Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
The purpose of the Kellogg School of Management is to "educate, equip and inspire leaders who build strong organizations and wisely leverage the power of markets for the betterment of all". Kellogg's curriculum offers over 200 courses. Full-time majors include: Accounting Information & Management, Analytical Finance, Decision Sciences, Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Finance, Health Enterprise Management, Human Resources Management, International Business, Real Estate, Managerial Analytics, Managerial Economics, Marketing, Social Enterprise, and Technology Industry Management. Full-time students must take a global elective. Kellogg's hands-on learning opportunities include case competitions, business conferences, courses and labs, internships and club activities.
655 students entered Kellogg in the fall of 2011. Of these students, 33% were women, 22% were US minorities and 32% are international students. Students are between 25 and 30 years old and have five to seven years of work experience.
Kellogg's Career Management Center was named number 1 in student satisfaction by Poet's and Quants. A recent Kellogg study showed that 200 companies offered jobs to 80% of Kellogg's MBA students as opposed to Kellogg's competitors where 80% of students get jobs from the same 18 to 20 firms. The majority of Kellogg's 2010 full-time MBA graduates work in consulting (31%), consumer and packaged goods (12%), and high tech manufacturing and services.
Kellogg has a worldwide alumni network of 50,000 people living in over 100 countries and all 50 United States. Kellogg alumni interact with MBA students through campus visits and mentoring.
The two-year MBA program is Kellogg's largest program. Students attend classes during the fall, winter, and spring quarters for two academic years and complete an internship during the summer following the first year.
Kellogg's one-year MBA program is designed for students with clear academic goals who know what they plan to do with their MBA after they graduate. Only 1.5 course credits come from required classes, so students can 11 credits worth of electives in Chicago and Evanston.
Kellogg's part-time MBA students can take evening or weekend classes in downtown Chicago or on Kellogg's Evanston campus. Part-time classes are taught by the same professors who teach in the full-time program.
Kellogg's executive MBA program emphasizes teamwork, cross-cultural collaboration, leadership, and adaptability. Students can take twice monthly classes in Evanston or monthly classes in Miami.
Offered in conjunction with the McCormick School of Engineering, the MMM program teaches students how to create customer experiences from system design to fulfillment. Students gradate with both an MEM and an MBA.
Offered in conjunction with Northwestern Law School, Kellogg's JD/MBA program takes three years to complete. Electives cover subject areas including finance, entrepreneurship, international business law, real estate law and tax law.
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