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PREPARING

INNOVATIVE LEADERS FOR GLOBAL IMPACT

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I absolutely LOVE WHAT I DO—and the time is now to focus my fire on my business. I’ve created the next four years by empowering communication and CONNECTING COMMUNITIES through technology. M A C C L E M M E N S MBA 07

Digital Deployment Inc. | Sacramento, Calif. Founder and CEO Top “40 Under 40” Awardee | Sacramento Business Journal , 2013 Web Development Firm | Founded 2004 Best Places to Work | Sacramento Business Journal , 2013 PREVIOUS DEGREE

BS, Computer Science | California State University, Monterey Bay

possibility of expanding to a $100M+ COMPANY in the We’re already well on our way.

Accelerate Your Career

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Corporate Connections

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Proven Placement Success

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International Impact

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Transformative Experience

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Curriculum Overview

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Outside the Box

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A Passion for Teaching Excellence

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An Extraordinary Place

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UC Davis: Enterprise for Innovation

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Enriching Experience

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Our Dynamic Community

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Next Steps

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I focused my MBA projects WHERE MY PASSIONS COLLIDE: on marketing and the sustainable food and beverage industries. I now use the SKILLS I LEARNED every day at The Republic of Tea. E M I LY R A N C E R MBA 11

The Republic of Tea | Novato, Calif. Minister of Creative Collaboration PREVIOUS POSITION

Marketing Manager, Fork in the Road Foods | Fairfield, Calif. PREVIOUS DEGREE

BS, Journalism California Polytechnic State University | San Luis Obispo

Accelerate Your Career Known for DRIVING RESULTS in the workplace, innovative thinking and effective collaboration, UC Davis MBA graduates are in HIGH DEMAND across a wide range of industries. OUR APPROACH |

At the Graduate School of Management, you’ll find a

vibrant, close-knit community where each student matters. Our career development team will work with you to pinpoint industries and companies where you want to work, and we will promote you directly to those employers. It’s almost like having your own talent broker. We have built strong, enduring relationships with a broad network of top corporations that know the quality of UC Davis MBAs. Each year we expand this group with new partnerships that reflect the emerging interests and talents of our students, as well as hot new companies and industries.

PROVEN TRACK RECORD |

We have a long history of placing graduates

in competitive internship and career positions, and preparing them for continued success. In 2013 our graduates received average starting compensation of $88,301; our 95 percent placement rate positions our results firmly with top MBA programs around the world.

DIVERSE OPPORTUNITIES |

The Economist’s latest survey ranks our MBA

program No.1 in the world for the diversity of recruiters and industry sectors that provide career opportunities for our graduates.

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My MILITARY EXPERIENCE gave me the CONFIDENCE to make tough decisions. My MBA gave me the skills to make tough business decisions IN THE RIGHT WAY. C H R I S T O P H E R M. C O U G H L A N MBA 14

IBM Corp. | Chicago, Ill. Client Executive MBA INTERNSHIP

Intel Collaborators Intern Visual Computing Program Management Intel Corp. | Hillsboro, Ore. PREVIOUS POSITIONS

Information Warfare Officer | Lieutenant U.S. Navy PREVIOUS DEGREE

BS, Aerospace Engineering United States Naval Academy

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Corporate Connections

The Graduate School of Management’s corporate relations team partners with local, national and multinational companies in our career placement efforts. The organizations listed here have recruited UC Davis MBAs.

On3Health

CO N S U LT I N G

E N T E R TA I N M E N T/M E D I A

G OV E R N M E N T

ECG Management Consultants Inc.

Booktrack

California Legislative Analyst’s Office

Fjord

Facebook

Office of the Mayor (Sacramento)

Gallup Inc.

LeapFrog Enterprises Inc.

Gartner Inc.

StubHub Inc.

U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Interbrand

Walt Disney Co.

M A N U FAC T U R I N G

Nielsen Co.

USA Football

Atmel Corp.

FINANCIAL SERVICES

Cypress Semiconductor Corp.

QuestBridge

Hewlett-Packard

ANPI

Special Olympics Germany

Imerys Filtration Minerals

Apple Inc.

U.S. Green Building Council

AT&T Inc.

Tiburon Research Group CO N S U M E R P R O D U C T S

Banco de Credito (BCP) Miami

Adidas

BlackRock Inc.

Art.com

California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS)

Intel Corp.

California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS)

Micron Technology Inc.

Clorox Co. Gap Inc. Henkel

Compania de Minas Buenaventura

Kellogg Co.

CVF Capital Partners Inc.

ModCloth

DCA Partners

Safeway Inc.

Low Income Investment Fund

No. 1 Worldwide for Diversity of Corporate Recruiters

P H A R M A /B I OT E C H / H E A LT H C A R E

Lam Research Corp.

Arcadia Biosciences

Tesla Motors Inc.

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NONPROFIT

Blue Shield of California

American Red Cross

Cedaron Medical Inc.

California Chamber of Commerce

Genentech Inc.

Collaborative Solutions Inc.

Gold Standard Diagonostics

Ecology Action

Illumina Inc.

E N E R GY

Social+Capital Partnership

Environmental Defense Fund

Kaiser Permanente

UBS

Foundation for California Community Colleges

Marrone Bio Innovations Inc.

