Graduates hold doctoral degrees from leading institutions across the country and abroad including such top-tier schools as Stanford University, University of California-Berkeley, University of Illinois, and the University of Texas. In keeping with the missions of the University and CBE, our faculty members provide first-class teaching by employing knowledge and skill-driven concepts and applications of management, state-of-the-art practices, experiential learning, and technology-driven courses. Our faculty also maintain strong currency in their respective fields through an active program of applied and basic research.
Tough global competition requires companies to be extremely responsive to the needs and expectations of customers. In addition, many companies today are in a period of rapid changes brought about by technological breakthroughs, business globalization, and extended supply chains. In such a time, the role of the manager and the management professional in facing these challenges and maintaining a competitive edge becomes even more important. Our Management options provide students with an exciting and diverse education in various areas of management including human resource management and organizational behavior, operations and supply chain management, strategy and international business, and information technology management. Past and present employers of our Management students include almost all major firms and numerous small and mid-size companies in the Bay Area.
For more information on the undergraduate options in our department, see the Undergraduate Program. For the MBA Management options, see Graduate Program. For questions about these options, please contact the Department of Management Office at (510) 885-3307 or e-mail to the Department Chair, Dr. Vish Hegde, at email@example.com. For questions related to your academic planning and curriculum, please contact the CBE Student Service Center at (510) 885-3323 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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For Hayward MBA and MSBA students enrolled in the 2019-2020 academic year.