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Business Analytics

Big data has altered the way businesses operate, from marketing and supply chains, to competitive strategy and human resources. The Business Analytics Program integrates STEM perspective into business education and analysis and prepares students to thrive as an innovative leader in the digital economy. The program is designed to create high-performance professionals with the perspective to ask the right business questions, the knowledge to deploy the right data science tools, and the managerial excellence to lead organizational change.

Business Administration (MBA)

The UC Davis MBA program merges teaching excellence and pioneering research to prepare globally aware, agile leaders who are committed to making a positive impact on the world. The values and principles of social and environmental responsibility and diversity are woven into the very fabric of the school's tight-knit community. Led by internationally recognized faculty, the small class sizes foster camaraderie and close collaboration. The school offers a full-time MBA program in Davis, and part-time M.B.A. programs in Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area.

Accountancy (MPAc)

Through this program, students gain advanced knowledge of the responsibilities and ethics in the accounting profession, as well as an understanding of the accountancy standards that apply to U.S., international, and publicly traded firms as necessary for CPA licensure. The program starts with a Meet the Firms event, a valuable opportunity to network with representatives from diverse accounting firms and companies to gain insight into the best potential match for your professional goals.

Technology Management

The Graduate School of Management offers a minor in Technology Management to undergraduate students. This minor complements students’ undergraduate studies with courses in the ways in which engineering and science-based industrial enterprises manage and use knowledge from science, engineering and technology. The minor also provides students with business and management skills that should enable them to use their engineering and science education more effectively in a technology environment.