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California - Stanford Graduate School of Business (also known as Stanford Business School, or Stanford GSB), located in California, is one of the world's top-most business schools for an MBA degree. Stanford Business School is highly regarded by recruiters for developing creative, entrepreneurial leaders with outstanding general management, analytical, and team work skills. The school is also recognized for its certificate programs in public management and global management.

Apart from offering a 2-year, full-time residential MBA program, the school also offers the Sloan Program, a one-year MS in business for accomplished mid-career executives, as well as a PhD program. The courses offered in the 2-year MBA program are accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, general and interdisciplinary global management, human resource management, leadership, managerial economics, marketing, operations, information and technology, organizational behavior, political economics, public management, and strategic management.

The Stanford GSB also offers a number of dual degree programs in association with other schools at Stanford University, including the schools of education, engineering, law, and medicine. The school is typically listed as one of the top three schools (along with Harvard University's Business School and the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business) in the nation. A large part of this ranking is attributable to the scope of the school's research endeavors, its role in the development of Silicon Valley's leading businesses, and the prominence of its alumni in many leading venture capital and private equity firms, consultancies, and emerging tech companies.

Other highly ranked business schools in California include the University of California, Berkeley - Haas School of Business, the University of California, Los Angeles - Anderson School of Management, the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business, and the University of California, Davis.