Early in your second year, you take the lead in crafting coursework that supports your objectives, using electives to further strengthen your general management skills, take a deeper dive into a specific industry, or focus on courses that explore specific functions.
Evening students find four to five electives on offer each night. Students enrolled in the weekend schedule can select from six to eight electives each semester and may bid on electives in the evening option to further expand choices.
You also have the option to bid on courses dual-listed with the Full-Time and Executive MBA Programs, and to take Sunday day-long classes and summer block week courses. If you don’t see what you need, independent study is another way to pursue an area of interest.
For Evening & Weekend MBA students, learning also means having opportunities to tap into the vast resources of UC Berkeley, the #2 ranked public university by U.S. News & World Report. That includes our highly ranked schools of computer science, economics, engineering, public affairs, and law. You also gain access to high-performing colleagues, world-renowned faculty, and influential thinkers in politics, the arts, and sciences.