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Pepperdine Opens New Executive MBA Center in Silicon Valley

February 10, 2015  | 1 min read

Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business and Management will celebrate the grand opening of its new location in Silicon Valley with an official ribbon cutting and reception from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 19, at 1735 Technology Drive, Suite 125, San Jose, California.

The Graziadio Alumni Network Council of Northern California (GAN-NorCal) is hosting the event. The ceremony will be led by the San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce, and the Santa Clara Chamber of Commerce. Attendees will include Assemblymember Kansen Chu, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo, and San Jose City Councilmember Ash Kalra. Guests are invited to connect and mingle with Graziadio Business School students and alumni, dignitaries and business executives.

Pepperdine's Executive MBA delivers a full MBA experience in 19 months with a format and curriculum that fits the needs and schedules of busy executives. Classes meet approximately every three weeks at Pepperdine graduate campuses or our Bay Area campus. The Silicon Valley Campus serves communities throughout the San Francisco Bay Area including San Francisco proper, Peninsula, North Bay, East Bay, South Bay, Silicon Valley, Santa Clara, San Jose, Sunnyvale, Cupertino, Saratoga, Palo Alto, Milpitas, Campbell, Los Gatos, Gilroy, Stanford, Fremont, Redwood City, San Mateo, and Pleasanton.

Pepperdine’s GAN-NorCal is a group of business leaders committed to building mutually beneficial, strategic partnerships between alumni, the university and the community. GAN-NorCal hosts, sponsors and promotes a variety of events to offer its members opportunities for networking and continued learning. Events include executive panels, C-level presentations, and networking mixers. Please visit GAN-NorCal's website for upcoming events.

For more information, and to register by Feb. 16, please contact Lisa Yarbrough or visit the Graziadio School website