MBA & Master’s Guide 2022


Custom Content from the Los Angeles Business Journal

Having an MBA or other advanced degree has always provided a number of advantages, both for the degree-carrying professionals as well as the organizations that hire them. As advancements in technology continue to reshape the world, and unexpected challenges to the global economy have arisen, the demand for leaders capable of leveraging these technologies and working on solutions to the challenges is at an all-time high.

Executive MBA programs give students the tools they need to position themselves as invaluable leaders in the market. These programs provide students with the opportunity to explore new professions, seek out new industries and experience outside-the-box thinking that can befit an organization and a career simultaneously. As a result, the need for up-to-date MBA and other advanced degree programs is continuing to rise. This section spotlights and profiles some of the best programs in the region today.

Inside this supplement:
UCLA Anderson School of Management
California State University, Northridge – David Nazarian College of Business and Economics
Pepperdine University – Graziadio Business School
UC Riverside – A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management
Loyola Marymount University College of Business Administration
Woodbury University
Claremont Graduate University – Drucker School of Management
Saybrook University – Sustainable Social Impact
USC Marshall School of Business
USC Gould School – Master of Studies in Law
University of La Verne – College of Business and Public Management
Mount Saint Mary’s University

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