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Fall Krannert MBA & Master's Programs Profile

The fall Krannert class is a globally diverse student body from&#;29 countries, which creates a diverse team environment for our students.&#; The average Post-Bac Work experience for the Full-Time MBA class is roughly years. The cohort has a composition of 33% women.

On the Master's side, two of the newer additions to Krannert's portfolio, the MS Marketing and MS Business Analytics and Information Management (MSBAIM) programs continue to see a trajectory of growth. The MS Marketing program started in the Summer of and has grown from 19 students in its inaugural class to 23 () and now The MS BAIM program started in the Summer of with 21 students grew substantially to 82 students.

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Work Experience

Sours: https://krannert.purdue.edu/masters/mba/class-profile/
  • Flexibility in course options with specializations in areas such as finance, human resources, operations, marketing and more.
  • Summer internship.
  • Experiential learning and global business projects.
  • Participation in LGL - a professional leadership development program.  Opportunities within the Krannert Professional Development Center.
FULL-TIME MBA SPECIALIZATION AREAS

Ambitious to maximize their skill sets, most Purdue MBA students choose to complete one or two areas of focused study. We call these focused studies specialization areas or option areas.

Purdue emphasizes quantitative analysis alongside the qualitative, establishing a strong foundation of business knowledge. You’ll take that knowledge to the next level in your specialization area courses, focusing on the specific skills you decide to study. Choose your focus, then become the expert.

Specialization areas add depth to the broad base of management knowledge covered in the core curriculum and are not required for the completion of the MBA degree. Even so, specialization areas are recommended to enhance your skills in a specific business function or to market your skills to potential employers.

Your selection of a specialization area will be influenced by your own experience and your goals after graduation. Besides the explanatory resources we provide our students year-round, the Student Services Office conducts an information session during your first module to help you decide which option areas would best serve your career.

On this page, you’ll find links to overviews of the seven functional and six interdisciplinary option areas offered at Krannert.

Accounting

Our financial accounting offerings are designed from a user perspective. They will provide you with the skills to read, understand, and act upon financial reports.

Finance

The finance specialization area prepares students for a career in corporate finance or investment management, either of which requires an understanding of the role of financial markets in a global economy. Students who pursue a corporate finance career must be able to adopt the perspective of a financial manager who makes financing and investment decisions for the company.

Marketing

There are four tracks within the marketing program: industrial marketing, consumer marketing, marketing research, and consulting. Our objective is to train students for positions in any of the four tracks.

Management Information Systems

The Management Information Systems (MIS) specialization or option area explicates the science of collecting, storing, processing, and disseminating information for useful and effective decision-making by managers. Understanding the techniques to manage this information and the underlying technologies is fundamental in the business decision-making process.

Operations

The operations function of any organization carries out that organization’s main objectives. For example, if the organization is a manufacturing company, then it’s operations that makes the products. If the organization is a service provider, then operations provides the services. Operations management involves the management of business processes (used to design, produce, distribute, and deliver goods and/or services). Operations is not just manufacturing: service sector companies from health care, insurance, banking, airlines, and more hire operations managers. The Operations Management Specialization is designed to prepare students to be leaders in their operations management careers.

Strategic Management

Strategic management is built on the premise that managers make decisions that influence the overall success of their organizations. We concentrate on how the most effective managers create and maximize value for their stakeholders, competition to achieve high performance and market victories, and how and why some companies are successful while others are not.

Human Resource Management

The Krannert MBA Human Resource (HR) Management Specialization is designed to provide students with a broad understanding of various HR topics and their relationship to individual and organizational performance. The HR track is designed for students interested in pursuing a career in Human Resources Management.

Organizational Behavior

The Krannert Organizational Behavior (OB) Specialization is designed to provide students with an introduction to the critical soft skills they need to be effective leaders in organizations. The OB track is specifically designed for students seeking a general management position rather than an HR position.

Business Analytics

Surveys show that consulting has been a very desirable career among MBA students since the s. In recent years, the economy has greatly affected the consulting industry. However, a particular sector of consulting which emphasizes integration of analytical methodologies and modern information technology to generate business intelligence and solve industry-specific problems is still flourishing.

Management Consulting

Management consulting is one of the most attractive and sought-after career tracks for MBA graduates. It is a very demanding, fast-paced, and rewarding career requiring students to demonstrate a strong ability to communicate and solve problems in a team under extreme pressure. Krannert’s management consulting specialization prepares MBA students for a career in management consulting, general management or an internal consulting role. The focus of this specialization is to develop critical skills for a successful consulting career.

Global Supply Chain Management

Many of today’s most successful firms attribute their success to a strategically managed global supply chain. The complexities of coordinating and collaborating within a global network of designers, manufacturers, distributors and retailers grows as businesses seek to attain a competitive advantage through carefully formulated strategies for managing flows in physical, informational, and financial channels. The Global Supply Chain Management Option gives future managers the opportunity to be on the forefront of emerging ideas and technologies that promise to provide a differentiating advantage to businesses in the future.

International Management

In today’s global marketplace, general managers working for any company must be sufficiently knowledgeable to anticipate and respond to worldwide changes in economic and technological environments. The International Management Option provides future managers with a strategic view of the challenges and opportunities facing corporations, and with the knowledge and skills to deal with such changes.

