received a job offer within six months of graduation.*
companies hired MM graduates from the Class of 2022.
median base salary.
As an incoming MM student, take part in career exploration activities, such as self-assessment exercises, to define the type of careers that best fit your interests, values, and skills.
Participate in a series of workshops designed for and dedicated to your job-search success. Workshop topics include resume and cover letter writing, networking skills, and tips from former recruiters.
Meet with CDO staff and/or peer coaches with expertise in your field of interest to gain the leverage you need to get your dream job. They can help you map out a specific job-search plan or negotiate offers. Drop-in office hours are available daily for any quick questions you have.
Ross student clubs — organized around career interests — sponsor conferences and special events and can help you network with other students and alumni.
- Corporate Presentations
- Networking Hours
- On- and Off-Campus Interview Opportunities
- Resume and LinkedIn Reviews
- Mock Interviews
Benefit from a Network Like No Other
Master of Management students are ambitious, determined, and supportive — and they make up an incredible network you can rely on throughout your career.
Explore Your Career Options
View the most common career paths of MM students and how to tailor your experience for success in your chosen field.
*100% of reporting students received a job offer within six months of graduation.