Certificate Programs

Preparing Students to be Leaders in their Professional Fields

Leaders in Sustainability allows students to create a program tailored to their needs and background, by choosing among the sustainability related opportunities at UCLA. Students take a core course in sustainability and relevant electives and participate in leadership training. Additionally, students have a positive impact on the community as they learn experientially by collaborating on client projects for local businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies. Leaders in Sustainability students also give themselves a career edge by developing a broad knowledge of topics that are increasingly relevant to employers.

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UCLA Anderson School of Management prepares students for international leadership roles through an integrated focus on global research, coursework and innovative programs. Drawing on a half century of leadership in international education, the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) established the Advanced International Management (AIM) Program to respond to an increasingly sophisticated global marketplace. The Professional MBA Programs have customized this certificate program to fit the unique opportunities and needs of Fully Employed (FEMBA) MBA students. The AIM Program allows students to choose from UCLA Anderson and UCLA's various international opportunities and provides students a career edge by developing a broad knowledge of our increasingly complex world.

AIM is an Anderson certificate program that recognizes MBA students with an international focus. AIM students receive a certificate for completing a program of required activities. Students must be in good academic standing (above a 3.0 GPA).

The AIM certificate has five (5) requirements.
  1. Management 205A: International Business Economics or Management 406: The Global Economy
  2. Management 414B/445 - Global Access Program (GAP)
    Student should conduct primary research and travel internationally for the GAP project.
  3. Management 458I: ProMBA's International Studies Course or 459E: FEMBA Exchange Course
  4. Three (3) international electives
    One of the three (3) international electives may be a graduate-level international course from another UCLA department.
    Additional international studies courses can be counted as international electives.
  5. CIBER-sponsored Key Regions/Critical Issues lecture series
    Attend at least three (3) lectures>