Evening & Weekend Berkeley MBA Program


In recognition of the pervasive impact of technology on business, the Berkeley MBA program emphasizes the study of technology through its curriculum and through a variety of special programs.

In The Classroom

Popular electives explore technology and its effects, including:

  • High Technology Marketing Management
  • Customer (and Business) Development in High-Tech Enterprise
  • Biotechnology
  • Managing Innovation and Change

Faculty members such as Professor Henry Chesbrough, who authors leading books on innovation, are influential researchers in the area of technology and business. In addition, professors frequently invite local executives to be guest lecturers in their courses and to partner with them in research projects.

Fisher CIO Leadership Program

The Fisher CIO Leadership Program offers events, courses, and activities of interest to UC Berkeley students and faculty, and to public and private sector executives. The program facilitates development of beneficial relationships between corporate executives and the faculty, staff and students at Berkeley.

Student Clubs and Activities

  • >play Digital Media Conference – entirely student-run by a team of dedicated volunteers, >play—one of the Bay Area's flagship conferences—features keynotes from industry titans, panels on the latest trends, a product expo and rocket pitch, and a career fair.
  • Berkeley Haas Technology Club (HTC) – one of the largest and most active student associations at UC Berkeley, HTC acts as a gateway for students to a highly dynamic ever-evolving hi-tech field.
  • Digital Media & Entertainment Club (DMEC) – a community for students to learn about and get involved with emerging trends at the intersection between digital media and entertainment.

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