New program is aimed at students with little to no work experience

Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management has launched a new masters in management program, for students with little to no work experience.

The new "M.S. in Management Studies," or MSMS, will be one year long seeks to give students the essentials of business as well as a grounding in liberal arts. Curriculum includes courses in core business topics like finance and marketing, but also covers soft skill development, through classes in leadership and communication.

The pilot program, which launches this year, is only open to graduates of liberal arts programs at Northwestern.

For more information, please see Kellogg's MSMS course webpage.

You can also read our recent article about how Masters in management programs compare to MBAs.

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