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Here, you will learn how to answer questions—and question answers. You will be encouraged and enriched by inspiring peers who are driven by curiosity and not afraid to challenge conventional thinking.

You will build upon your critical-thinking skills with an analytical, multidisciplinary course of study taught by world-class faculty, which will prepare you for a broad set of careers. And you will learn how to think for yourself, challenge the status quo, and ground discoveries in data.

Our Curriculum and Program at a Glance

Master in Management students take a total of ten courses, as well as a co-curricular course, Succeeding in the Workplace. Here's an overview of the structure of the program.


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The number of months the program takes to complete.

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The number of core courses in the program.

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The number of courses you will complete in an area of specialization. We offer five areas of specialization, and you choose one of those five.

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The number of electives from which you can choose. Students must complete 1 elective.


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We kick off the Master in Management Program with our two-week Boothcamp experience in Chicago. Boothcamp begins in mid-August and provides you with foundational skills to help you thrive in the program and in the workplace.

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You will take a co-curricular course, Succeeding in the Workplace, as a complement to your foundational coursework. The course begins during Boothcamp and continues into the Autumn Quarter.

Our Master in Management Curriculum

Our Master in Management Program offers a core business curriculum rooted in the fundamentals of business, along with a set of electives that allow you to build specialized skills—all in an academic environment that will foster your boldest thinking.

As a student here, you will learn from the world’s best business school faculty. Master in Management courses in economics, management, data analytics, decision-making, and accounting provide core skills, while electives allow you to tailor your studies in finance, strategic management, analytics, marketing, or entrepreneurship.

Students take five core courses, four classes in an area of specialization, and one elective drawn from a variety of Booth courses, as well as Succeeding in the Workplace. Students also participate in an experience called Boothcamp, prior to the start of Autumn Quarter. Boothcamp includes both academic activities and professional development opportunities to help prepare you both for the program and for your career after you graduate.

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Career Tracks

To help you get the most out of your Master in Management experience at Booth, we’ve developed example course maps that are tied to the areas of specialization. If you’re interested in a career in healthcare analytics or investment management, for example, the following information will help you select the right courses.

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