KGO Radio Interviews Student Winner of SMC's Business Idea Competition

KGO News Radio interviewed Saint Mary's Graduate Business Program student Molly O'Kane about winning the School of Economics and Business Administration's first annual 

SEBA Scholars Share

Six times per year, the School of Economics and Business Administration (SEBA )organizes a faculty research colloquia to enable SEBA scholars to learn what their colleagues are working on, and experience the joy of intellectual pursuit along with some wine and cheese.

AOL's Lamorinda Patch Covers SEBA's Inaugural Business Idea Competition

The Lamorinda Patch, AOL's hyperlocal news site for the Lafayette, Moraga and Orinda communities, reported on SEBA's first annual "Business Idea Competition." Current students and alumni of the Graduate Business program in the School of Economics and Business Administration pitched their ideas for new start-up businesses before a panel of Keiretsu Forum investors —the world's largest angel investment network.

Three Top Technology CEOs Discuss Leadership with Saint Mary’s Students and Alumni

On Wednesday May 2nd, Saint Mary’s College of California School of Economics and Business Administration hosted its Executive Speaker Series to a packed room of students, alumni, and friends in Santa Clara.

SEBA Spearheads Another Successful Technology Conference for the Executive MBA Industry

SEBA Professor Barry Eckhouse, the School’s Director of Technology and Online Programs, organized and chaired the much-anticipated EMBA Tech conference – a forum originated by Barry in 2010 to provide an opportunity for leaders in the Executive MBA industry to discuss the rapid

CBS-5 Talks to SEBA Professor About Planned Residential Housing in Downtown Walnut Creek

CBS-5's Ann Notarangelo spoke with SEBA economics lecturer John Gruenstein about city plans to develop residential housing in downtown Walnut Creek's bustling shopping area of Broadway Plaza. A former mortgage executive with Wells Fargo Bank, Gruenstein teaches a course on urban real estate development and offered insight on how the addition of up to 1,500 permanent residential units in downtown Walnut Creek could possibly increase, or decrease, traffic flow to businesses in the area.


Economics is a social science which centers around the utilization of limited resources to provide the goods and services society desires. Economists study how business and personal decisions are made in various kinds of markets under conditions of scarcity, as well as uncertainty and incomplete information. They also provide insight into solving both short- and long-term problems, including those involving investment and savings decisions, and stability of the economy.


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