Upwelling Capital Group

AEP Energy

Xerox State Healthcare

Novartis

Autodesk Inc. Brocade Communications Systems Inc. Bunchball Inc. Cisco Systems Inc. EMC Corp. IBM Intuit Inc. Juniper Networks Inc. Mocana Corp. NetApp Inc. Nutanix

Virginia Heritage Bank

CA Technologies California Public Utilities Commission Clean Energy Systems

Visa Inc. Wells Fargo & Co.

E.ON Climate & Renewables

F O O D /AG / W I N E

Nevada Institute for Renewable Energy Commercialization (NIREC)

Ag Innovations Network

Octus Energy Pacific Gas & Electric Co. Phycal Inc. Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) Sierra Energy

Vision Service Plan

Agilent Technologies Inc.

Merrill Lynch Japan Securities Co. Ltd.

3 Degrees

Tyrula LLC

T E C H N O LO GY

Walmart.com

Traditional Medicinals Inc.

Sutter Health

CHIC Group Driscoll’s E. & J. Gallo Winery EAT Club Inc. Fair Trade USA Fork in the Road Foods Olam International Rutherford Wine Co. The Republic of Tea Wallaby Yogurt Co. ZeroCater

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Tesla Motors Inc. | Fremont, Calif. Accessories and Tooling Program Manager MBA INTERNSHIP

Supply Chain Management Tesla Motors Inc. | Palo Alto, Calif. PREVIOUS POSITION

Entrepreneur/Founder, Infinite Possibility Inc. Sacramento, Calif., and Tokyo, Japan PREVIOUS DEGREE

BS, Mechanical Engineering University of California, Davis

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Interning and now WORKING at Tesla Motors is

Accelerate Your Career Proven Placement Success NVIDIA Corp. Oracle Corp. Plantronics Inc. Sage Interactive Inc.

C L A S S O F 2 013 E M PLOYM E N T R E P O RT

C L A S S O F 2 014 SUMMER INTERNSHIP REPORT

Average Compensation: $ 88,301

Average Monthly Salary: $5,459

Xilinx Inc.

Average Salary: $ 84,071

Placement of Students Seeking

OT H E R

Average Signing Bonus: $ 8,762

Symantec Corp. T-Mobile US Inc.

Ahilia Inc. Bizo

Job Placement Three Months

Fenwick & West LLP

after Graduation:

95%

Grecotrade LLC Hamilton Zanze Maybo McWong Environmental & Energy Group RECON Environmental Inc. Signature Development Group Swrve The Richards Group

a DREAM come true.

E M PLOYM E N T BY I N D US T RY

38 14% 11% 11% 8% 8% 5% 3% 3%

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TECHNOLOGY

CONSUMER PRODUCTS

FOOD/AG/WINE

PHARMA/BIOTECH/ HEALTHCARE

CONSULTING

MANUFACTURING

OTHER

FINANCIAL SERVICES

NONPROFIT

E M PLOYM E N T BY FU N C T I O N

35% 22% 19% 16% 5% 3%

Internships: 100 %

I N T E R NS H I PS BY I N D US T RY

30% 16% 9% 7% 7% 7% 7% 5% 5% 2% 2% 2%

TECHNOLOGY

PHARMA/BIOTECH/ HEALTHCARE

OTHER

FINANCIAL SERVICES

FOOD/AG/WINE

MANUFACTURING

NONPROFIT

GOVERNMENT

ENTERTAINMENT/ MEDIA

CONSULTING

CONSUMER PRODUCTS

ENERGY

MARKETING/SALES

GENER AL MANAGEMENT

CONSULTING

FINANCE/ ACCOUNTING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OPER ATIONS/ LOGISTICS

Due to rounding, individual category percentages may not add up to 100%.

I N T E R NS H I PS BY FU N C T I O N

33% 21% 14% 9% 9% 7% 7%

MARKETING/SALES

OPERATIONS/ LOGISTICS FINANCE/ ACCOUNTING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

OTHER

CONSULTING

GENERAL MANAGEMENT

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International Impact TODD NEEDHA M, CFA, MBA 99

Vice President, Client Portfolio Manager Loomis Sayles BOSTON, M ASS.

HANNA K ATRIN FRIDRIKSSON MBA 01 CATHINK A WAHL STROM MBA 91

Director of Healthcare Division Icepharma Board Member, MP Bank

N EW YORK, N.Y.

PROFESSOR NICOLE WOOL SEY BIGGART

Senior Managing Director North America Banking, Accenture

REYK JAVÍK, ICEL AN D

Member, Scientific Advisory Board Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies

GREG KING MBA 02

Executive Vice President, Product Development and Strategic Ventures Global X Management Co.

CO LO GN E, GER M ANY

K A ARINA SUIKKONEN MBA 05

N EW YORK, N.Y.

Head of Private Equity FERI Group Trust GmbH

BAD H OM BURG, GER M ANY

JULIE JENSEN M A 84

Human Resources Director of U.S. Programs and Foundations Operations Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

STEPHANIE SWANNACK MBA 07

Senior Director, Brand Development Catalina Marketing International

SE AT TLE, WASH.

