Executive Education

Leadership skills are innate, but they can also be taught. Let us teach you.

Alumni Spotlight

Scott Dorsey '99 has mastered the art of entrepreneurship

Kellogg Program Highlights

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Full-Time MBA

The Full-Time Program provides several distinct and immersive paths to earning your MBA. Each offers extensive options for achieving your personal, professional and educational goals.
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Evening & Weekend MBA

The Evening & Weekend Program allows you to earn an MBA from our top-tier business school without interrupting your career. You have the option to take classes weekday evenings or weekends. An accelerated option is also available.
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Executive MBA

Designed for senior and mid-career executives, this program emphasizes teamwork, cross-cultural collaboration, leadership and adaptability.
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Executive Education

Designed for those looking to make an immediate impact in the workplace, the programs cover topics ranging from management to strategy to finance.
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M.S. in Management Studies

Build on your undergraduate experiences and learn critical business skills that empower you in your first job and throughout your career.
Doctoral Program

Doctoral Program

Our Doctoral Program teaches students to think critically, identify opportunities and turn those opportunities into published research.
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Certificate Program for Undergraduates

An elite undergraduate certificate program that offers early exposure to careers in consulting, financial services and other data-driven professions.

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