Benefit from a personalized leadership development program, including individual coaching, as part of the Ross Executive MBA.
|FIN 557: Financial
|STRATEGY 557: Strategy||BE 557: Applied Microeconomics||BL 557: Legal and Ethical Environment of Business||STRATEGY 558: World Economy|
|MKT 557: Marketing Management||TO 557: Applied Business Statistics and Analytics||MO 557: Positive Leadership and Organizing||TO 558: Operations Management||ACC 558: Cost Measurement & Control|
|ACC 557: Evaluating Financial Performance|
|BCOM 557: Business Communication for Managers|
|Recruiting Workshops||On-Campus Recruiting||Self-Directed Recruiting|
Students admitted to the Master of Management Program will be required to engage in pre-work activities before the official start of the program. Activities include career-interest assessments, career-exploratory endeavors, a quantitative skills assessment, and business case-reading tasks.
All students will participate in a series of intense bootcamps (or workshops) at the beginning of the program to better prepare them to be successful in the rigorous academics that make up the MM Program. Bootcamps will focus on quantitative skills, statistics skills, and business communications.