Berkeley Haas is one of the world’s leading producers of new ideas and knowledge in all areas of business — which includes the distinction of having two of its faculty members receive the Nobel Prize in Economics.

Founded 1898 with a gift by Cora Jane Flood, Berkeley Haas is the second oldest business school in the U.S.

  • 15 institutes & centers
  • ~2500 students in six degree programs
  • One of only three U.S. schools in the Global Network for Advanced Management

Programs

Full-time MBA

  •  ~550 students, 2-year program
  • #7 U.S. News
  • #10 The Financial Times (globally)
  • #7 The Economist (globally)

Evening & Weekend MBA

  • ~800 students, 2.5- to 3-year program
  • #1 part-time MBA, U.S. News (4th straight year)

MBA for Executives

  • ~140 students, 19-month program
  • #4, The Economist (globally)

Undergraduate

  • ~700 students, 2-year program
  • #3 U.S. News
  • #1 for ROI, Payscale.com
  • Also offers simultaneous business and engineering Management, Entrepreneurship & Technology Program

Master of Financial Engineering

  • ~80 students, 1-year program
  • #1 program, QuantNet
  • #1 program, TFE Times

PhD

  • ~70 students
  • Highly competitive program prepares grads to become global thought leaders

Berkeley Executive Education

  • 1700+ participants from 750 countries
  • 37 open-enrollment courses in management, leaders, and innovation
  • 59 custom corporate programs

Faculty

  • 74 tenure-track faculty
  • 167 professional faculty
  • 2 Nobel prizes

Alumni Network

  • Over 41,000 alumni in more than 80 countries

University of California, Berkeley

  • #4 university (globally) U.S. News
  • 7 Nobel Prizes held by current faculty
  • 30 Nobel prizes held by alumni