The school offers one- and two-year MBA programs, as well as an MMM program in management and production.
The Kellogg school is known for its emphasis on teamwork and cooperation, but also for nurturing leaders. In this context, applicants are advised to demonstrate experience in leading teams to success. The school also looks for candidates with significant career experience. One of the unique characteristics of the application process is that each candidate must pass an interview.
Students at Kellogg play central roles in many areas, including assisting the admissions committee with interviewing applicants. The school has a large alumni network (over 50,000 graduates), who also take part in admissions interviews.
Alumni include the following individuals, with current or past positions in parentheses: Peter Peterson (Co-founder and Chairman, the Blackstone Group), Michael Gross (Founder and Senior Partner, Apollo Management), Edwin Booz and James Allen (founders of Booz Allen Hamilton consultancy) and Arthur Andersen (founder of Arthur Andersen accounting firm).