Anderson School of Management

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Anderson School of Management

Founded in 1935, the Anderson School of Management is one of 11 professional schools at UCLA. The top-tier program offers full time, part time, and executive MBA programs, as well as doctoral programs in seven major fields and executive-education courses.

The business school campus consists of six buildings, each focused on a specific aspect of management education, such as entrepreneurial studies, finance and investments, and real estate. Construction began in l987 with a founding gift from John E. Anderson, class of 1940, and was completed in 1995.

With the campus situated in Los Angeles' Westwood neighborhood, Anderson students can access bountiful commercial and cultural activities. The Greater Los Angeles Area hosts companies dedicated to aerospace, biotech, finance, consulting, and media and entertainment, as well as a hub of small businesses and entrepreneurs. Students polled in a recent Bloomberg Businessweek survey say UCLA Anderson is a good match for anyone looking to start a career in Southern California.

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