Poets&Quants Top Business Schools

Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business

#27

School Data

Annual Tuition: 29,400

Average GPA: 3.3

International: 41%

Minority: 19%

Mean Age: 28

Average GMAT: 670

GMAT Range (mid-80%): 597-733

Female: 38%

Full-Time Enrollment: 69

Male: 62%

Application Deadline for the Class of 2020:

Early Round: October 1st, 2017

Round 1: November 5th, 2017
Round 2: January 7th, 2018
Round 3: March 4th, 2018
Round 4: April 1st, 2018

Students have described Eli Broad’s full-time MBA program as a home away from home. Small class sizes, with a heavy emphasis on team-based work in the curriculum, creates strong relationships between faculty and students. The Broad full-time MBA Program combines a theory-based curriculum with soft skills used for effective leadership. The program allows students to select one or two concentrations and to craft their own plan of study with areas of interest that complement the concentration areas.

In a span of 21 months, the Broad MBA covers three components: a 31-credit core curriculum in foundational learning, and the choice of either one 12-credit concentration with two 6-credit areas of interest and 6-credits of electives, or two 12-credit concentrations with one 6-credit area of interest. The concentrations offered are Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Supply Chain Management. The areas of interest are Risk Management, Insights and Analytics, Strategic Performance Measurement, Global Business, Talent Development, Consulting, Leadership and Strategy, Product and Service Innovation, and Consulting.

 

 

Contact Information

Location:
645 N. Shaw Lane, Rm 211,
East Lansing, MI 48824
Admissions Office:
800-467-8622
517-432-3626
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From the Eli Broad College of Business:

The Broad College of Business Full-Time MBA Program positions its students to make an impact. During the 21 month program, students are given the tools to thrive in the fast-paced, multicultural world of business. Broad’s innovative, forward-looking curriculum and approach to experiential learning are unlike other business colleges, which give its students a competitive edge over other MBAs re-entering the work force after obtaining their master’s degrees.

Broad MBAs benefit from smaller class sizes, direct access to our distinguished MBA faculty, and hands-on learning labs that strengthen your ability to solve global business challenges.

Spartans make business happen, and the MBA program delivers results.

Are you Spartan Ready? 

Learn more about Michigan State University Broad Full-Time MBA.