Featured Business Management Degree Programs

  1. Bachelors in Business Administration from Walden University
  2. Bachelors in Administration and Business Development from Colorado Technical University
  3. Bachelors in Business Administration from Capella University

#1. University of California – Berkeley – Haas School of Business

The university is situated on 1,232 acres on the eastern side of the San Francisco Bay with the central campus occupying 178 acres. The school boasts award-winning faculty including 8 current professors as Nobel Prize winners and 4 Pulitzer Prize winners.  The Haas Business School Administration’s President, Rosetta Guinn, says “Pursuing the Haas business degree will be the best decision you make.” The University of California – Berkeley’s Haas School of Business continuously ranks as one of the best business schools in the nation.

For more information, please visit the University of California – Berkeley/Haas School of Business’ website at  http://www.haas.berkeley.edu/

 University of California – Berkeley statistics:

Acceptance Rate: 25.6%

Student Demographics: 35,893 students enrolled with 25,774 being undergraduates

Student to Faculty Ratio: 17 to 1


#2. University of California – Los Angeles  – Anderson School of Business

The Anderson School of Business offers MBA and PhD degrees with an undergraduate minor in accounting and is one of the leading business schools in the world.

For more information, please visit the University of California – Los Angeles/Anderson School of Business’ website at  http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/

University of California – Los Angeles Statistics:

Acceptance Rate: 22%

Student Demographics: 39,945 enrolled with 27,941 being undergraduates, 55% Female, 45% Male

Student to Faculty Ratio: 16 to 1

Campus Life: With 94% of freshman living on campus, there is a multitude of activities and events to keep your interests peaked.  From recreation centers to palm-tree terraces, from wood-fired pizzas to classic American favorites, the campus of UCLA is packed with choices for their students to eat, to study and to meet. Not to mention, UCLA campus is bordered by Bel Air, Brentwood, and Beverly Hills.

#3. University of California – Irvine  – Merage School of Business

The 1,526-acre campus is the fifth largest in the UC university family and is located close to beaches and mountains. The university also has a series of underground tunnels and has been rumored to have been placed in order for faculty to escape in the event of a student riot!  The Paul Merage School of Business MBA programs “consistently rank among the best in the world, including No. 1 in the U.S. for employment of MBA students within three months of graduation, according to Financial Times.”, states the UCI website.

For more information, please visit the University of California – Irvine/Merage School of Business’ website at  http://merage.uci.edu/

University of California – Irvine Statistics: 

Acceptance Rate: 47%

Student Demographics: 27,479 enrolled with 22,216 being undergraduates in fall 2012, 54% female, 46% male

Student to Faculty Ratio: 19 to 1

Campus Life: With several places for students to study, a Starbucks, Jamba Juice and Panda Express among many other dining choices, and an art Exhibit and a game room that includes karaoke and Xbox 360 gaming, campus life at UCI will not disappoint. You can also cheer on your team along with the school’s mascot, Peter the Anteater!

#4. University of California – Davis

The University of California – Davis has the largest campus among the UC’s 10 schools’ system at 7,309 acres and is located just west of Sacramento. UC Davis was the home of the infamous pepper spray incident in 2011 where a campus police Lieutenant pepper sprayed a row of seated students.

For more information, please visit the University of California – Davis/Graduate School of Management’s website at:  http://gsm.ucdavis.edu/

Acceptance Rate: 39.4%

Student Demographics: 32,354 students enrolled with 25,666 being undergraduates

Student to Faculty Ratio: 17 to 1

Campus Life: UC Davis has a vast array of activities to choose from in order to keep you busy and engaged….from equestrian riding to a craft center all taught by student-led classes. They also offer student-led classes to teach martial arts, yoga and even firewalking! To the south side of the campus core is the 100 acre UC Davis Arboretum,  which includes 3.5 miles of paved paths, 4,000 tree specimens, Putah Creek and Lake Spafford.

#5. University of California – San Diego  – Rady School of Management

Located in La Jolla, CA, the UC – San Diego occupies 2,141 acres near the Pacific Ocean. Situated centrally on the campus is the Geisel Library, named after Dr. Seuss. In addition, eucalyptus groves and more than a dozen public art projects decorates the campus.  The Rady School of Management is a graduate level school offering masters degrees, PhD’s and undergraduate minor degrees in accounting.

For more information, please visit the University of California – San Diego/Rady School of Management’s website at:  https://rady.ucsd.edu/

Acceptance Rate: 35.5%

Student Demographics: 28,294 students enrolled with 22,676 being undergraduates

Student to Faculty Ratio: 19 to 1

Campus Life: Swimming pools, gyms, workout facilities in addition to a seaside view, International cuisine, and major concert events make up the campus life at UC Davis. They are home to over 500 organizations and many other fun activities that make UC Davis a great place to learn!



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