Executive Education

Executive Education ranks #1
Open Enrollment
For Individuals
Customized Solutions
For Organizations
Partner Programs
International Programs
Donna Sharp

A Message from Our Associate Dean

“Pushing boundaries and embracing change are core values at UCLA Anderson Executive Education and are top of mind when designing and developing our courses and programs. Whether virtual or on campus, you will have the same access to leading Anderson faculty, peer networks, and coaches, empowering you to transform your leadership and career. ”

Donna Sharp
Associate Dean
Executive Education

Programs Calendar

5
October
2024
Executive Program (Blended: Live Online & In Person)
Advanced Leadership and Management
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26
November
2024
Women's Leadership Institute (Live Online)
20+ Years of Impact and Inclusion
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23
September
2024
Corporate Governance Program (In Person)
Certifying Board Best Practices Since 1999
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30
April
2024
Women in Governance (Live Online)
Preparing for Board Service
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How We Do It

 

UCLA Anderson Executive Education was ranked the #1 US business school for open enrollment programs by the global 2022 Financial Times Executive Education Ranking. We got there by thinking beyond on campus delivery, embracing and expanding the possibilities of online instruction to meet our clients, wherever they need to be, with innovative and applicable learning experiences.

Faculty Insights

 
Our distinguished faculty draw on their original research and vast teaching experience to create groundbreaking programs that deliver the mindset and skill sets needed to develop the next generation of global business leaders.
Bendersky
Corinne Bendersky
Professor of Management and Organizations
Faculty Miguel Unzueta
Miguel M. Unzueta
Senior Associate Dean of MBA Programs; Professor of Management and Organizations
Ian Larkin
Associate Professor of Strategy
Carla Hayn
Professor of Accounting
Accounting Area Chair

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Email: ExecEd@Anderson.UCLA.edu