American University's Kogod School of Business





29 years

Fees/Yr ( USD )

70000 - 90000



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At the Kogod School of Business, Experience Matters.

We believe in learning by doing. Kogod's programs are firmly grounded in experiential learning, giving you the real-world skills you need to develop or advance your business expertise. Students at Kogod complete hands-on projects, attend networking and speaking events, and work with leading DC companies. Our faculty, many of whom are noted experts in their fields, boast decades of experience as professors and practitioners.

The Full time MBA is an immersive program which allows students to complete core courses in the first year, leaving the second year open to electives, including a recommended consulting focus. Students may pursue a consulting focus through a predetermined sequence of courses, or may choose to explore the other exemplary business-focused electives Kogod has to offer, in topics from marketing to entrepreneurship to finance.


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Program Locations

American University Main Campus

Kogod School of Business 4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington
DC 20016-8044
United States

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