PARIS, FR AN CE

MIKHAIL ZHUKOV MBA 01

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR GINA DOKKO Research Presentation: A Negotiated Order

Managing Director, Leveraged Finance Group Wells Fargo Securities LLC

SAN FR ANCISCO, CALIF.

Perspective on Technological Evolution EGOS Colloquium

Y VES CORNA Z MBA 03

BARCELO NA, SPAIN

Corporate Development Manager Google Inc.

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF.

A MY MYERS JAFFE

UC Davis Executive Director of Energy and Sustainability Presentation at World Economic Forum

PETER BUGGY MBA 99

Senior Director, Marketing Strategy and Sales Operations Kaiser Permanente

DAVOS - KLOSTERS, SWIZERL AN D

CR AIG CUM MINS MBA 05

OAKL AND, CALIF.

Investment Director RobecoSAM

ADA M FOX MBA 04

ZÜRICH, SWITZERL AN D

SAN DIEG O, CALIF.

ANTONIO ZACCHEO M A 93

AGUSTIN RODRIGUEZ MBA 96

FLO REN CE, ITALY

Vice President, Business Information Officer PETCO Animal Supplies Inc.

Director, Sales & Marketing Carpineto Winery

Planning and Operations Manager Hewlett-Packard Co. GUADAL A JAR A, M E XICO

DENI GARCIA NOVOA MBA 01

Vice President Project Management Grupo Magnadata

FABIANA ALVES MBA 08

Executive Manager Rabobank International

M E XICO CIT Y, M E XICO

WISAM COSTANDI MBA 01

SÃO PAULO, BR A ZIL

NOEMI DANAO -SCHROEDER MBA 04

General Manager Informatica Qatar

RODRIGO CIFUENTES MBA 05

Chief of Party, SERVIR Project DAI

Global Director, IDC New Business Platforms; AgroFresh Inc., a division of Dow AgroSciences

BETHESDA, M D.

SANTIAG O, CHILE

D O HA, Q ATAR

ROANE W YATT THORPE MBA 98

Manager, Well Operations, Planning & Contracts ZADCO

ABU DHABI, UNITED AR AB EMIR ATES

Alumni Faculty International students

Recent International Study Trips have taken our students to…

YOUR UC DAVIS MBA WILL TAKE YOU WHERE YOU WANT TO GO

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ship, from alumni to students to scholars whose research

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and expertise help shape the evolving global economy.

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This map highlights examples of our international leader-

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Accelerate Your Career PROFESSOR KIM EL SBACH

PROFESSOR STEVEN CURR ALL

International Research Fellow Centre for Corporate Reputation, Oxford University

(Dean 2009–2014) China-Europe International Business School– UNESCO–CHIC Inc. 2nd China International Agribusiness Forum

OXFORD, ENGL AND

BEI JIN G, CHINA

PROFESSOR SHANNON ANDERSON

Member, Advisory Panel Chartered Institute of Management Accountants

TODD KINK ADE MBA 98

Controller, PRC Sales & Marketing Group Intel China Ltd.

LOND ON, ENGL AND

BEI JIN G, CHINA

CRISTAL SUMNER MBA 99

Chief Executive, British Homeopathic Association & Faculty of Homeopathy

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR R ACHEL CHEN Award: Best Paper

LUTON, ENGL AND

Overseas Chinese Scholars Association in Management Science and Engineering Conference

TIAN JIN, CHINA

ERDEM ONUR SAVASIR MBA 10

HONGJIE CUI MBA 04

Business Development Manager AGS Group

Director, CSMB Product Line Dell Computer

MOSCOW, RUSSIA

SHAN GHAI, CHINA

JACOB FOSSAR PETERSEN MBA 03

EXECUTIVE EDUCATION

Vice President Novo Nordisk A/S

Growing Agribusiness in China: Scaling Up and Staying Fresh

COPENHAGEN, DENM ARK 

SHAN GHAI, CHINA

KOJI NISHIHAR A MBA 95

KIVO SANLI MBA 15

CEO Nishihara Environment Co. Ltd.

International Student, Turkey MBA Internship: Oomnitza Mountain View, Calif.

TO K YO, JAPAN

VIENNA WEN MBA 15

International student, China MBA Internship: China Merchants Bank U.S. Headquarters | New York, N.Y. PINGFAN WU MBA 15

International student, China MBA Internship: Autodesk | San Francisco, Calif.

PROFESSOR CHIH -LING TSAI Research: Prior Consequences and

Subsequent Risk Taking: New Field Evidence from the Taiwan Futures Exchange

SRINIVAS LINGA M MBA 08

TAIWAN

Director of Engineering, IP Development, Intel Corp.

PROFESSOR BR AD BARBER

Research: Day trader and other investor behavior, based on analysis of data provided by the Taiwan Stock Exchange

BANGALORE, INDIA

PROFESSOR HEM ANT BHARGAVA

Research: Dialing in on India’s Mobile Market

TAIWAN

INDIA

K AREN BENNET T MBA 02

R ASHMI EKK A MBA 15

Chief of Party Chemonics, International

International Student, India MBA Internship: Marrone Bio Innovations Davis, Calif.

