Our faculty have designed a new MBA program filled with cutting-edge classes drawing from the collective knowledge of Silicon Valley executives. This two year part-time program will cater to the working professional and is now taking applications for the inaugural cohort that will begin in January 2017.
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Business School student receives Ray Greenly Scholarship
RMI student Giannina Ong '17 recently received the Ray Greenly Scholarship from the National Retail Federation. Read more »
Rory Byrne : Named EVP of Business Development
Alumnus Rory Byrne MBA '00 was recently named Executive Vice President of Business Development at Billtrust. Read more »
CAPE : Fueling Entrepreneurial Dreams
Inc. listed SCU's California Program for Entrepreneurship as an effective way to prevent student debt from inhibiting an entrepreneur's visions. Read more »
Nelson Chan : Appointed to Board of Socket Mobile
Nelson C. Chan MBA ’89 was recently appointed to the Board of Directors of Socket Mobile. Read more »
Economic Impact : CIE Driving Innovation
A study conducted by ICF International quantified SCU's economic effect on the Bay Area, featuring the work of LSB's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Read more »
Blair Hull : The World's Greatest Investors
Alumnus Blair Hull MBA '69 shares his story, as well as his experiences with, and advice about, investing wisely, in MoneyWeek. Read more »
Rich Ruben : Joins FDH Velocitel Board
Alumnus Rich Ruben MBA '80, J.D. '80 was appointed to FDH Velocitel's board of managers. Read more »
Marla Sanchez : Joins Rocket EMS
Alumna Marla Sanchez MBA '83 recently joined Rocket EMS as CEO and Executive Director. Read more »
Michael Santoro : Election Blindness
Michael Santoro, professor of management, was quoted in Salon about an American debt crisis expected to hit after the election. Read more »
Teny Shaprio : A Later Start for Kids
Research into the benefits of starting school later by Teny Shapiro, assistant professor of economics, was mentioned in an op-ed in the LA Times. Read more »