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UC Business School emphasis entrepreneurship

scrsk8scrsk8 Registered User Posts: 189 Junior Member
edited October 2008 in UC Transfers
Which UC has the best/most renowned business school? Are there any UCs that have programs involving entrepreneurship? Thanks!
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Replies to: UC Business School emphasis entrepreneurship

  • Malishka31Malishka31 Registered User Posts: 2,971 Senior Member
    For undergrad only HAAS has a business program. (Maybe UCI has something but i am not too certain)

    For graduate school there is HAAS and Anderson (CAL and UCLA respectively)
  • l84ad8l84ad8 - Posts: 144 Junior Member
    Dam, those schools better teach me how to be an entrepreneur!
  • kmzizzlekmzizzle Registered User Posts: 1,248 Senior Member
    none, it sucks

  • Miserlou57Miserlou57 Registered User Posts: 89 Junior Member
    Both Berkeley (Haas) and UC Riverside offer Business Administration undergrad degrees. Irvine has the graduate degree and also just created the undergrad major too. However, I believe it isn't accepting applications until 2010. At the Graduate level Berkeley is top of the line, and UCLA is very well respected too. I think UCLA's has some kind of emphasis in entrepreneurship... I read about it in Inc. magazine, but you'd have to check it out.
  • drifto2kdrifto2k Registered User Posts: 133 Junior Member
    Also many the UC's have business economics.
  • Miserlou57Miserlou57 Registered User Posts: 89 Junior Member
    They do, but they take care to point out they are still primarily economics degrees. For example, the only things setting UCSC's "Business Management Economics" major apart are two (lame) accounting classes, four "business management" electives, and two programming/ISM classes. Everything else is strictly the typical Econ major.
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