A Distinctive Partnership
The Berkeley-Columbia Executive MBA brought together two extraordinary faculties from two top-ranked business schools in two of the world's great business centers - New York City and the San Francisco Bay Area - in a single unique program that helped students acquire the requisite skills and vision needed for the next stage of success. Graduates of the program earned two MBA degrees - one from Columbia University and one from the University of California, Berkeley - and belong to a powerful two-school alumni network of more than 75,000 people worldwide.
The Berkeley-Columbia Executive MBA Program will be ending in February 2013 with the graduation of its last class.
Tim Campos, MBA 11
Before joining Facebook as its CIO, Tim Campos was the youngest CIO of a Fortune 500 company, KLA-Tencor at age 33.
“As CIO, you're exposed to a lot of different sides of the company. I figured I already knew a lot about business. What I learned in going through this program is the meaning behind things. I liken it to the difference between looking at a sheet of music and hearing the music. It connects someplace inside of you.”
“All my conversations, all my studies-whether in corporate finance, macroeconomics, capital markets-really helped me understand why things are the way they are and I use that deep understanding to drive value for my company every day.“