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New Kellogg Executive Scholars program offers strategic depth and flexibility

Executives seeking to sharpen their skills and broaden their professional horizons now have a new option for doing so: the Kellogg School Executive Scholars program.

Shorter than a degree program yet more in-depth than a single executive education course, the Kellogg Executive Scholars program enables participants to earn a certificate of achievement in their area of interest. Participants must complete four executive education programs, including one required course and three electives, to earn the certificate.

Concentrations are offered in five areas: Marketing and Sales Management; Financial Management; Leadership and Management; Operations, Supply Chain and Technology Management; and General Management. Kellogg can also design a custom program to an individual or organization's professional and educational needs.

Kellogg Executive Scholars receive many of the benefits of attending Kellogg, including opportunities to network with Kellogg alumni, participation in Kellogg conferences and events, and access to faculty research and publications.

"The Kellogg Executive Scholars Program allows executives to tailor the school's resources to fit their individual development needs in a flexible time format," says Stephen Burnett, professor of strategic management and associate dean of executive education. "The certificate recognizes that they have completed a rigorous course of study and have achieved Kellogg alumni status, which yields continuing value throughout one's career."

For more information on the Executive Scholars program, contact Susan Fox at 847-467-7012 or at, or visit the program online.

— Rebecca Lindell

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