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Accounting

The UC Davis Graduate School of Management’s Undergraduate Accounting Minor gives you the opportunity to enhance your coursework with a carefully crafted series of five upper-division courses. These courses are designed to prepare you for accounting-related careers or advanced study in accounting. All five courses, 20 units total, must be completed to receive the minor certification.  

Business Analytics (MSBA)

Big data has altered the way businesses operate, from marketing and supply chains, to competitive strategy and human resources. The Business Analytics Program integrates STEM perspective into business education and analysis and prepares students to thrive as an innovative leader in the digital economy.

Business Administration (MBA)

The UC Davis MBA program merges teaching excellence, pioneering research and a collaborative leadership program to prepare globally aware, agile leaders who are committed to making a positive impact on the world. The values and principles of social and environmental responsibility and diversity are woven into the very fabric of the school's tight-knit community. Led by internationally recognized faculty, the small class sizes foster camaraderie and close collaboration.

Accountancy (MPAc)

In this 9-month Master of Professional Accountancy program, you gain advanced knowledge of the responsibilities and ethics in accounting, and an understanding of the accountancy standards that apply to U.S., international and publicly traded firms as necessary for CPA licensure. The program starts with a Meet the Firms event, a valuable opportunity to network with representatives from diverse accounting firms and companies to gain insight into the best match for your professional goals.

Technology Management

The UC Davis Graduate School of Management’s Technology Management Minor gives undergraduates the opportunity to complement their studies with courses in business and management. Student and pupils learn skills to enhance their education to be better prepared for leadership and management opportunities in today’s competitive business world.