The Walter A. Haas School of Business is one of 14 schools and colleges at the University of California, Berkeley. It is consistently ranked among the very best in the nation for its business programs.

The School offers a top MBA program which requires completion of 21 units of core courses and 30 units of elective courses. Berkeley MBA students have the option to earn a certificate in one of five areas of study: Global Management, Real Estate, Health Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology.

The Berkeley Full-Time MBA Program is ranked among the best in the world by a number of international league tables.

MBA Rankings and Ratings:

- The Berkeley Full-time MBA Program was ranked 7th in the 2010 US News & World Report. Both the Berkeley-Columbia EMBA and Evening & Weekend M.B.A. programs were ranked 6th. The school's MBA programs were placed in the top 10 in the following six specialties:
   - 3rd in Nonprofit
   - 7th in Entrepreneurship
   - 8th in Finance
   - 9th in Marketing
   - 9th in Management
   - 10th in International

- The Haas Undergraduate Program was placed 2nd (tied with MIT Sloan) in the 2010 US News & World Report. It was placed highly in the following specialties:
   - 3rd in finance
   - 3rd in management
   - 4th in marketing
   - 4th in quantitative analysis/methods
   - 5th in real estate

- Haas School is placed in the Top 10 in the following areas of study in the 2009 US News & World Report: Finance, Marketing, Management, Entrepreneurship, International, and Nonprofit. The Full-time M.B.A. rated 7th, the Evening & Weekend MBA rated 6th, and the Berkeley-Columbia EMBA Program rated 8th in the U.S. News.

- 16th among US schools and 31st in the world for its MBA programs, according to the Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2009. Haas faculty research was ranked 7th in the world. It was placed highly in several categories:
   - #2 top salaries in IT
   - #5 best in corporate social responsibility
   - #6 best in entrepreneurship
   - #8 top salaries in consulting

- In 2008 it was placed 15th in the US and 32nd globally for its MBA and 1st in Corporate Social Responsibility (Financial Times). Faculty research in 2008 was placed No. 9.

- The Haas School was placed 9th in a ranking of the top ten business schools for Hispanic students compiled by Hispanic Business magazine (September 2009 issue).

- The Haas School of Business was placed 12th in the 2009 Forbes “Return on Investment” ranking for full-time MBA programs.

- 4th for MBA program integrating issues of Social & Environmental Stewardship (Beyond Grey Pinstripes).

- 5th best for MBA program in Corporate Social Responsibility, according to the 2007 Net Impact Student Guide to Graduate Business Programs.

- 4th among US schools and 5th globally for the Full-time M.B.A. Program by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) 2008.

- Berkeley-Columbia EMBA program was placed 12th internationally in the Wall Street Journal EMBA Ranking 2008. It was also placed 10th in the student survey, 7th in the recruiter survey, and 16th in the management skills assessment.

- 2nd for MBA Program in Corporate Responsibility in The Wall Street Journal 2007 and 2006 Recruiter's Survey & Ranking of Top Business Schools.

- Haas School of Business was placed No. 7 in the Wall Street Journal/Harris Interactive Business School Survey 2005.

- 15th in the Forbes ranking based on return on financial investment in full time MBA programs (2005).

- 11th among Top MBA programs for integrating social and environmental issues into its curriculum.(Aspen Institute 2005).
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World University Ranking Tables

America - US News & World Report, The Princeton Review, BusinessWeek
Canada - Maclean's, Gourman Report Ranking of Canadian Universities
UK - Sunday Times, Guardian, Times Good University Guide, Daily Telegraph
World - Shanghai Jiao Tong ARWU Rankings, Webometrics, Newsweek