Graziadio School of Business and Management, Pepperdine University, USA
Graziadio School of Business and Management
A leader in cultivating entrepreneurship and digital innovation, the Pepperdine University Graziadio School of Business and Management focuses on the real-world application of MBA-level business concepts. Founded in 1969, The Graziadio School provides student-focused, globally-oriented education through part-time, full-time, and Executive MBA programs at the eight California campuses, as well as through online and hybrid formats. In addition, The Graziadio School offers a variety of Master of Science programs, a Bachelor of Science in Management degree completion program, and Presidential and Key Executives MBA and executive education certificate programs. The Graziadio School believes the most successful careers in business incorporate personal integrity, compassion, and broad thinking. The Graziadio School is committed to personal success that aligns with a greater good. The foundational principles and values are meant to challenge students and inspire more fulfilling careers. More than 37,000 graduates across the globe actively shape today's world of business and seek to cultivate a spirit of philanthropy, dedication, and community, strengthening one another's lives for purpose, service, and leadership.
Graziadio case collection
Many of the cases are developed out of the E2B program, an integral part of the Graziadio Business School learning experience. Annually the program takes on over 50 consulting projects that are constructed into live business case studies undertaken by teams of students as part of their coursework. The E2B course for MBA candidates is one of the Top 10 College Courses That Will Pay Off at Work, according to U.S. News & World Report. This unique class gives students the opportunity to act as consultants for companies who have come to Pepperdine for assistance with real-time business challenges. These result in rich cases with teaching notes and supplementary materials based on recent business issues and topics that are presented in the classroom before being added to the collection.