Winter 2014 Newsletter

Happenings

Lucas Graduate School MBA Program Restructured

The LCOB has restructured the MBA program to deliver a better experience for students in a more effective and efficient format. The Early Career MBAis tailored for individuals with limited professional work experience. The MBA for Professionals is designed for individuals with five or more years of professional of work experience. With both programs, students are able to choose and adjust the pace in which they complete their degree to accommodate a demanding work and life schedule. In addition, the restructuring has enabled the Graduate School to guarantee elective offerings as well as streamlining course scheduling for both students and faculty.


Dean's Corner

This is the first of a series of concise "Dean's Corner" communications to keep you abreast of the many exciting activities at our College. The theme will be "Did You Know?" items that make our College distinctive and contribute to the excellent academic experience of our students.

I have some good news from the recent 2015 edition of the U.S. News & World Report college rankings. Based on the rankings for public colleges offering only bachelor's and master's degrees in the Bay Area:

  • Lucas College is #1 for undergraduate business programs

  • Based on scores on the GMAT entrance test, the Lucas Graduate School is #1 for Part-Time MBA programs

Needless to say, we should all be very proud!

Have a great Holiday Season and a Happy New Year!


In The Know

Did you know: Over 80% of our graduates live and work in the Bay Area? 

Quick News

Sargon Jacob, an MIS student in the Lucas College of Business wins 1st place - Best Overall Innovation at the Silicon Valley Innovation Challenge held on November 19th.

On the Calendar

Lucas College and Graduate School of Business Fall Convocation Ceremony, Friday December 19. 

Other Notes

Jeff Gaines, a lecturer in the department of Management Information Systems, died on August 5th. Recognized as Outstanding Lecturer 2010-2011, he went significantly above and beyond what is expected of a teacher