School of Management
A community of leaders.
Through scholarship, diverse learning experiences and community engagement, the School of Management at California Lutheran University advances professional acumen and purpose to develop current and future generations of leaders.
We are a constantly growing community of motivated students, faculty, alumni and partners, working together to shape the future with bold, inquisitive and responsible leadership.
We encourage our students to develop a sense of purpose in their education, careers, and lives. Our goal is to help our graduates bring what they do best as individuals to the world.
In this way, they will become leaders capable of effecting vital and positive transformations in our communities.
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We offer a wide array of degrees designed to meet professional and personal goals. Many of our graduate programs offer accelerated program options, multiple campuses, and online study options.
Our faculty prepare students for the competitive world that awaits beyond the classroom, and empower professionals from a wide variety of fields to gain expertise in a high demand skill set that can advance their careers.
The School of Management is an engaging center for activity in a thriving region, where students, alumni, faculty, and business and community leaders convene to explore ideas, learn from one another, and shape the future together.
Economic Research & Forecasting
Our nationally recognized and valued economic modeling center is a go-to source on national and regional levels for accurate assessment and forecasting of economic trends and insightful analysis for the professional community.
An entrepreneurial incubator for the business community from Santa Barbara to Los Angeles, establishing an ecosystem to encourage collaboration and resource sharing between entrepreneurs, funding sources, mentors, and partners.
Leadership and Values
We provide resources, articles, speakers, and an extensive online database to promote discussions on value-based leadership within the University and in the larger community.