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The Management Science major focuses on the application of analytical techniques, tools, and models across the school’s academic disciplines. Students will deepen expertise across disciplines by learning techniques that can be applied to the analysis of problems of business organization and performance.
This critical coursework will prepare students to both manage and direct analyses to improve decisions. Students who major in Management Science will be prepared for a wide range of careers including consulting, technology, finance, and entrepreneurship.
The Management Science major qualifies as a STEM-designated field of study. By earning this major, international students may qualify for optional practical training extensions to their F-1 visas. When approved, this can allow them to stay in the U.S. for up to three years after graduation if they work in Management Science–related fields.
Major requirements are determined by the quarter you began your Kellogg MBA program. Any new courses and adjustments to the major displayed in the most recent academic year can be applied to previously matriculated students.
Please click on the relevant time period below to confirm your specific requirements:
A student must earn at least FOUR credits from the courses listed below to complete the major. No more than ONE course with the same subject area can be counted toward the major.
|ACCT-451-0||Financial Reporting and Analysis|
|MECN-441-0||Competitive Strategy and Industrial Structure|
|MECN-935-0||Making Business Decisions with Big Data|
|MKTG-450-0||Marketing Research and Analytics|
|MKTG-462-0||Retail Analytics and Pricing|
|MKTG-482-0||Customer Analytics and AI|
|MORS-457-0||Social Dynamics & Network Analysis|
|OPNS-454-0||Strategic Decisions in Operations|
|OPNS-455-0||Supply Chain Management|
|STRT-440-0||People Analytics and Strategy|
|STRT-452-0||Strategy & Organization|
||Analytics for Strategy|
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