UCLA Anderson School of Management

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DEFINITION of 'UCLA Anderson School of Management'

A world-famous business school that provides courses in a wide variety of majors. The UCLA Anderson School of Management offers degrees in accounting, marketing, finance, business and many other disciplines. The school offers degrees at the undergradaute, graduate and doctorate levels.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'UCLA Anderson School of Management'

The Anderson School of Management was founded in 1935. Its mission is to provide sound, comprehensive business education and thought management to students in southern California. Today it stands as a leading global institution of business learning.

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