History of Kellogg School of Management
The Kellogg School of Management goes back as early as 1908 where it was created to educate leaders in business. This makes the school one of the founding members of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Kellogg keeps up with the changes in the business world by continuously improving the departments and programs they offer.
Kellogg School of Management Departments
- Doctorate or PhD programs
- MBA programs: Full time in either 1 or 2 years
- JD MBA program in 3 years for those taking up business and law courses
- Master of Management Manufacturing (MMM) program. This is a 2 year dual degree program which combines design, operation, and management.
Kellogg School of Management Application Requirements
- Online Application Form
- Transcripts of Record (1 scanned copy for online application and one official copy to be sent via mail when recommended for admission)
- 2 recommendation letters
- GMAT score not older than 5 years, preferably GRE score for the Managerial Economics Strategy PhD and required in the Management and Organization and Sociology PhD programs.
- Academic background containing list of all schools previously attended
- Certification of Proficiency in English for non-native English speaker
- Application fee
- Updated resume
- Statement of Purpose, single spaced and 2 pages in length only
- 3 application essays (of varying word lengths and topics specified) for first time applicants and 4 application essays for re-applicants
- Entry recommendations covering 4 Kellogg School of Management questions
- Optional Diversity Statement
- Optional Writing Sample or maximum 30 page research paper
Once these requirements are accomplished and submitted, you can check for the status of your application online.
Kellogg School of Management Admission Process
All requirements and academic records will be examined and reviewed by the Kellogg School of Management admission committee. Decisions are usually finalized early in March. When being considered for admission, a qualified applicant will receive either a campus or phone interview.