Kellogg School Launches Accelerated Part-Time MBA

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Building on the success of its full-time, one-year program, Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management has launched a new, accelerated option in the part-time program to meet the demands of today’s evolving MBA marketplace.

With this option, students who’ve completed requisite coursework as an undergraduate or graduate student can immediately dive into advanced studies and earn their degree in just over a year, depending on one’s individual pace. The requisite courses must include accounting, and at least five others in finance, organizational behavior, economics, marketing, operations and statistics.

Students following this strand can accommodate their work schedules by choosing the Saturday or evening program, and may take up to three courses per quarter. You can read more about this new flexible option at Kellogg School of Management here.


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