No. However, all prospective students should have a working knowledge of algebra and differential calculus before beginning their coursework. Admitted students must also have a working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel; workshops are available at UCLA Anderson and students are advised to achieve competency before beginning graduate study.
Academic work involves accessing UCLA Anderson's electronic network, therefore each student is required to have an appropriately configured laptop computer. Admitted students will receive computer purchasing information and necessary laptop configuration details with their orientation materials.