Executive Scholar Tracks

There is no separate fee required to become an Executive Scholar - you are automatically enrolled when you take your first qualifying program. However, anyone interested in the program is encouraged to complete a formal application. The application serves to inform the school of your intention to become an Executive Scholar, it helps the school monitor your progress through your track, and also serves as a tool to be used by you and the Executive Scholars Advisor in order to ensure that all programs in your track will qualify for a Certificate. The application is non-binding and does not obligate you to attend any programs. Your program choices can certainly change over time, as long as they still fit within the curriculum guidelines. Upon completion of the required programs, you will be awarded a Certificate of Professional Achievement. 

Click here to download the Executive Scholars Curriculum Guide.



General Management


Option One: This option requires completion of one program from four functional areas

Choose one of the Marketing & Sales track  programs

Choose one of these Finance programs:

Corporate Finance: Strategies for Creating Shareholder Value
Finance For Executives
Merger Week: Creating Value through Strategic Acquisitions and Alliances

Choose one of the Leadership track programs

Choose one of these Operations & Technology programs:
Creating Strategic Value Through IT
Operations Strategy
The Science of Lean Operations 
Strategic Data-Driven Marketing
Supply Chain Management: Strategy and Planning for Effective Operations

Option Two:
Combine the Women's Senior Leadership Program, The Executive Development Program or one of the Advanced Management Programs with any 2-5-day program. Note: If the formally offered Advanced Executive Program was completed prior to 2015, it may count towards the General Management track.

Option Three:
It is also possible to custom design a Certificate in General Management to meet the professional and executive education needs of an individual or the particular needs of an organization, based upon approval of the Kellogg Executive Scholar Advisor.



Operations & Technology

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