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 and centers
  • ~2500 students in six degree programs
  • One of only two U.S. schools in the Global Network for Advanced Management

Programs

Full-time MBA

  •  ~550 students, 2-year program
  • #7 U.S. News
  • #7 Bloomberg Businessweek
  • #8  The Financial Times among U.S. schools (#12 globally)

Evening & Weekend MBA

  • ~800 students, 2.5- to 3-year program
  • #2 part-time MBA, U.S. News

MBA for Executives

  • ~140 students, 22-month program
  • #1, The Economist (globally)

Undergraduate

  • ~700 students, 2-year program
  • #3 U.S. News
  • #1 for ROI, Payscale.com

Master of Financial Engineering

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

PhD

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

Executive Education

  • 40+ open enrollment courses in leadership, entrepreneurship, strategy, and finance
  • 70+ customized programs for corporate, government, and university clients
  • 2500+ participants across all open-enrollment, custom, and online programs

Faculty

  • ~90 tenure-track faculty
  • ~194 professional faculty
  • 2 Nobel prizes

Alumni Network

  • Over 40,000 alumni in more than 80 countries

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