UC Berkeley Haas School of Business


UC Berkeley Haas School of Business
UC Berkeley Haas School of Business

As the second-oldest business school in the United States, the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley has been questioning the status quo since its founding in 1898. Berkeley Haas is a leading producer of new ideas and knowledge in all areas of business, inspiring New Thinking for the New Economy. We invite you to learn more about Haas, our exceptional faculty members — including two Nobel Prize Laureates in Economics — and our community of dedicated students and alumni. Berkeley Haas programs provide a student experience that is both challenging and rewarding. Our students consistently tell us that the culture they experience at Haas, as codified in our Defining Leadership Principles, is not just talk. It runs deeply through their experience here. The school offers outstanding management education to about 2,200 undergraduate and graduate students each year who come from around the world to study in one of its six degree-granting programs.

Earn your MBA from Berkeley Haas, and you earn a degree from a top-ranked institution whose reputation opens doors worldwide. The credibility the degree confers is backed by the academic rigor, renowned faculty, and high achieving community that are part of all Berkeley MBA programs. The Evening & Weekend Berkeley MBA Program, the nation’s top-ranked part-time MBA program for six years in a row (U.S. News & World Report), delivers a robust MBA experience on a part-time schedule. You study with leading faculty, and you study on campus, with access to Berkeley Haas resources and vibrant community life. Attending class two evenings a week or on Saturdays allows you to continue working while you earn your MBA. In turn, you take what you learn in class on one day to work the next, for a return on investment that starts immediately. Tailored to leaders with a proven track record of success, the Berkeley MBA for Executives Program gives you a toolkit for turning innovation into impact. Learning collaboratively alongside top-caliber peers and from renowned faculty, you gain the general management perspective to swiftly identify opportunities, assess risk, and make sound business decisions, and you strengthen your capacity to lead both effectively and authentically. In the Berkeley MBA for Executives Program 25 percent of your learning is experiential, with field immersions that invite deep focus on five areas: leadership, design thinking, entrepreneurship and innovation, global business, and public policy.

Evening & Weekend MBA

Class Size – 275
Average Age – 30
Women – 33%
International Students – 20 countries represented
Average GMAT – 700


MBA for Executives

Class Size – 72
Average Age – 38
Women – 39%
International Students – 11 countries represented

For more information about our application process, please visit the pages for the Evening & Weekend MBA and the MBA for Executives.

A Berkeley MBA degree is an investment you make in yourself. Of course, financing any major investment can feel intimidating. That’s why we we work to connect you with every opportunity for assistance, including scholarships, loans, employer support, and veterans benefits. We help you build a bridge between your MBA tuition costs and your career goals. The Evening & Weekend MBA program fees for the 2018--2019 academic year are $3,363 per unit, with a minimum of 42 units required for graduation. The MBA for Executives program fee for the class entering in May 2019 is $190,550 for the 19-month program and includes tuition, books, hotel accommodations, administrative fees, and most meals during residence periods.

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