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Kate Mapstone ('16), Google

In 2022, approximately 34.1% of UCLA Anderson students were hired across the technology industry in functions such as product management, marketing, business analytics, finance, operations, business development and strategy. Companies hiring Anderson students ranged from giants in Silicon Valley and Seattle to local digital media innovators and Silicon Beach startups to technology leaders abroad. The Parker Career Management Center has helped students land a median salary of $140,000, with 71% landing signing bonuses and 82.1% receiving stock and equity options.
Where You Want to Be
The following are some of the organizations hiring UCLA Anderson MBA students in technology (both full-time employment and summer internships):
The specific technology functions UCLA Anderson MBA students enter include:
  • Product Marketing
  • Product Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business Development
  • Strategic Planning
  • Corporate Finance
  • Consulting
  • Operations
  • Human Capital
  • Business Analytics
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See the recruiting, hiring and full-time salary trends for the Class of 2022 and internship data for the Class of 2023.
Students interested in technology must be able to understand innovation, finance, operations, management and the overall industry. Students should understand how to launch a venture, raise funds and lead the enterprise. By exploring verticals such as financial services, health care, education and entertainment, students are prepared to work in any environment, from startups to large global corporations.
Technology Leadership, Entrepreneurship
Sample Electives
  • Technology Management
  • New Product Development
  • Intellectual Property
  • People in Organizations
  • Negotiations Behavior
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Financial Reporting and Equity Valuation
  • Financing the Emerging Enterprise
  • Entrepreneurship and Venture Initiation
  • Business Plan Development
  • Managing Entrepreneurial Operations
  • Managing Entrepreneurial Organizations
  • Managing the Global Digital Economy
  • Spreadsheet Modeling
  • Venture Capital and Private Equity
  • Market Research
Kelsey Anderson ('22)
“ I came to Anderson to pursue a career in technology and transform my leadership mindset. Anderson provides a robust set resources that equipped me with the skills and knowledge needed to successfully launch my career in tech. Parker coaches helped me navigate the industry with ease, the interview prep training program prepared me for a variety of interviews, and the Easton center provided training workshops that helped me build a solid foundational skill set. Through the technology club (AnderTech), I was able to connect with fantastic alumni at all my target companies, and also formed great relationships with both classmates and alumni in the tech industry. ”
Kelsey Anderson ('22)

Program Manager, Video Games. Amazon

Applied Management Research (AMR)
Sample Projects

  • Investigated feasibility of a cloud solution marketed to small-to-medium U.S. businesses by performing competitive analyses for this cloud product
  • Identified market opportunities for a new product offering in the smart home industry
  • Analyzed current market for M&A activity and prepared possible scenarios on strategic moves for a company in the memory and semiconductor technology sector
  • Developed a launch strategy for a digital health platform in Thailand
  • Launched a mobile and web solution platform that creates a community of athletes with the goal of changing the way people participate in sports


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