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Admissions Requirements for the Graduate Major in Management: M.B.A.

Applying

After exploring options and choosing a specific program, follow the steps on our University’s graduate application process:

Deadlines to apply

April 15, 2017

Admission Limited to

Fall

Exams & GRE Types

GMAT

Letters of Recommendation

2

UCLA-Wide Graduate Admissions Requirements

Degree-Specific Admissions Requirements

In addition to the University's minimum requirements and those listed above, all applicants are expected to comply with the instructions below.

Although no specific undergraduate major is required for entrance, applicants should complete elementary algebra and differential calculus before entering the M.B.A. program.

The M.B.A. program application, which includes the application for admission to graduate status, is required. Completed applications, with full documentation, must be submitted online by the above deadline. Early application is strongly advised.

Consideration is given to the academic record, score on the GMAT and, for applicants whose native language is not English, score on the TOEFL or IELTS; potential for management as evidenced by work experience and community, extracurricular, or other experience; and several written essays and letters of recommendation. Preference is given to those who have had full-time work experience since completing the bachelor's degree.

Management, M.B.A./Urban and Regional Planning, M.U.R.P.

The Anderson Graduate School of Management and the Department of Urban Planning (Luskin School of Public Affairs) offer a three-year concurrent degree program designed for students who seek careers which draw on general and specialized skills in urban planning and management. By providing knowledge of the workings of both the private and public sectors, the program enables individuals who have acquired these skills to move easily between careers in private industry and public service. Application information should be requested separately from both schools.

Management, M.B.A./Computer Science, M.S.

The Anderson Graduate School of Management and the Department of Computer Science (Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science) offer a concurrent degree program which enables students to complete requirements for the M.S. in Computer Science and the M.B.A. in three academic years. Application information should be requested separately from both schools.

Management, M.B.A./Latin American Studies, M.A.

The Anderson Graduate School of Management and the Latin American Studies Program offer a three-year concurrent degree program designed for individuals preparing for careers in international management with a special focus on the Latin American region. The program is predicated on the belief that individuals employed in the area of international business and management are better equipped to meet the challenges of their employment with complementary preparation in language and regional studies. Application information should be requested separately from both schools.

Management, M.B.A./Law, J.D.

The Anderson School of Management and the School of Law offer a concurrent degree program which enables students to prepare for a career where law and management overlap and where understanding of both fields is necessary. Examples of such areas include public service, international trade, industrial relations, corporate law, and specialized areas of management consulting. The program makes it possible to earn the J.D. and M.B.A. in four academic years. Application information should be requested separately from both schools.

Management, M.B.A./Library and Information Science, M.L.I.S.

The Anderson Graduate School of Management and the Department of Information Studies (Graduate School of Education and Information Studies) offer a three-year concurrent degree program designed to provide an integrated set of courses for students who seek careers that draw on general and specialized skills in the two professional fields. Application information should be requested separately from both schools.

Management, M.B.A./Medicine, M.D.

The Anderson Graduate School of Management and the Geffen School of Medicine offer a concurrent degree program which enables students to prepare for a career where medicine and management overlap and where understanding of both fields is necessary. Examples of such areas include medical management at a hospital center and management of health care delivery. The program makes it possible to earn the M.D. and the M.B.A. in five academic years. Applications should be made to the M.B.A. in the third year of medical school.

Management, M.B.A./Nursing, M.N.

The Anderson Graduate School of Management and the School of Nursing offer a three-year concurrent degree program designed for students who seek careers in hospital and nursing administration. By providing knowledge of both management and clinical care issues, the program prepares individuals for management positions in an increasingly complex environment. Application information should be requested separately from both schools.

Management, M.B.A./Public Health, M.P.H.

The Anderson Graduate School of Management and the School of Public Health offer a three-year concurrent degree program designed for students who desire a management career in health care and related fields and who wish in-depth professional preparation for such a career. The program reflects the combined interest of employers, faculty, and students who recognize the increasing challenges facing managers in the health care industry and the need for individuals who are skilled in dealing with these challenges. Application information should be requested separately from both schools.

Management, M.B.A./Public Policy, M.P.P.

The Anderson Graduate School of Management and the Department of Policy Studies (Luskin School of Public Affairs)offer a three-year concurrent degree program which enables students to pursue the Master of Public Policy and the Master of Business Administration degrees simultaneously. This concurrent degree program is designed for students who seek careers that require expertise in policy making and management and enables them to move easily among careers in public service, nonprofit, and the private sector. Application information should be requested separately from both schools.

Management, M.B.A./Dentistry, D.D.S.

The Anderson Graduate School of Management and the School of Dentistry offer a three-year concurrent degree program which enables students to pursue the Doctor of Dental Surgery and the Master of Business Administration degrees simultaneously. This concurrent degree program is designed for students who seek careers that would benefit from the integration of business administration and dentistry. Application information should be requested separately from both schools.

Program Name

Management: M.B.A.

Leading to the degree of

M.B.A.

Major Code

008J

Address

B-201 Gold Hall
110 Westwood Plaza
Box 951481
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1481

Phone

(310) 825-6944

Email

mba.admissions@anderson.ucla.edu

Website

www.mba.anderson.ucla.edu