In June, the Global MBA class moves to the Ross School of Business campus in Ann Arbor to complete the program.
From June through August, Global MBA students continue completing the MBA core curriculum to satisfy degree requirements before challenging two full terms of elective courses.
From September to April of the following year, Global MBA students are free to explore a vast array of topics through more than 110 elective options. During this period, they are fully integrated with students in other Ross programs, including the two-year MBA,
part-time MBA, the Master of Accounting, and the Master of Supply Chain Management. They interact with more of the Ross School’s acclaimed faculty and are able to deepen their mastery of the fundamentals by examining issues across business disciplines and perspectives.
In May and June of the final year, the Ann Arbor session concludes with the seven-week Multidisciplinary Action Project (MAP) course. During MAP, student teams consult with firms to deliver actionable solutions to organizational challenges. Students often use MAP to tailor their MBA experience. They may seek out new industries or functions, or use the course to get an inside view of a startup or incubator.
While in Ann Arbor, Global MBA students participate in all kinds of events and opportunities offered at Ross, including workshops, student clubs, conferences, and speaker series.