Anderson School – UCLA MBA

The Business School affiliated to University of California, Los Angeles is referred to as UCLA Anderson School of Management. Anderson School of Management was established in the year 1935 as a public educational institute.

The MBA program of the School was inaugurated in the year 1939. In the year 1987, John Anderson donated $15 million to the school and as a result the school was renamed Anderson School of Management from Graduate School of Management. The School of Management is consistently ranked high in terms of the following programs – fully employed MBA, Executive MBA and full time MBA.

The School of Management has approximately 1750 students and 350 staff. Anderson School has more than 700 students enrolled in its full time Master of Business Administration programs. The tuition fee for resident students for the full time MBA is approximately $40900 and for non residents it is $48900. These figures are comparatively lesser than the tuition fee charged by other business schools.

The School of Management doesn’t offer any undergraduate degrees in Business Administration, but offers one in business economics. The other academic programs on offer by the Anderson School include – full time MBA, fully employed MBA program (FEMBA), Executive MBA program (EMBA), Global EMBA for Asia Pacific, Global EMBA for the Americas, Master of Financial Engineering, PhD programs and undergraduate minor in accounting. The School also has an Easton Technology Leadership Program.

Fully Employed MBA degree is a three years program for full time working managers. Executive MBA degree is a two years program for mid-level executives who want to further their professional roles.

Global EMBA for Asia Pacific degree is offered by the UCLA Anderson School of Management and National University of Singapore. This program is designed for senior managers who work in multinational companies. The Global EMBA for the Americas is also jointly offered by UCLA and Universidad Adolfo Ibanez Business School and is designed for senior managers.

The concentration choices on offer by the Anderson School of Management include – Accounting, Finance, Global Economics and management, Decisions, Operations and Technology Management, Communications, Media and Entertainment Management, Human resources and OB, Entrepreneurial Studies, Marketing, Real Estate, Policy and Information Systems.

To apply to a UCLA executive education program, candidates can apply online or by fax, mail or using phone. To get more information about Anderson School of Management, visit http://www.anderson.ucla.edu



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