Your Global MBA Program culminates with our renowned Multidisciplinary Action Projects (MAP) course, which epitomizes Ross’ dedication to action-based learning.

You will work with a sponsor -- a large corporation, a startup, or a nonprofit -- on a seven-week, hands-on project to find a creative solution to a critical organizational challenge. Each project requires you to collaborate with a team of peers and a faculty advisor. At the conclusion of the project, you deliver your analysis and recommendations to the sponsor and Ross faculty in a formal presentation and written report.

As you delve into the MAP experience, you may be asked to:

  • develop a business strategy
  • target opportunities for growth
  • solve a market entry problem
  • develop new products
  • assess mergers, acquisitions, partnerships, and joint ventures
  • perform complex financial modeling
  • launch feasibility studies
  • generate product launch and distribution plans
  • propose operations improvements
  • perform risk analysis

To sponsors, MAP delivers real, data-driven solutions. To you, MAP delivers a transformative educational experience that brings coursework to life.

 

Recent Global MBA MAP Sponsors

3A SA (Switzerland)
3M Co.
American Restaurants (Ukraine)
Dell
Delphi China
Dihon Pharmaceuticals (China)
Eastman Kodak Co.
Energy Conversion Devices
Ford Motor Co.
Hyundai-Kia America Technical Center
Hyundai de Mexico
JP Morgan Chase
Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc.
Panasonic Corp. of North America
POSCO (Korea)
Samsung Electronics Latin America (Brazil)
Valspar Corp.
Visteon Corp.

Recent Global MBA MAP Projects

Hyundai Motor Europe GMBH

Offenbach, Germany

Analyze the company's warranty policies and recommend changes to remain competitive.

Taiwan Lung Meng Technology Co. Ltd.

Tainan, Taiwan

Research excess production capacity and suggest new, alternate revenue streams.

Trinion Logistics Inc.

San Diego, Calif.

Assess the company's potential to diversify and develop an implementation plan.

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Yoshizumi Industry Corp.

Osaka, Japan

Create a strategic plan for family-owned business to expand into the U.S. market.