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Coursework

To complete the dual degree MMM program, students must complete 28.5 credit hours of study over 7 quarters plus an internship during the summer after the first year in the program.

MMM Schedule - Year 1                                               MMM Schedule- Year 2

Summer Fall Winter Spring Fall Winter  Spring
Marketing

Pre-term: MORS 430

Leadership in Organizations

Kellogg Elective

Pre-term: SEEK440-A

Values and Crisis Decision Making

(.05) 

Kellogg Elective Kellogg Elective

MMM Business Analytics

Accounting

Finance

Applied Advanced Analytics

(specific to MMM)

Kellogg Elective Kellogg Elective Kellogg Elective
Business Strategy Kellogg Elective

Programming Design

Kellogg Elective Kellogg Elective

Finance 

(optional)

Designing and Managing Business Process

(specific to MMM)

Microeconomics 430 Innovation Frontiers

Service Design

(specific to MMM)

Program Management Design Thinking Design Research Design of Networks

Integration

 (2 credits)

Organizing for Innovation
3 Credits 5 Credits 4 Credits 4 Credits 4.5 Credits 4 Credits 4 Credits


                     

Every moment you spend in the classroom should challenge and engage you. Because we want you to get the most out of your education, we encourage you to waive core courses comparable to classes you’ve taken before. In fact, approximately 50 percent of students waive at least one course. If granted a waiver, a student replaces the waived course with a more advanced elective in the same area. 

* Students may opt for Turbo Finance (as opposed to taking Finance I and Finance II broken out) to allow for more room in the first year but this is only recommended of students with a background in finance. Both Finance I and Finance II are required under the dual degree curriculum.

 


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