REPUBLIC O F THE M ALDIVES

NISHTHA A BHARDWA J MBA 15

PROFESSOR DON PAL MER

International Student, India MBA Internship: EMC2 | Santa Clara, Calif.

Research Presentation: Doping in Professional Cycling University of New South Wales SYDNEY, AUSTR ALIA

PROFESSOR PR ASAD NAIK AND ASSISTANT PROFESSOR ASHWIN AR AVINDAKSHAN

PROFESSOR PAUL GRIFFIN

Fellow, New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants Awards: Best Conference Papers —Overall, Accounting Financial Markets and Corporate Governance Conference

Annual Global Marketing Dynamics Conference JAIPUR, INDIA

Naik’s Research: Measuring Consumer Demand among India’s Middle Class

M ELBOURN E, AUSTR ALIA

I N T E R N AT I O N A L E XC H A N G E P R O G R A M

We have established partnerships with these renowned universities, allowing you to study abroad for a quarter:

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China | Tsinghua University, Beijing China | Shanghai Advanced Institute for Finance at Shanghai Jiaotong University, Shanghai

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Canada | University of British Columbia, Vancouver

England | Manchester Business School, Manchester

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Chile | Pontifica Universidad Catolica de Chile, Santiago

Finland | Aalto University Executive Education, Helsinki

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China | Fudan University, Shanghai

Germany | Heinrich Heine Universität, Düsseldorf

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Mexico | Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico, Mexico City

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Netherlands | Erasmus University, Rotterdam

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Sweden | Jönköping International Business School (JIBS), Jönköping

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China | Peking University, Guanghua School of Management, Beijing

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The UC Davis MBA program is FORWARD LOOKING and EXTREMELY RELEVANT to today’s business trends and challenges. A D I T YA M U R A R I MBA 11

PricewaterhouseCoopers US LLP | San Francisco, Calif. Senior Associate, Customer Impact Consulting PREVIOUS POSITION

Senior Consultant, Marketing and Customer Strategy Ernst & Young US LLP | San Francisco, Calif. PREVIOUS DEGREE

BE, Information Science and Engineering BMS College of Engineering | Bangalore, India

Accelerate Your Career

Transformative Experience The UC Davis MBA prepares you to be an INNOVATIVE leader with global impact. You’ll gain the strong foundation, PERSPECTIVE and balance to DELIVER RESULTS from day one. Through our IMPACT curriculum, you will build a broad foundation of business knowledge and skills. You’ll deepen your expertise in accounting, business analytics, entrepreneurship, finance, general management, innovation, marketing, organizational behavior, strategy or technology management. Globalization, responsible business ethics and sustainability are integrated throughout our program.

I ntegrated

THEORY INTO PRACTICE

M anagement

Our IMPACT MBA curriculum is anchored by an Integrated Management Project and Articulation and Critical Thinking (IMPACT) core courses. Students team on 10-week projects for client firms.

P roject A rticulation

Recent corporate sponsors include

C ritical T hinking

YOUR PROGRAM |

Our capstone course will

sharpen your writing, speaking and critical-thinking abilities. You’ll then put your collective business skills and knowledge to work on a 10-week consulting team project for partner companies ranging from Fortune 500 firms to ultra-fast-paced Silicon Valley startups. By creatively responding to real-world strategic business issues, you’ll deepen the analytical, technical and leadership skills you need to succeed.

YOUR COMMUNITY |

Our professors are industry

experts, actively engaged with the business world

Dialing up digital: Our MBA students undertake an Integrated Management Project during their second year. A team recently worked on a plan to transition from direct mail to digital marketing for AT&T Wireless products.

through pioneering research. They will challenge you to lead responsibly, sharing cutting-edge management ideas and practices drawn from research, case studies and lessons from top executives.

YOUR FUTURE |

From helping to commercialize science and engineering

breakthroughs, to applying new tools for socially responsible investing, UC Davis MBA students and alumni are innovative leaders, pushing for an inclusive, sustainable global economy.

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Curriculum Overview YEAR ONE SU M M ER

CAREER WEBINAR SERIES QUANTITATIVE FUNDA MENTALS

To prepare you for success in the UC Davis MBA curriculum, we have created a pre-MBA program. The online program includes four modules: algebra, probability, statistics and calculus.

FALL Q UARTER CORE COURSES

WI NTER Q UARTER CORE COURSES

CORE COURSES

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Financial Accounting

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INTERNSHIP INTERVIEWS, PERSONAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PL AN

CAREER LAUNCH AND WORKSHOPS

You’ll jump start your future career at our summer orientation session, recently featured in the Wall Street Journal. We help you hone jobhunting skills and prepare you to impress corporate recruiters, improving your chances of landing the perfect internship or job.

S PRIN G Q UARTER

MBA SHADOW DAYS

Alumni open their offices, offering you career advice and insider insight into their company’s operations, culture and opportunities. PREPARE FOR SUMMER INTERNSHIP

PRINCIPLED LEADERSHIP PROGRAM The challenges of the 21st century demand a new approach to leadership and a more principled

ORIENTATION

way of doing business. We need leaders who

Get ready academically, professionally and socially for the rigors of the next two years. Highlights include a welcome from the dean, an off-site ropes course, an ethics speaker and a case competition. Orientation ends with a community service project.

are world citizens with a deep commitment to responsible business practices, a sense of obligation to all stakeholders and a focus on improving the quality of life in both local and global communities. At the Graduate School of Management, we educate leaders who are both creative thinkers— and creative doers.

