Master's (MBA) Program
Our marketing MBA students get great jobs, with great salaries, working for top organizations. But what sets us apart from other marketing programs is that our students are prepared for even the most challenging jobs immediately upon graduation. Recent graduates have begun careers as associate brand managers for Procter & Gamble and strategic business development analysts at 3M.
You’ll get all the skills you need to shape your career: the latest marketing knowledge, a comprehensive understanding of business, and real-world experiences such as internships and consulting projects for our corporate partners. Our students’ broad skills yield an even broader range of careers—including brand management, business-to-business marketing, marketing research, advertising, and sales consulting—in a variety of industries, such as packaged goods, health care, sports and entertainment, and technology.
You can even start your own business or pursue a different career—no matter what you do, your Kelley marketing education will help you rise to the top.
Connecting You with Top Employers
As a Kelley MBA, you’ll have access to our Graduate Career Services (GCS) office, one of the best career services offices in the country. GCS staff members will work with you one on one to help you learn about the office’s extensive career resources, plan your career, network with employers, and find an internship or job.
Recruiters from leading employers come to Kelley every year because of our students’ ability to “hit the ground running” and track record of success. The Kelley MBA class of 2007 accepted jobs with more than 100 different employers, and even more employers recruited Kelley students and posted jobs with GCS.
Your Network of 85,000 Alumni
Kelley students belong to a worldwide network of more than 95,000 alumni, from new hires to CEOs and presidents. The Kelley experience is a powerful connection. Our alumni frequently return to campus, recruit Kelley students, and share their wisdom with students as guests in classes, speakers at Kelley events, and career mentors. Their insights and assistance can be a valuable resource throughout your career.