Michigan State University Review 2019: Established in 1956, Eli Broad Business College of Michigan State University was a graduate of Michigan State University and was named after Eli Broad who donated 20 million dollars in 2000 in 1991. This school has been accredited by the Business School Association (AACSB) since 1953.
Michigan State University Review 2019
Eli Broad School of Business is located at Eugene C. Eppley Center and North Business College Complex of Michigan State University.
Eli Broad Business College of Michigan State University offers finance, accounting, general management, marketing personnel management, and supply chain management programs at undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level.
The Supply Chain Management field of study is ranked No. 1 in the US News & World Report. Undergraduates must apply to the university and enroll as juniors. The undergraduate specialty areas include entrepreneurship, environmental studies, real estate development of hospitality business, information technology, sales communication, sustainability etc. There are also minors available for international business.
Students explained Eli Broad’s full-time MBA program as a home away from home. Small group classes focused on team-based work in the curriculum build strong relationships between teachers and students. A broad full-time MBA program combines a theoretical curriculum with soft skills used for effective leadership. In this program, students can select one or two concentration abilities and make their own learning plan using areas of interest that supplement concentration.
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In 21 months, the Broad MBA consists of three elements. It is either a credit of 31 credits in basic learning or a concentration of 12 credits including two 6 credits of interest and 6 credits of elective subjects. The concentration of two 12 credits with one 6 credit area of interest. The concentration provided is financial, personnel management, marketing, business analysis, and supply chain management.
Areas of concern are risk management, insight, and analysis, strategic performance evaluation, global business, human resource development, consulting, leadership and strategy, product and service innovation, and consulting. (Michigan State University Review 2019)