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.
To keep up with the demands of today’s ever-changing business climate, the Leavey School of Business offers highly competitive centers and institutes ranging from innovation and entrepreneurship to farming and sustainability. No matter your interest, graduates of our programs are in demand.
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Associate Dean; Professor, Economics
Professor Sundstrom teaches courses in data analysis and econometrics; the economics of race, ethnicity, and gender; economic history; economics of the environment; and MBA microeconomics. He is also the newly appointed Associate Dean of Faculty at the Leavey School of Business.
Professor Sundstrom's research interests include poverty and inequality; the economic history of labor markets, education, and related institutions; and the economics of race and gender. Recent research projects include the determinants of food and water insecurity and the impact of climate change in rural Central America; housing and development policies in Silicon Valley; the impact of criminal records and policies to clear them; and the causes and effects of public libraries in the United States.
In a move that runs counter to COVID-19 driven national and state trends, the Santa Clara University Executive MBA program (EMBA) enrollment increased 85% over last year, despite the COVID-19 pandemic that caused plummeting college enrollment, estimated by the Fitch Rating Group to be as high as 20%.
The Leavey School of Business' Evening MBA Data Science and Business Analytics concentration receives designation as a STEM program.
Janice Charley had already had some board experience prior to enrolling in the inaugural session of the Silicon Valley Executive Center’s Women’s Corporate Board Readiness (WCBR) program. She had been appointed as a chairman of the board of a company after serving as their consulting CFO for 3 years.