A key component of your graduate business education occurs outside the formal classroom setting. At Santa Clara we call it "educating the whole person" — shaping the intellect, the spirit, and the personality. Whether through cohort-based classes or team-focused projects, the people you meet at SCU often become lifelong contacts. They may one day be your co-workers, managers or business partners, and they often become part of your network of friends and trusted advisers. We designed our new building to maximize spontaneous meetings and informal study groups, while our Student Life and Career Management staff develop social and professional networking opportunities.
Staff in Graduate Business Career Management assist you in developing skills to plan and manage your career. For details on programs and services, visit the Career Management page here »
A global perspective is a requirement for today's business professional and Santa Clara's graduate business program offers short-term international study for working professionals. See a video on our global engagement emphasis here »
Opportunities to extend your personal and professional connections exist outside the classroom, too.You'll develop new friends through nearly a dozen student networks organized around specific interests and industries, and you can polish your leadership skills through work on the Inter-Network Council (INC), which coordinates the networks and serves as a liaison with business school administrators. Learn more about the Student Networks and find links to their pages here »
Combining business classrooms, executive education facilities, faculty offices, and business school administration, Lucas Hall is one of the newest buildings on the Santa Clara University campus (called one of the most beautiful college campuses in the nation). Graduate business students can take advantage of all student resources available on campus, including athletic facilities, libraries, and dining services. More detail about our facilities is found here »