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Finding Aid for the Graduate School of Management. Administrative files of James Jackson 1966-1988.
University Archives Record Series 292  
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Record Series 292 contains memoranda pertaining to the requirements, design, and other aspects of the graduate school's masters and professional masters degree programs. The series also contains minutes of the proposal submitted to the Professional Masters Committee and substantial correspondence to James Jackson.
In 1939 the College of Business Administration at UCLA was authorized to institute a M.B.A. program and the first 27 graduate students in business entered the university. A doctoral program was initiated in 1953 and in 1955 the graduate programs were used to form a graduate school of business separate from the undergraduate school. Special agencies were then added to the graduate school, among them the Western Data Processing Center (1956) and the Western Management Science Institute (1960). In 1961 a master of science degree was added to the graduate school's curriculum and the school library was established. Before the end of the 1960s, the undergraduate school and its B.S. degree in Business Administration were phased out, leaving the Graduate School of Business Administration as the only source of business education on the UCLA campus. The present name of the John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management was bestowed on the school in 1987.
3.2 linear ft. (8 boxes)
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