Stay Ahead of the Curve
Redesigned MPAc courses reflect strong grounding in accounting fundamentals
We’ve redesigned our MPAc course offerings to reflect a strong grounding in accounting fundamentals, as well as providing several specific skill-sets vital to the long-term success of practicing accountants.
By recognizing how emotions can lead them astray, investors can take steps to protect themselves from their worst impulses. Avoid the temptation to trade often, says Professor Brad Barber.
2nd UC Davis Data Hackathon Kicks Off
Sunrun and Barco will pose challenges for 24-hour analytics contest in April
The data hackathon organized by MSBA students launched in San Francisco with a workshop series to prepare for the 24-hour analytics competition in April.
10 Tips to Get the Most from Your MBA Consulting Project
Set realistic expectations for you and your team to succeed together
MBA student Laudan Yavari says having a plan to collaborate with teammates on the Integrated Management Project pays big dividends for delivering solutions to clients.
Our Senior Director of Admissions Andrea Shaw shares about our MBA student experience, advice on applying and how a culture of collaboration is the foundation of our community.
How to Add Powder and Dirt to Your MBA Degree
World-class skiing and mountain biking add balance to Howard Wu’s MBA life
With snow falling in the nearby Sierras, students enjoy winter sports. “This is the MBA experience I was after and it has become a reality at UC Davis,” writes Howard Wu MBA 18.
What makes TV ads most likable? Marketing Professor Prasad Naik studied viewers’ Facebook comments about Super Bowl TV ads to find out.
We’re partnering with the No. 1 ranked School of Veterinary Medicine on a new certificate program giving veterinarians the opportunity to build a solid business foundation to lead successful private practices.
We’re starting off 2019 on the rise, making the world better for everyone. Have you heard that we’re No. 1 in the U.S. for campus sustainability?
The new ranking is based on five main pillars: institutional resources, student engagement, teaching environment and student outcomes.
How to Build Your Personal Brand
Discover your office persona and set goals for polishing that brand
Collect, reflect and course correct: Three simple steps can improve how colleagues and clients perceive you.
5 Easy Steps to Make Your Data Tell a Story
To influence business decisions with analytics, sharpen your storytelling skills
So you’re a grand master of SQL, Python or R. Now it’s time to explain your analysis.
Navigating Your Post-MBA Career
Find your passion and build some compassion as you grow your network
Navigating your career after earning your MBA is a never-ending process. Alumna Pamela Woo, a rising healthcare leader, reflects on five lessons that led to her success.
Shadowing a Dean: 4 Lessons in Healthcare Leadership
School of Medicine Interim Dean is a case study in how to be influential and successful
Bay Area MBA student Jen Burstedt Correa, a healthcare professional, shares about her campus Job Shadow experience and the value of collaboration and relationships.
An MSBA student, discovering powers he never realized he had, is ready to take flight.
An application engineer applies his MBA skills toward moving the chip giant into a data-centric world.
MSBA Alumna Shares How She Nailed Interviews for Top Tech Firms
Mei Yang’s advice: Overcome rejection to succeed
M.S. in Business Analytics alumna Mei Yang shares five interview tips that helped her land a position at Google.
The Army Wants You to Be Agile and Smart—as an Intrapreneur
MBA student to bring entrepreneurial mindset to military ops
Full-Time MBA student and U.S. Army Captain Anthony Bulaclac plans to bring entrepreneurial mindset to military ops.
Students Outline Bold Vision in Leadership Summit
Student-led collaboration draws five programs together
Students across all four campuses band together as “One GSM” to inspire bold and innovative ideas, says MBA student Matthew Low.