The Kellogg School's Executive Education Programs are consistently rated at the very top in executive education. U.S. News and World Report, Financial Times and BusinessWeek all proclaim the Kellogg School's programs to be among the best in the world. The Kellogg School draws annually more than 5,800 individuals from all over the world to partake in its execution education experience.
A major factor of that experience is the Accounting Information & Management faculty, a world-renowned, brilliant and experienced group of academicians. Only the most senior members of the Accounting faculty teach in the executive programs. The Accounting faculty is actively involved in research so material used in the classrooms is always leading edge. Faculty members understand participants' business issues and can tailor material to real time, real world solutions.
The Kellogg School's philosophy of teamwork and interactive group study is another vital component of the executive education experience.
Participants are actively involved in their own learning through class discussions, breakout sessions and informal contacts with their peers and with faculty.
Accounting programs are designed to meet the needs and expectations of executives from all over the world and from a wide variety of careers as well as organizations. Programs include:
Executive Education classes are held at the James L. Allen Center.
Another very important reason to come to a Kellogg School executive education program: they are held at the James L. Allen Center, a beautiful, self-contained facility located on Lake Michigan, with large and well-equipped classrooms, study rooms, sleeping rooms and dining facilities.