Kellogg core course summaries are provided in the table below to help you determine whether you have covered similar topics in your undergraduate business education. As knowledge of the content below is assumed for upper-level courses, we encourage you to review these descriptions.
You must have received an equivalent grade of B or better in the required coursework in accounting, finance, marketing, statistics, operations and economics. Many of our students have completed all of the required coursework through an undergraduate or graduate program, but this is not required.
To apply to the One-Year Program, students must complete the course template to verify which classes they have completed and which are outstanding. To access the template, complete and save the Program of Interest and Personal tabs of the application (you do not need to submit the full application — just complete and save these two tabs).
We will confirm receipt of your template, via email, no more than 72 business hours after submission.
Below are some tips to ensure a speedy and accurate evaluation of your eligibility:
• Take care to enter your information in the proper field.
• Know that a single course typically will not satisfy requirements for more than one of our required courses.
• If pasting a hyperlink to a description, be sure that the link is unique to that course.
The admissions committee accepts coursework from any university or community college, but does not accept courses completed online. Coursework you completed as an undergraduate or graduate student will count toward your eligibility if you graduated within the last 10 years. Any coursework not associated with a degree must have been completed within the last 10 years to be considered eligible.
If you completed a course that you believe matches one of our required courses, but the title of the course does not make it apparent, please include a link or reference to the institution’s description of this course in the course template. We will examine in depth the topics covered to ensure the course meets our requirements.
Upon admission to Kellogg, you may be able to complete outstanding coursework through the Part-Time Evening or Saturday Program. Students interested in this option should apply in Round 1. If you apply in Round 2, please be aware that you might be notified of acceptance after the date you would need to enroll in a spring course.
If you have any questions regarding your eligibility for the One-Year Program, please direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org
one-year program schedule
Students enter the program in June and complete the 15.5 courses necessary to earn their degrees. They may choose any major available to students in the Two-Year MBA Program. During the summer quarter, One-Year students take courses designed to complement their undergraduate business studies. In September, they join the second-year class and complete at least 13 additional courses chosen to meet their interests and career goals.
During the summer quarter, One-Year students take three to five courses.
|ONE-YEAR SAMPLE SUMMER CURRICULUM
||Leadership in Organizations
||Leadership and Crisis Management
(1/2 Credit - Course to be completed during fall pre-term on campus.)
||Managerial Decision Analysis (1/2 Credit)
||Statistical Decision Analysis (1/2 Credit)
||Turbo Finance I/II
||Operations Management (1/2 Credit)
||Research Methods in Marketing
||Accounting for Decision Making
||New Venture Discovery
|Business Law or
Business Law for Entrepreneurs
|ONE-YEAR FALL, WINTER AND SPRING QUARTERS
One-Year Program Curriculum
Students complete core coursework prior to enrollment at Kellogg and focus on advanced electives that will accelerate their career. Choose from 18 areas of study. Most students choose two to three majors, but pursuing more is not unusual. The point is to make the MBA program unique to your needs.
Because only 2.5 of the program's course credits are required, the One-Year program offers an incredibly flexible curriculum to fit your needs and future plans.
|AREAS OF STUDY
|Accounting Information and Management
Health Enterprise Management
Health Resources Management
Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Management & Organizations
Social Enterprise at Kellogg