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MBA Degrees

Your MBA degree can catalyze your future as our career-focused curriculum introduces you to disciplines and functions that will use your natural talents and the advanced skills you’ve acquired at Santa Clara. Exposure to real-world issues from varied perspectives helps students apply business theory to actual challenges in the workplace, making our MBA curriculum among the most relevant and innovative offered.
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MS Degrees

The MS programs at SCU are designed to challenge you and expand your thinking. You’ll gain solid analytical skills and comprehensive business knowledge, and have ample exposure to problem solving that will give you both the practical skills and the confidence to shape your future.

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You’ll get a sense of the breadth of our degree programs as well as meet faculty, students, alumni, and admissions staff during our Information Sessions. Held 10 times a year, these informal gatherings feature a brief overview of the Leavey School of Business and break-out sessions focused on a particular degree program. These popular sessions fill us rapidly, so
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SCU Alumni Rocking Silicon Valley Business
SCU Alumni Rocking Silicon Valley Business

Six Santa Clara University alumnae have made the Silicon Valley Business Journal’s 2015 Women of Influence annual list.

Supply Chain Conference Brings Industry Leaders Together
Supply Chain Conference Brings Industry Leaders Together

The 4th annual Supply Chain Management Directors’ Conference took place on Santa Clara University’s campus March 4-6, 2015. Co-hosted by the Leavey School of Business and the Jindal School of Management at UT Dallas, the conference is a leading colloquium for designing, developing, and reinventing supply chain management (SCM) programs.

MBA Program Ranked #37 of 323
MBA Program Ranked #37 of 323

SCU's MBA program was ranked #37 in "The Best Grad Schools Guide 2016" published by U.S. News & World Report last week, improving from #46 last year, and tying with Villanova, Georgia, SMU, UC Irvine, Clemson, and Boston College