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Our integrated Principled Leadership Program, MONTHS

ACADEMIC CURRICULUM

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INTERNSHIP

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CONCENTRATIONS

70+

ELECTIVE COURSES

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360-degree leadership competencies assessment.

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Grow your capacity and toolset to evolve as a principled leader throughout your career. Build learning agility as a lifelong leadership capability. Differentiate yourself in career pursuits and professional success.

Transformative Experience PREPARING

INNOVATIVE LEADERS FOR GLOBAL IMPACT

YEAR TWO SU M M ER INTERNSHIP

The summer internship is an exciting opportunity to apply your newly acquired MBA skills. Dazzle your manager and you just might land your dream job before your second year even begins. It’s a rich learning experience that strengthens your professional profile and rounds out your academic experience.

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Leadership Business, Government & the International Economy

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Investment Analysis

STUDY AROUND THE WORLD

Broaden your horizons and polish your foreign language skills while strengthening your ability to excel in a global business environment. Study for the fall quarter at one of 13 partner schools, which include Fundaçao Getulio Vargas in Brazil, Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) in Sweden and Fudan University in Shanghai, China.

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WINTER Q UARTER SA MPLE ELECTIVES

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The International Study Trip course opens another door to global business. After a quarter-long study of a region, students take their lessons learned on a two-week tour, arranging site visits and executive meetings. Recent trips include Italy and Turkey, Germany, Hungary and the Czech Republic, China and Hong Kong, Vietnam and Malaysia, Japan, Ecuador and Panama, and Chile and Argentina. REFLECTIONS ON LEADERSHIP

K I M B E R LY D. E L S B A C H

Associate Dean and Professor of Organizational Behavior Stephen G. Newberry Endowed Chair in Leadership Ph.D., Stanford University International Research Fellow, Centre for Corporate Reputation, Oxford University COURSES TAUGHT

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We interview corporate recruiters and annually update our MBA CURRICULUM to provide students with the SKILLS and KNOWLEDGE needed for today’s careers.

The Individual & Group Dynamics Negotiation in Organizations Business Policy and Strategy

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Business Law Customer Relationship Management Technology Competition & Strategy Venture Capital & the Finance of Innovation Robert A. Fox Executivein-Residence

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UC Davis provided top-tier preparation for a DYNAMIC CAREER in integrated marketing communications. My role at Google involves knowing the user, knowing the magic— and CONNECTING the two. S A M S A L I B A MBA 00

Google Inc. | Mountain View, Calif. Head of Consumer Marketing, Hardware PREVIOUS POSITION

Associate Director, Marketing Ubisoft Entertainment | San Francisco, Calif. PREVIOUS DEGREE

BA, Economics San Francisco State University

Transformative Experience As a UC Davis MBA student, you’ll enjoy diverse opportunities to APPLY CONCEPTS learned in the classroom to REAL-LIFE situations—and exciting options for international engagement.

Outside the Box BIG BANG! BUSINESS COMPETITION |

Our annual competition provides

a forum for the UC Davis community to collaborate, develop and test business visions and plans. The Big Bang! offers mentorship, team building, education, financing and networking for aspiring entrepreneurs.

NEW VENTURES |

The UC Davis Child Family Institute for Innovation

and Entrepreneurship’s programs bring MBA students and investors together with scientists and engineers to develop the commercial potential of their research breakthroughs. You’ll help build a business from the ground up.

Success: MBA students teamed with UC Davis researchers to launch 2014 Big Bang! Business Competition People’s Choice winner Zasaka. The startup offers agricultural solutions to sub-Saharan farmers.

GLOBAL DIMENSIONS |

An international

perspective touches every aspect of our MBA program — from finance to technology management — expanding your ability to understand, Hiking in the Andes Mountains

examine and excel in today’s global marketplace.

INSIDER’S PERSPECTIVE |

Our International

Study Trip provides an intensive immersion into world business dynamics. Following a quarter of classroom study, you’ll embark on two weeks of travel and meetings with executives.

INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS |

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I have a new APPRECIATION for other cultures and a wonderful perspective on their ways of doing business. — Marcus Wilson MBA 13

Gain international

experience, learn a new culture and build your global network by spending a quarter at one of our 13 partner universities in Europe, Asia and the Americas. 13

A Passion for Teaching Excellence

A pioneer in branding and advertising strategy, Professor Prasad Naik recently developed a new tool to measure consumer demand in India’s rapidly expanding middle class. His current research explores the use of big data analysis in marketing/business.

A former analyst in Goldman Sachs‘ investment banking division, Associate Professor Ayako Yasuda’s research shines a spotlight on venture capital and entrepreneurial finance.

YOU’LL LEARN FROM EXPERTS in their fields, thought leaders who are developing innovative solutions for today’s business challenges. Through their pioneering research, teaching and consulting work, our faculty helps shape the management practices of leading U.S. and multinational corporations, nonprofits and public agencies—and the global markets they operate in.

