Haas School of Business – University of California, Berkeley
The Haas School of Business is one of 14 schools and colleges at the University of California, Berkeley and is located on the eastern side of Berkeley’s campus. In addition to its full-time MBA program, Haas offers part-time and Executive MBA programs. Haas’s MBA curriculum is centered on Berkeley Innovative Leader Development, an approach to business education that emphasizes experiential learning and problem-solving in order to help students become innovative leaders. Haas also helps students shape their education by offering students the ability to design their own courses in conjunction with a faculty member.
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