UCLA Anderson School of Management’s Fully Employed MBA Program

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MBA Program
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Frank Roessler serves as managing principal of Ashcroft Capital in Westwood, California. With a diverse educational background, Frank Roessler holds a BS in electrical engineering from Bucknell University and an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management, which offers a number of options for those seeking an MBA.

In addition to offering a traditional MBA program, the Anderson School of Management provides a Fully Employed MBA (FEMBA) program designed for those who work full-time. Within this program, the Anderson School offers three different flexible schedules, more than 20 international study options, and 50 student clubs. Classes take place on Saturdays and on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and students can even choose to take online courses.

During the three-year program, FEMBA students see their earnings increase by 23 to 34 percent on average. Six to eight years after program completion, they see their earnings increase by around 137 percent.

To learn more about the program, visit www.anderson.ucla.edu/degrees/fully-employed-mba.


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