OUR PROFESSORS ARE LEADING-EDGE SCHOLARS who trained at top schools, including Stanford University, MIT, the Wharton School, Carnegie Mellon University, Harvard University, the University of Chicago, Cornell University and Northwestern University. Through a powerful combination of case studies, seminars, guest speakers, simulations and team projects, they turn complex concepts into actionable tools you will use throughout your career.

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We combine the INTIMATE LEARNING experience of a small liberal arts college with the opportunities of a premier public research university known for harnessing the power of INTERDISCIPLINARY collaboration. — Professor Nicole Woolsey Biggart

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Director, UC Davis Energy Efficiency Center

Transformative Experience Our distinguished professors’ depth of knowledge and PERSONAL ATTENTION form the foundation of your UC Davis MBA experience. RELATIONSHIPS take root and thrive in our collaborative learning environment.

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WORLDWIDE, RESEARCH PRODUCTIVITY Financial Times Global MBA, 2014

Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior Gina Dokko

Professor Shannon Anderson is an internationally recognized thought leader on managerial accounting, performancemeasurement and cost-control systems. Recent research explores data mining’s potential to improve results in the classroom.

Fox Executive-in-Residence Jim Olson | CEO, WestShore Management Group

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FEMALE FACULTY, THIRD HIGHEST IN THE WORLD Financial Times Global MBA, 2014

50% ETHNIC MINORITIES WITHIN THE FACULTY

Professor Nicole Woolsey Biggart

Distinguished Professor of Management Chih-Ling Tsai

Professor Andrew Hargadon is at the forefront of teaching, research and practice in cross-disciplinary entrepreneurship. A former product designer at Apple, he directs the UC Davis Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

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STUDENT: FACULTY RATIO

Senior Scholar Harold Schmitz Chief Science Officer, Mars Inc.

YOUR PROFESSORS WILL KNOW YOU BY NAME

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Davis: The Quintessential College Town

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I’ve found TRUE COMMUNITY here that allows me to thrive as a student and a father. Davis has so much to offer that we always have a great time. I WOULDN’T DO IT ANY OTHER WAY.

Living in Davis POPULATION |

65,000

MEDITERRANEAN CLIMATE |

Dry summers,

mild winters, 265 days of sunshine each year.

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA |

20 minutes

from Sacramento, 30 minutes from Napa Valley, one to two hours from Lake Tahoe, San Francisco and Silicon Valley.

GETTING AROUND |

Easy access to busses,

Amtrak, ride-sharing, Zipcar and the Sacramento International Airport. More than 100 miles of bike paths and bike lanes helped Davis earn the League of American Bicyclists‘ top Platinum ranking.

FUN AND GAMES |

More than 400 acres

of parks and greenbelts include 43 play areas, more than a dozen picnic areas, 33 tennis courts, swimming pools, horseshoe pits, golf and disc golf courses, basketball courts, exercise courses and more.

EVENTS |

Davis Criterium Classic,

Celebrate Davis!, Neighbors Night Out, Second Friday Art About, Movies in

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Visa Inc. | San Mateo, Calif.

Senior Risk Management Analyst ERM Strategy & Advisory

Picnic Day.

DINING OUT |

100+ restaurants, from

pizza and burgers to chocolatiers and bakeries to sushi bars to Californian, Nepali and Thai cuisines.

MBA INTERNSHIP

Global Enterprise Risk Management—Strategy & Advisory Visa Inc. | Foster City, Calif. PREVIOUS POSITION

Associate Director, National Interscholastic Cycling Association | Berkeley, Calif. PREVIOUS DEGREE

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UC DAVIS ARBORETUM AOL Stylelist, Top Gardens

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MBA PROGRAMS IN THE WORLD FOR SUSTAINABILITY Net Impact, Business as UNusual, 2013

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MOST ELEGANT GRADUATE SCHOOL BUILDINGS IN THE WORLD, GALLAGHER HALL Bestmastersdegrees.com

Enterprise for Innovation

West Village Net-Zero Energy Community

Shields Library

UC Davis Campus

Cutting-Edge Research

Farmers Market

SWEET SPOT |

Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts

UC Davis’ prime location on the corridor linking Sacramento,

the state capital, and the San Francisco Bay Area creates endless opportunities. You’ll have quick access to established Fortune 500 firms, the global technology industry, Pacific Rim trade, new startups and a financial ecosystem of venture capital and international banking. Ten of the Fortune 100 are headquartered in Northern California, including Apple, Hewlett-Packard, Chevron and Wells Fargo. You’ll benefit from our connections and networks in Silicon Valley—the world's unrivaled innovation hub—and in the Sacramento region, where progressive energy and climate change policy is rippling well beyond the world’s eighth-largest economy and home to one of the nation’s top clean-tech centers.

CAMPUS MATTERS |

Your MBA experience is enhanced by being part of the

University of California, Davis, one of the world’s leading research universities. UC Davis is recognized globally for its expertise in the converging issues of food, water, health, society, energy and the environment. Since the university’s founding, faculty and students have worked across disciplines to generate new discoveries. Today this collaborative culture flourishes, fostering an academic environment dedicated to solving the world’s most critical challenges. The Graduate School of Management is an active partner, collaborating and serving as a catalyst to accelerate technology transfer and commercialization.

