Welcome to Leavey School of Business
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, our mission is to create a collaborative learning environment that develops entrepreneurial leaders of competence, conscience, and compassion dedicated to the triple bottom line of people, profit and planet.
Our programs will challenge you to think critically and entrepreneurially, take risks, and take charge. Study what you love with our majors and minors
Silicon Valley walks through our doors at 5 p.m. Our top-ranked graduate business programs inspire responsible business leaders for uncertain, unprecedented times.
Today’s business leaders must power organizations through ambiguous times. Our programs teach how to take initiative, develop a vision for the future, and lead with compassion.
Assistant Professor, Information Systems & Analytics, Program Director for MSIS
Dr. Samorani earned his undergraduate and Master’s degree in computer science from University of Bologna and his Ph.D. in operations and information management from University of Colorado at Boulder. His main research aims at developing and employing data science and optimization techniques to improve efficiency and fairness in health care. Michele’s latest research aims at studying and reducing racial disparity in medical appointment scheduling and was featured on Forbes and cited in a United Nations report.
Feature News and Events
Santa Clara University Executive MBA program (EMBA) is now ranked No. 25 in the country, according to a recent Fortune Education poll. The poll also recognized the Leavey School of Business program for the nation’s most exclusive cohort size, averaging 30-35 students per year.
A new study from GradReports shows that Santa Clara is the No. 2 Business School for Tech, with 7.28% of alumni employed with the Big Five tech companies (Google, Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Microsoft).
Santa Clara University's Executive MBA program (EMBA) is smashing Silicon Valley’s rumored glass ceiling, reporting that 48% of the Class of 2023 are women. A total of 23 students were matriculated into the Leavey School of Business’ premier program and the nearly 50% female enrollment far exceeds the global female MBA enrollment trend of 32% in 2020,