Powering Silicon Valley
Blending multi-cultural, global perspective with the Silicon Valley’s historic foundation of technological innovation, our programs are a reflection of our esteemed, local heritage. With over 80% of our students working in the Valley, our business students and alumni are truly Powering Silicon Valley. The Lucas College and Graduate School of Business offers students considerable choices for their focus area of study with thirteen undergraduate business concentrations, five graduate programs and a variety of certificate programs. The Jack Holland Student Success Center provides individualized attention to help students navigate their educational choices and career path. Our world class Centers and Institutes support the student experience with enhanced education and networking with high caliber, local professionals in a wide range of industries. Unparalleled student resources such as the Gary J. Sbona Honor’s Program, the Thompson Global Internship Program and our renowned faculty provide the resources and environment in which students can explore professional prospects and benefit from unique experiential learning.
Whether it’s strengthening your negotiating skills, working as a team to run a company or gaining hands-on experience through internships, we provide the best of all worlds: cutting-edge, world-class degree programs that offer convenience and flexibility—all at an affordable price.
The central advisement office for all undergraduate business majors. We help with academic planning (includes general education and major course requirements), the graduation application process, understanding college and university policies and procedures, career coaching, and advice for students on academic probation or those disqualified
Undergraduate and graduate programs at the Lucas College and Graduate School of Business are accredited by AACSB International . Less than 5% of business programs worldwide have earned this distinguished hallmark of excellence in business education. AACSB standards relate to curriculum, faculty resources, admissions, degree requirements, computer facilities, financial resources and intellectual climate.