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Stephen M. Ross School of Business – University of Michigan - Master of Management

Michigan Ross Master of Management Program Structure

The Michigan Ross Master of Management (MM) is a 10 month program designed for non-business undergraduates that have earned their degree recently, taught in through the Michigan Ross Sanger Leadership Center. Students learn through action-based seminars like the Leadership Crisis Challenge, Story Lab, and Legacy Lab. In total, the program features 14 courses that comprise 30.75 credit hours.

Curriculum

The program begins with a summer term, starting in June, featuring several core courses alongside workshops with the Career Development Office. Students continue core course work through the fall, winter, and spring terms, with integrated elective courses, recruiting sessions (both on-campus and self-directed), and the ABL Capstone. Those wishing to integrate international experiences to their education also have the option to complete a Global Practicum Course.

Class Profile

A total of 88 students are enrolled in the most recent Michigan Ross Master of Management class. These students joined with a 3.6 undergraduate GPA, a 610 GMAT average, and up to two years of work experience. The class featured 57 percent female students and was around 22-years old.

Career Statistics

The most recent MM class reported a 98 percent full-time job offer rate within six months of earning their collective degrees. The median base salary of the recent class was $62,500 per year, with around 27 percent of the class going into the consulting industry.

Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

The Michigan Ross Master of Management tuition is currently $48,908 for Michigan residents, and $53,908 for out-of-state and international residents. There is an additional mandatory fee of $410 for in-state residents and $500 for out-of-state and international residents.

The school estimates that additional costs for MM students is as follows:

• Books & Supplies: $2,014
• Food & Housing: $20,087
• Personal: $7,940
• Loan Fees: $278

Potential students looking for scholarship consideration are encouraged to complete an application alongside the standard program application. Federal unsubsidized, Perkins, and Grad PLUS loans are are available to select students, although which types of loans may vary from student to student.

Admissions

In order to be eligible for the Michigan Ross Master of Management program, applicants must have completed either Pre-Calculus (MATH 105 at the University of Michigan) or Introduction to Statistics (STATS 250 at the University of Michigan). In addition to a completed application, the following must also be submitted:

• Official transcripts
• GMAT/GRE scores (no minimum score, waiver available for select students)
• A current essay
• Four short essay prompts
• Two recommendations
• A $75 fee for U.S. applicants; $100 fee for international applicants (fee is waived for U.S. Armed Services members, or those that have served with Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, or Teach for America in the past three years)
• TOEFL scores (if necessary for international applicants)

Application deadlines are as follows:

Feb. 1, 2020 (International Deadline)
March 1, 2020 (Final Deadline)

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