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I have had amazing opportunities to work on projects and deliver them to clients that the professors have brought in - for a majority of my courses. These clients listen to our ideas and have plans to implement them, which is an experience I never thought I would have. I really appreciate being able to take concepts that I have learned and have a client then come to us, seeking for our advice and thoughts.
We focus strongly on our four Pillars: Students Always, Question the Status Quo, Beyond Yourself, and Confidence without Attitude. These pillars are integrated into our course seamlessly.
Haas is unique in that it gives students the opportunity to take classes from top professors who are at the leading edge of their industry or are even preconditioning concurrently. This gives students real-world experience and makes them more dynamic after graduation.
They adhere to their core values: Question the Status Quo, Student Always, Confidence Without Attitude, and Beyond Yourself. Haas provides students with many resources, however, nothing is spoon fed. Students are forced to take initiative, thus creating more leaders within the program.
Competitive culture. Students here are highly admirable for their dedication and thirst for success. You will not easily find a mediocre at Haas.
We have four principles that are engrained in us once we are accepted, they are the business school sense of morality that many other schools may not have. Our Dean, faculty, and administration is above par and they fit very well with Berkeley and Haas' culture. Everyone wants to see you succeed, learn, and grow.
Not many UC offer Business Administration undergraduate program, which has very strong base to apply to MBA program.
The Undergraduate Haas school of Business provides courses to accommodate to a wide range of interests. My business elective courses have by far been the best courses I've taken, allowing me to learn about social entrepreneurship and work with MBAs to provide a nonprofit with consulting services.
Challenging courses that emphasize practical skills with stimulating subject matter; the opportunity to be both within a business program but also have a major in the College of Arts and Science
We have a lot of classes and programs that focus on sustainability and socially responsible business classes. I also feel that we have quite a breadth of leadership classes that many undergrad programs do not offer.
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