As a Berkeley MBA for Executives student, you study with faculty drawn from the same pool as our full-time MBA program, professors who are among the most innovative, influential scholars in the world of business—and who incorporate the workplace experience of our high-achieving students into classroom learning.
Berkeley-Haas professors are discoverers of knowledge that brings new insights to organizational, management, and financial practices. Their ideas are applied in businesses around the world--and integrated into the classroom experience. Berkeley-Haas research has garnered global recognition, including two Nobel Prizes in Economics since 1994.
Your adjunct professors and lecturers are experienced industry practitioners, such as: Peter Goodson, a private equity pioneer who teaches the M&A course; Sara Beckman, a leader in introducing design thinking into MBA classrooms who teaches the Applied Innovation Immersion Week; and Mark Rittenberg, an executive coach who has empowered leaders worldwide for more than 20 years and teaches Leadership Communications.
Berkeley-Haas faculty members are skilled teachers, able to convey complex issues clearly and memorably. They appreciate the depth of expertise executive MBA students bring to the program and frequently engage in lively discussion both in and out of the classroom. The intense shared experience of field immersions fosters especially meaningful connections between students and faculty.
Many of our faculty have distinguished themselves through public service, such as Haas Professor Emeritus Janet Yellen, currently serving as Chair of the Federal Reserve, and Professor Laura Tyson, who has served as an advisor to Presidents: Barack Obama and Bill Clinton and leads our Institute for Business & Social Impact.
Berkeley-Haas is home to leading research centers and institutes that also serve as hubs for student education and activity, through guest speakers, experiential learning opportunities, fellowships, and case competitions. These include the Berkeley-Haas Entrepreneurship Program, the Institute for Business & Social Impact, the Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics, and the Energy Institute at Haas.