UC Davis Moves Its MBA Program Closer to San Francisco

New campus puts students in closer proximity to Bay Area corporations

The University of California, Davis (UCD) Graduate School of Management has moved its growing Bay Area Working Professionals MBA program to the city of San Ramon, California, just miles east of San Francisco. The move to the Bishop Ranch Business Park puts UCD's MBA students close to corporations in the Bay Area.

For more information, please visit the UCD website.

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