School of Management

Forward Together

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. 

Our Programs
Our Programs

Choose a degree from a variety of professional fields with multiple campuses and online study options.

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Our faculty
Our Faculty

Our faculty will help you develop a high-demand skill set that will advance your career.

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Building networks
Our Community

This is a place where students, alumni, faculty, and business leaders convene to explore ideas and shape the future.

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Achieved Full Accreditation by ACBSP

The School of Management recently achieved full accreditation by ACBSP, the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs - the premiere accreditation body for teaching-focused business schools. This puts us in the top tier of business schools in the nation, and is a guarantee that our students receive the very best education that they deserve.

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Academic Programs

500+

Undergraduate Students

900+

Graduate Students

11,000+

Alumni Around the World

120+

Annual Events

170+

Faculty and Instructors

6

Global Travel Courses

98

Advisory Council & Board Members

3

Academic & Research Centers

View the School of Management "Snapshot" report for more facts and figures.

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Being a woman in the workplace brings unique challenges, so it's been great to connect with the other women in my EMBA program. I've been meeting monthly with a group of them to discuss what’s going on in our worlds, sound out opportunities and celebrate successes. It’s awesome being able to learn from each other, and they are incredibly impressive and inspiring. We also later connected with a guest speaker from our Information Systems class, who gave us great insight on successfully navigating an industry still woefully underrepresented when it comes to women.

Arlene Martinez
Communications Director, Good Jobs First

Academic Centers
CERF

Center for
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.

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Steven Dorfman Center for
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.

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CCESI

Center for
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)

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