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UC Davis is making an exemplary commitment to the kind of WORLD I would like to leave for my — Amy Myers Jaffe, UC Davis Executive

An Extraordinary Place Few places match UC Davis’ CENTRAL LOCATION, lifestyle and opportunities in the ECONOMIC and ENTREPRENEURIAL HEART of California.

Yosemite

Google — Silicon Valley

San Francisco

Napa Valley

Sacramento

BY TH E N UM BE R S Founded in 1905

34,155 students and 221,914 alumni worldwide

UC DAVIS CAMPUS

90 graduate programs and 6 professional schools

Full-Time MBA Master of Professional Accountancy

(education, law, management, medicine, veterinary medicine and nursing)

Lake Tahoe

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Tied for

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Napa

San Francisco

No. 1 among research universities

(with UC Berkeley and Penn State) as top producer

PREPARING INNOVATIVEPREPARING LEADERS FOR GLOBAL IMPACT INNOVATIVE LEADERS FOR GLOBAL IMPACT

of U.S. Fulbright Scholars, 2012–2013 SAN RAMON

SACRAMENTO CAMPUS

No. 14 in research funding among U.S. public

PREPARING INNOVATIVE LEADERS FOR GLOBAL IMPACT

Sacramento MBA

universities with $754 million in 2012–2013

Silicon Valley

Library system includes 10 million books, journals, music, maps (print and digital)

Yosemite BAY AREA CAMPUS

No. 9 among public research universities nationwide

San Francisco Bay Area MBA

(U.S. News & World Report, 2014 “America’s Best Colleges”)

600 students participate 23 intercollegiate sports

More than in

SUSTAINABILITY and children and their children.

Largest UC campus with Los Angeles

One of

5,300 acres

62 members in the prestigious

Association of American Universities

Director of Energy and Sustainability San Diego

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6 million people served by

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1 I D E A S I N TO AC T I O N | Our

3 A RU N N I N G S TA R T | You’ll

students collaborate in global, national and regional business and investment competitions. A team of UC Davis MBA students advanced to the semifinals of the Nespresso Sustainability MBA Challenge 2014 for their innovative concept for sustainable quality coffee sourcing. The challenge inspired 59 proposals from business schools around the world.

form lifelong bonds during orientation, as you and your classmates explore Northern California hotspots, including world-famous destinations like Napa Valley, San Francisco and Lake Tahoe. Highlights include a challenging ropes course that builds teamwork skills.

2 G I V I N G B AC K | MBA Challenge

for Charity draws on the talents, energy and philanthropic efforts of students from nine top West Coast business schools. Our chapter supports the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Sacramento, the Northern California Special Olympics and Habitat for Humanity.

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One of the world’s preeminent energy economics and strategic policy experts, Amy Myers Jaffe serves as executive director for energy and sustainability at UC Davis and has taught a course in Sustainable Ventures. She offers a vast energy sector network to assist our MBA students.

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Believing that integrity is a cornerstone of leadership, students begin their MBA experience with a student-initiated ethics pledge to “complete my degree with honesty and integrity” and to “hold myself and my classmates to the highest standards of honor from this day forward.” 6 M E E T WA R R E N | Billionaire

businessman and philanthropist Warren Buffett has hosted more than 200 UC Davis MBA students at Berkshire Hathaway’s headquarters in Omaha since 2005. He praised our MBAs: “There's a lot more to education than just the basic curriculum and UC Davis should be proud of turning out first-rate human beings.”

NUMBER OF WOMEN FOR EVERY 9 MEN AMONG DIRECTORS AND HIGHEST-PAID EXECUTIVES IN CALIFORNIA’S LARGEST PUBLIC COMPANIES

WO M E N I N L E A D E RS H I P | Our

annual high-profile “UC Davis Study of California Women Business Leaders” tracks the number of women in the C-suites and board rooms of the largest public companies in the state. The bottom line: the glass ceiling persists. gsm.ucdavis.edu/women

An Extraordinary Place You’ll enjoy a calendar packed with OPPORTUNITIES, many of which you’ll have a hand creating and planning. Here is just a sample of the many events, activities and thought leaders that have ENGAGED UC Davis MBA students.

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DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS Top executives, company founders, veteran entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and financiers share valuable insights and lessons learned. Our recent speakers include: ■■

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numerous opportunities to build your networks, socialize and simply have fun outside the classroom, from parties that celebrate the School’s diversity to field trips that explore local industries and businesses. Each week, students, faculty and staff gather for Connections, a casual get-together to build community and learn what is happening at the School.

UC Davis MBAs network and learn alongside like-minded students from Rice University, Boston University and Baylor College of Medicine at Ignite. The annual conference has included a whirlwind tour of San Francisco Bay Area startups and VC firms—including Coursera, Facebook, Media Spike, Khosla Ventures, Google, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Plug and Play Tech Center and Square—and presentations by successful and up-and-coming entrepreneurs.

8 M A K E A N E T I M PAC T | Net Impact uses the power of business to create positive social, environmental and economic change. Our Gold-ranked chapter has been recognized as the Trailblazing Chapter of the Year, the Best Small Chapter of the Year and among the top four Graduate Chapters worldwide. The chapter hosts high-profile speakers, offers leadership development opportunities, supports courses in social entrepreneurship and sustainable business, and joins peers at the annual national Net Impact conference.

