Career Outcomes

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Impactful Leaders in the Global Community

LMU MBA students finish the program with more than a degree. They receive a quality education and leave with a broader perspective in how they view the world along with valuable lifelong relationships. Students have access to a network of successful professionals who are making a real difference in the business world and giving back through service.

Where Our Alumni Work

LMU MBA alumni can be found in a wide variety of industries, from global brands to regional firms – from household names to venture start-ups. Here is a small sample of where you can find our alumni.

20th Century Studios

American Express

Amgen

AT&T

Avery Dennison

Bank of America

BNY Mellon

Boeing

Capital Partners

Cedars-Sinai

Citi

City National Bank

Coca-Cola

Deloitte

Deutsch

Epson

Expedia

EY

FedEx

Fiji Water

Fullscreen

Google

Guggenheim Partners

Hammer

Honeywell

Hughes Marino

IBM

Johnson & Johnson

Kaiser Permanente

KPMG

Lionsgate

Lucky Brand

Mattel

Merrill Lynch

Microsoft

NBC

Nestle

Netflix

Northrop Grumman

Oracle

Paramount

Petsmart

Raytheon

Red Bull

Sony Pictures Entertainment

Southern California Edison

Sprint

Target

The Honest Company

The Walt Disney Company

The Wonderful Company

Toms

Toyota

United Airlines

Univision

US Bank

Warner Bros.

Wells Fargo

YouTube

Meet MBA Alumni

Andrew Fowler
At 22, Andrew knew he wanted to open a brewery. The values he developed while earning his LMU MBA have become the guiding vision of his company, Los Angeles Ale Works.
Lynn Beatty
Early in her nursing career, Lynn’s natural talents for leadership led to management roles. Though she thrived, she knew she needed an MBA to continue her advancement.
Jim Negus
As an LMU alumnus, returning to the bluff was the clear choice when Jim decided to pursue his MBA degree. Only 6 years after graduation, he was elected partner at KPMG.
Michael Gavina
Michael always knew he was destined to work in the family business, and earning his MBA degree was a way to keep the company’s entrepreneurial spirit alive.