The Fisher College of Business MBA: What You Need To Know
Fisher MBAs spend their first two semesters in cohorts, completing a multidisciplinary core curriculum. The core ensures that every student has a solid understanding of key management principles. Fisher MBAs select a major to give their optional coursework a central focus. They can major in one of nine disciplines including International Business, Corporate Finance, or Make Your Own Major.
To complement their majors, many Fisher MBAs pursue individualized tracks by taking three or four courses related to a particular specialization. Each track is designed in close collaboration with faculty who are experienced in specific niches such as healthcare, consulting, and financial services.
Fisher College offers more than 100 elective courses within the business school. These electives can be used to complete requirements for majors, pursue career tracks, or simply round out the MBA experience. In addition to the electives in the business school, students are encouraged to enroll in any course offered at The Ohio State University.
Watch Poets&Quants’ John A. Byrne interview Anil Makhija, dean of the Max M. Fishers College of Business at The Ohio State University, to hear more about the school’s multi-faceted approach to business education and services. Watch the full interview.