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International Study Trip course opens a window to global business. After a quarter-long study of a region, students take lessons learned on a two-week tour with site visits and executive meetings. Recent trips included Chile, Hungary and the Czech Republic, China, Vietnam, Ecuador and Panama, Germany, and Italy and Turkey— including a visit to the Blue Mosque in Istanbul.

Sandy Weill, Former Chairman and CEO, Citigroup Bernard Tyson, President and COO, Kaiser Permanente Harold Schmitz, Chief Science Officer, Mars Inc. John Mackey, Co-founder and Co-CEO, Whole Foods Market Anne Gates, Executive Vice President and CFO, Disney Consumer Products

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I received WIDE-RANGING SUPPORT from classmates, alumni and professors— and TRANSFORMED my life in ways I couldn’t have imaged two years ago in China. Crossing the world to REALIZE ONE’S DREAMS is possible here. J A N E Y O U MBA 14

Autodesk | San Francisco, Calif. Product Manager, Analytics MBA INTERNSHIP

Product Management Intern, AutoCAD Analytics Autodesk Inc. | San Francisco, Calif., and Shanghai, China PREVIOUS POSITION

Head of Technical Training Department Kaspersky Lab | Beijing, China PREVIOUS DEGREE

Bachelor of Information Management and Information Systems Beijing Forestry University | China

An Extraordinary Place You will feel the energy and CAMARADERIE the moment you arrive on campus. We offer an intimate, diverse and VIBRANT environment where learning and relationships flourish.

Our Dynamic Community COLLABORATIVE ACTION |

UC Davis MBA students have a dual commitment

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INCLUSIVE & DIVERSE |

The Graduate School of Management prepares results-

driven, innovative and agile learners to lead, collaborate—and make a positive impact. We are committed to building equity, inclusion and diversity across our community, broadening and deepening both the educational experience and the scholarly environment. This emphasis on ethnic, racial, cultural, gender, sexual orientation, geographic, professional and experiential diversity promotes our belief that you learn and grow more when exposed to new ways of thinking and doing business.

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Admissions, Costs and Financial Aid The UC Davis Graduate School of Management seeks EXCEPTIONAL MBA candidates with impressive records of achievement and the promise to MAKE A DIFFERENCE in the world. We select applicants whose demonstrated leadership, intellectual

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MBA program and an impactful career. Our evaluation considers experience, academic record, GMAT or GRE performance, personal essays, recommendations and an interview. Our students come from diverse professional, academic and

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personal backgrounds. Full-time work experience is valuable but is not required for admission. Both entry-level and mid-career applicants are welcome. No particular area of undergraduate study is required.

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Although there are no prerequisites, we suggest coursework in accounting, calculus, economics and statistics.

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We are committed to investing in our students. NINE OUT OF 10 MBA students received a scholarship or fellowship. — Senior Assistant Dean of Student Affairs James Stevens

Submitting Your Application

Educational Costs

Please visit our website for application submission dates.

All applicants are considered for a variety of financial aid programs, including scholarships, fellowships and assistantships. To apply for Federal Direct Loans and University of California Grants, visit fafsa.ed.gov.

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$125 application fee gsm.ucdavis.edu/apply

2 014 – 2 015 E S T I M AT E D FE E S California Residents.......................$36,488 Nonresidents................................$48,733

Living (rent, food, personal, transportation)............................... $16,450 Health Insurance.............................$3,432 Books and Supplies......................... $1,800 Total Expenses............................. $21,682 Estimated Total Budget California Residents...................... $58,170

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Estimated Total Budget Nonresidents............................... $70,415

Next Steps Attend an Event gsm.ucdavis.edu/mba-events

Visit a Class gsm.ucdavis.edu/mba-visits

Start Your Application gsm.ucdavis.edu/apply

Download the Brochure as PDF or interactive e-zine @ gsm.ucdavis.edu/MBAbrochure

Questions? admissions@gsm.ucdavis.edu (530) 752-7658

MBA Program Gallagher Hall One Shields Avenue Davis, CA 95616-8609

gsm.ucdavis.edu ACCREDITED BY AACSB INTERNATIONAL The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business

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FASTEST RISING BUSINESS SCHOOL IN U.S., BASED ON ALUMNI RETURN ON INVESTMENT

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The University of California, in accordance with applicable federal and state law and university policy, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, pregnancy,* disability, age, medical condition (cancer-related), ancestry, marital status, citizenship, sexual orientation, or status as a Vietnam-era veteran or special disabled veteran. The university also prohibits sexual harassment. This nondiscrimination policy covers admission, access and treatment in university programs and activities. Inquiries regarding the university’s student-related nondiscrimination policies may be directed to (510) 987-9572. *“Pregnancy” includes pregnancy, childbirth and medical conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth.

ANNUAL FEES, FULL-TIME MBA PROGRAM

The UC Davis Graduate School of Management continually reviews the MBA program to provide the best educational experience. The School and the UC Regents reserve the right to change at any time any of its provisions, statements, policies, curricula, procedures, regulations or fees. This brochure has been prepared with the best data available as of July 2014.

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