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Values-based decision making is a thread that runs across our entire MBA curriculum. Through immersive courses in sustainability, equity and social impact, UCLA Anderson prepares students to address society’s most pressing challenges and graduate with a clear understanding of how positive social impact can be achieved across all sectors, industries and functions of the working world.

MGMT295F: Social Entrepreneurship - Business Models for Social Impact

SGD8 SGD8 SGD8 SGD8 SGD8

MGMT298D: Impact Creation, Analysis and Evaluation

SDG12 SGD8 SGD8 SGD8

MGMT298D: Technology and Society: A Dynamic Relationship and The Changing Role of Leaders (New for Spring 2021)

MGMT225: Law and Management of Nonprofits

MGMT298E: Leading for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

MGMT298E: Energy, Climate Change and Finance

MGMT271A: Medtech Innovation I: Entrepreneurial Opportunities in Medical Technology

MGMT275: Current Topics in Emerging Technologies: Health Care Technology

MGMT252: Persuasion and Influence

MGMT246A: Business and the Environment

SDG13 SGD8 SGD8 SGD8 SGD8

MGMT298E: Accounting, Finance and ESG (New for Spring 2021)

MGMT298: Impact Investing I and II

MGMT298E: Affordable Housing Development

MGMT298D: Values, Ethics and Tradeoffs

MGMT298D: Non-Market Risks and Understanding Politics: Global Context of Doing Business

MGMT293: Ethical Considerations in Business

MGMT421B: Choice Architecture: How to Nudge Others to Make Better Decisions

MGMT254: Incentives and Motivations in Organizations

MGMT250D: Patterns of Problem Solving