An extension of traditional classroom lectures and case studies, some of the classes below feature simulations that mirror the competitive landscape using actual market forces and conditions. Others use real-world exercises to encourage growth through mentorship and self-discovery.
Kellogg courses that feature a Simulation/Exercise:
Impact Investing and Sustainable Finance
Forging and Funding Healthcare Startups
Personal Leadership Insights
Leader as Coach
Leading with Empathy
Early Stage Impact Investing
The Business of Social Change
Students have the opportunity to work on self-defined projects which help them put course learnings into practice.
Students will partner with a real company to solve critical industry problems. In these courses, the client project is just one part of a traditional course – one that comprises other elements like exams, lectures, and assignments. The client project will help students put course learnings into practice and gives exposure to different functions, industries and companies.
Kellogg courses that feature a Client Project:
Medical Technology Financing and Commercialization
Ethnographic Customer Insights
Social Innovation: Designing for Change
Board Governance for Nonprofit Organizations
Advanced Board Governance
Sustainability Across the Enterprise
✈ Medical Technologies in Global Public Health
Health and Human Rights
Strategic Leadership in the Nonprofit Sector
Growth Strategy Practicum
Students will be fully-immersed in a client project, which may include on-site visits with clients and stakeholders. The course is entirely based around the client project where students will receive exposure to different functions, industries, and companies.
Kellogg courses that feature a Lab:
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