COVID-19 and Campus Updates: Find information and resources for Kellogg and Northwestern’s Phased Return to Campus

Find Your Fit Among Our Portfolio of Academic Programs

Find Your Fit Among Our Portfolio of Academic Programs

Full-Time MBA

Choose from One-Year, Two-Year, MMM, MBAi or JD-MBA programs.

Evening & Weekend MBA

Earn your MBA in downtown Chicago while advancing your career. Choose a traditional or accelerated pace.

Executive MBA

Realize your full potential among fellow executives. Attend semimonthly in Evanston or monthly in Miami.

Executive Education

Transform your career and organization with more than 40 open-enrollment programs and customized solutions.

Doctoral Program

Attain influential positions in academia or business by exploring multiple disciplines and research collaboration.

MS in Management Studies

Build on your Northwestern undergraduate education with a program that focuses on business skills.

Undergraduate Certificate Programs

Join other Northwestern undergraduates to develop strategic and analytical skills for success in data-driven roles.

Why Kellogg?

Take advantage of cross-disciplinary thought leadership and a global community of inspiring peers.

Faculty and Research

IDDEAS@Kellogg/Booth: Call for Applications

Co-hosted by Kellogg and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, IDDEAS@Kellogg/Booth is a virtual program for undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds who are interested in business research and academia at the doctoral level. Applications are open until September 14, 2020.

Your Leadership, Your 168, & What Matters Most

On Thursday, September 24th, we welcome back Professor Harry Kraemer for an introspective but also forward-looking discussion on what matters most to your leadership. Join us for an interactive session focused on your questions about leading into the future.

Family Businesses Are Experiencing the COVID-19 Crisis in Unique Ways

Lower debt, diversified portfolios, and longer-term horizons may be shielding family firms from the existential threats facing many other businesses.