Ross School of Business boasts the largest cohort of veterans and teachers to date. Ross's signature Multidisciplinary Action Project (MAP) course is the sole focus of a first-year student's winter term. Working with a team of peers and faculty advisers, students spend seven weeks on a full-time, real-world project of a sponsor organization and are required to deliver outcomes tied to recommendations.
The Patricia W. Mitchell Trusts made a $5 million donation in June 2019 to establish the Mitchell Program for Business Ethics and Communications, the first gift of its kind to support faculty in business ethics. Ross is named after billionaire alumni Stephen Ross who has donated $378 million to Michigan over the years, including $50 million in 2017.
Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Motto: Developing leaders who make a positive difference in the world
Affiliation: University of Michigan
Annual Enrollment: 423
GMAT Score: 720
The University of Michigan Ross School of Business will launch a STEM-designated track within its full-time MBA program. Starting fall 2020, this new STEM track will meet the needs of students interested in pursuing quantitative management and business analytics roles across many industries.
Besides the required full-time MBA core courses, the STEM track will require students to complete an additional 18 credit hours. Students can choose from a specific set of electives across many business disciplines. These include accounting, finance, management and organizations, marketing, and technology and operations.
Electives slated for the new track will include: