After core courses are complete, Broad students choose one of four concentrations: finance, human resource management, marketing or supply chain management. Broad also offers immersive skill-based tracks to help students gain competencies in areas that are relevant in today’s ever-changing workforce including entrepreneurship, insight and analytics, global business and product and service innovation.
By participating in Broad's experiential learning program, Extreme Green, three-day workshops held four times throughout the course of the MBA, students have the opportunity to work with Fortune 500 companies, ranging from consumer goods to automotive giants to create innovative solutions to real-world problems.
Location: East Lansing, Michigan
Affiliation: Michigan State University