The School of Management at Cal Lutheran is dedicated to producing graduates who are well prepared to succeed in their personal and professional lives — who lead, think, communicate, and follow through with sustained excellence.
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Latinos may be the key to future US economic growth
Our Center for Economic Research and Forecasting (CERF) presented their report on the contribution of the Latino community to the US economy at L'Attitude, drawing nationwide attention and coverage by many news outlets including CNBC and the Wall Street Journal.
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The MSQE puts a strong emphasis on math, more so than most similar programs would. Working as an Investment Manager at Ameriprise Financial, responsible for analyzing products and investment opportunities, the strong quantitative base from Cal Lutheran makes it easy to decipher what’s snake oil and what’s not.
Investment Manager, Ameriprise Financial
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.Learn more
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
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.Learn more
Economics of Social Issues
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. (Formerly Center for Leadership and Values)Learn more