Kellogg graduates enter the workforce educated and equipped to lead with confidence in virtually every industry and a wide array of functional roles. This is no accident. We have designed our curriculum precisely for that purpose.
Betsy Ziegler, associate dean of MBA programs and dean of students at Kellogg, recently spoke with Poets & Quants about what employers look for in MBAs.
Ziegler explained that conversations with recruiters was, and continues to be pivotal when it comes to creating and modifying Kellogg’s curriculum.
It’s been a busy few weeks for data analytics at Kellogg. Earlier this month, Professor Florian Zettelmeyer hosted a panel discussion about the topic with prominent alumni at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. And this past weekend, three One-Year MBA students took first place in the Adobe Digital Analytics Competition, where they walked away with a check for $15,000.
With all the buzz about big data, Kellogg continues to be focused on preparing business leaders to harness the power of analytics.
In June 2013, over 100 students arrived on the Evanston campus to begin their journeys through Kellogg’s one-year MBA program. Less than two months later, we caught up with 1Y students Hyoungjun Park and Emily Kiernan to talk about their experiences thus far. Here is what they had to say: On the Location The Evanston campus is… Continue reading