UCLA Anderson's six specialized academic centers emphasize academic and thematic strengths within the curriculum. Each center supports cutting-edge research, the development of new courses, extracurricular activities, and interactive events such as conferences for students, alumni, and the business community. They also provide a variety of opportunities for continuing education and ongoing contact with scholars, students, and community and industry leaders.
- UCLA Anderson Forecast: Provides forecasts for the economies of California and the United States.
- Laurence and Lori Fink Center for Finance and Investments: The Laurence and Lori Fink Center for Finance & Investments sponsors research, teaching and the application of financial knowledge in the global corporate and investment community.
- Center for Global Management (CGM) / UCLA CIBER: The Center for Global Management prepares global leaders for rapidly changing markets and organizations. Building upon and integrating the programs and activities established by UCLA CIBER (Center for International Business Education & Research), a federally funded program, CGM serves as an umbrella organization for global activity at the school, promoting and imparting a global management mindset in our students, faculty, alumni and the broader community through research, teaching, and community engagement in issues that are central to the global agenda for management.
- Center for Management of Enterprise in Media, Entertainment and Sports (MEMES): Examines the forces of change on the management of enterprises in media, entertainment and sports including the impacts of technology, consolidation, and globalization.
- The Harold and Pauline Price Center for Entrepreneurial Studies: Coordinates all teaching, research, extracurricular, and community activities related to entrepreneurship at UCLA Anderson.
- Richard S. Ziman Center for Real Estate: A worldwide leader in real estate teaching and research. Its research, teaching and outreach activities draw upon faculty and departments throughout UCLA, including management, law, public policy, urban planning, engineering and architecture.