Beyond the nine required courses that form the foundation of a Kellogg education, our curriculum is flexible and broad. Students choose from our extensive and evolving catalogue of elective courses and major in two or three areas — often a combination of academic fields, professional programs and interdisciplinary programs. A student interested in starting a business might major in Management & Strategy, Finance, and Entrepreneurship. A student looking to lead a historic preservation trust could focus on Marketing, Public/Nonprofit Management and Real Estate.
Every department and professional program offers one or more academic major. For a full list of academic majors, click here
. Academic Departments
address the business principles that every management student must know. Professional Programs
offer coursework in specialized areas of study.