Developing Leaders Who Shape the Future of Technology

 

Easton prepares the next generation of leaders to drive change in our technology-driven world. Through innovative courses, creative workshops, and high-profile events, the center helps students identify areas for innovation and navigate disruption. Though one-third of our fulltime MBAs go into tech, our focus on leadership skills ensures that students can become pacesetters in any industry.

 

Easton News and Events

 
In the News

Every MBA Needs Tech Skills, Not Just Techies

UCLA Anderson is helping recent graduates like Chenjie Ding bridge the gap between managers and data scientists

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Upcoming Event

The Distinction of Innovation

Learn how tech is being used for societal gain, and catch up on the latest innovations in consumer applications, such as search, autonomous vehicles, e-commerce, enterprise applications, such as IoT, energy, and VR/AR

Friday, January 24

How Anderson Primes You for a Career in Tech

Taylor St. Clair, Senior Product Manager at Amazon

Anderson offers all the courses and resources you need to aim for the company and position you want in tech.

Events

Specialization

Courses

 

Our Pillars

 

Students, faculty, alumni and industry professionals.
The Easton Center connects these pillars through various offerings.

Career Services

Student Perspectives

“Although I am an engineer by trade, I had very limited knowledge and intuition of how tech leaders view the evolving landscape from a “30K ft view” prior to entering the program.”

Stevie Rhim  (FEMBA ’19)
Applications Engineer, Infeon Technologies

 

Visiting Tech Leaders

 

The Easton Technology Management Center brings in a wide range of tech executives and admired thought leaders, including a principal data scientist from Amazon, several VR/AR entrepreneurs, a director of AI and autonomous driving from Hyundia/Kia and many others. These experts participate in Easton events and visit the classroom to relay their experiences from the forefront of the industry.

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