University of California, San Diego: Rady

9500 Gilman Drive, MC 0553, La Jolla, California, 92093, United States

About University of California, San Diego: Rady

The Rady School of Management is the University of California San Diego’s graduate-level business school.

Rady is located in the northwest corner of the UC San Diego campus in La Jolla, north of the centre and runs across Otterson Hall, a 50,000 square feet building of classrooms, offices and community space, overlooking the Pacific. Connecting with Otterson Hall is the Wells Fargo Hall that was built in 2012. As well as classrooms, conference rooms, the building alos features a behavioural lab and the J.R. Beyster.

Undergraduate programmes have a core of business, management and accounting skills and minors range across business, accounting and entrepreneurship and innovation, with a supply chain minor due soon.

Graduate programmes offered include Full-Time MBA, FlexMBA, MS in business analytics, master of professional accountancy and master of finance. Executive education courses and a PhD course are also offered.

Among Rady’s research centres is the California Institute for Innovation and Development that comprises of a number of projects that encourage startups innovative solutions (StartR, mystartupXX [for female entrepreneurs]), Triton Innovation Challenge, Veteran Ventures, Rady Venture Fund (a student-assisted venture capital fund that provides a source of funding for local startup companies), Social Venture Accelerator, Rady Innovation Fellows and Launchpad.

Other centres cover employer ownership (Beyster Institute), business analytics, social innovation, industry collaboration (Institute for Supply Excellence and Innovation), bilateral knowledge (US-Israel Center on Innovation and Economic Sustainability) decision-making (Rady Behavioral Lab) and thought leadership (Center for Executive Development).