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Kellogg's approach to majors and pathways gives our students the flexibility and guidance they need to create an academic experience that fits their career goals.
As a Evening & Weekend MBA student, you'll start with courses in general management that provide a solid business foundation. Next, select from higher level electives that speak to your career & personal goals.
Kellogg does not require students to select a major.
Instead, students have the ability to customize their own intellectual journey through our optional majors and pathways. Majors offer a structured approach to understanding a specific discipline. Pathways are a new offering which take a cross-disciplinary approach to understanding a specific topic. Enjoy full flexibility: you may choose to bypass majors and pathways or explore several of each. Our Evening & Weekend MBA academic advisor is available to help students determine the right path to reach his or her goals.
Pathways are sequences of courses that serve as a guide to students who want to hone a specific skill set or industry expertise. Cross-functional and integrative by nature, pathways enable students to build knowledge in emerging areas and evolving industries for which there is student and recruiter demand. Pursue any number of pathways and dive as deeply as you like into each. Pathways are not noted on transcripts.
Pathways are described for:
The above applies to students who begin their Kellogg studies during or after Summer Quarter 2015.