Manufacturing/Technology Management

The Manufacturing & Technology Management (MTM) Option provides a broad, multi-disciplinary perspective of how to manage a manufacturing sector enterprise. It is designed to be taken as a dual-option in the MBA program. The goal of this option is to give students the skills they need in every functional area, such as operations or finance, to be a successful manager and leader in a manufacturing industry. MTM achieves this goal through traditional classroom learning and hands-on learning project opportunities.

Technology Innovation & Entrepreneurship

The Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship (TIE) Option Area includes the topics of technology planning, new product management, patents, capitalization, venture formation, business concept validation, commercialization, market assessment, and product planning. Technology is broadly interpreted, and a multidisciplinary perspective is emphasized.

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See what students say:

Academics

Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management is a heavyweight in the MBA universe, especially when it comes to its “areas of strength: quantitative methods, operations, finance, and economics.” Those looking to develop a “strong analytical and quantitative background” can hardly go wrong with a Krannert MBA. Best of all, at state school prices, Krannert “provides a great return on investment.” But it’s not just the school’s low tuition that lends Krannert a kinder bottom line. As one student explains, “Many of us are actually doing this program at almost no cost thanks to the number of scholarships and assistantships [on offer]. This is very unique for a top MBA program. My friends at Wharton, MIT, Tepper, etc. are paying way more!”

Krannert excels even outside its quantitatively-focused standout disciplines. Students encounter a faculty experienced “in every aspect of management, from operations and finance to marketing and HR” here. But Krannert’s academic excellence comes with high expectations. Academics are tough; there’s a “‘no BS’ atmosphere here. Here you are expected to ‘work hard, work right, and work together.’” MBAs assure us that Krannert “will push everyone to the limits, truly creating upending experiences that develop the individual along several dimensions.” This is true not merely in terms of in-class work; the program “also provides several experiential learning opportunities through [its] consulting projects and study abroad programs.” “The experiential learning projects give us good exposure to real-world work before we actually take the plunge,” students tell us.

In terms of size, Krannert is just right. The program “is small enough for each student to stand out and become a leader if they would like to,” yet “large enough and diverse enough to really learn a lot from your classmates.” Krannert keeps class sizes small, which “means that students have greater one-on-one time with professors and they remain closely knit even years after graduation.” Krannert professors “work to continue to contribute to research and stay involved in their respective fields,” yet remain “genuinely interested in helping their students and are open and available to them any time we need.”

Admissions

Applicants: 

Acceptance Rate: 49%

Average Undergrad GPA 

Years Work Experience: 5

Average Age: 28


Test Scores

GMAT (25th and 75th percentiles)

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Deadlines

Early Application Deadline


Regular Application Deadline


Rolling Admission Deadline






Other Admission Factors

Academic


GMAT Score
Undergraduate GPA
Essay / Personal Statement

School Type And Accreditation



Academics

Program Types






Students Say

Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management is a heavyweight in the MBA universe, especially when it comes to its “areas of strength: quantitative methods, operations, finance, and economics.” Those looking to develop a “strong analytical and quantitative background” can hardly go wrong with a Krannert MBA. Best of all, at state school prices, Krannert “provides a great return on investment.” But it’s not just the school’s low tuition that lends Krannert a kinder bottom line. As one student explains, “Many of us are actually doing this program at almost no cost thanks to the number of scholarships and assistantships [on offer]. This is very unique for a top MBA program. My friends at Wharton, MIT, Tepper, etc. are paying way more!”

Krannert excels even outside its quantitatively-focused standout disciplines. Students encounter a faculty experienced “in every aspect of management, from operations and finance to marketing and HR” here. But Krannert’s academic excellence comes with high expectations. Academics are tough; there’s a “‘no BS’ atmosphere here. Here you are expected to ‘work hard, work right, and work together.’” MBAs assure us that Krannert “will push everyone to the limits, truly creating upending experiences that develop the individual along several dimensions.” This is true not merely in terms of in-class work; the program “also provides several experiential learning opportunities through [its] consulting projects and study abroad programs.” “The experiential learning projects give us good exposure to real-world work before we actually take the plunge,” students tell us.

In terms of size, Krannert is just right. The program “is small enough for each student to stand out and become a leader if they would like to,” yet “large enough and diverse enough to really learn a lot from your classmates.” Krannert keeps class sizes small, which “means that students have greater one-on-one time with professors and they remain closely knit even years after graduation.” Krannert professors “work to continue to contribute to research and stay involved in their respective fields,” yet remain “genuinely interested in helping their students and are open and available to them any time we need.”


Concentrations

Accounting
Economics
Human Resources
Finance
Information Systems/Information Technology
International Business
Marketing
MS/MBA - Dual Degree
Organizational Behavior
Supply Chain Management


Specialized Masters

Accounting
Analytics and Information Management
Business Administration
Economics
Finance
Human Resources
Marketing
Supply Chain Management


Certificate Programs

Analytics and Information Management
Data Analytics
Marketing
Supply Chain Management


Center for Research

Entrepeneurship
International Business
Supply Chain Management


Sustainability

Courses in Sustainability

Yes


Sustainability course is

Optional


Description

Krannert students have completed project courses devoted to sustainability as well as independent study. http://www.krannert.purdue.edu/masters/mba/mba-fulltime/option-areas/home.php


Research Opportunities in Sustainability

Yes


Description

http://www.krannert.purdue.edu/centers/dcmme_gscmi/ Groups of students have done projects for sustainability. In addition, our Global Supply Chain Management Initiative has provided conferences that include students and industry joining together to discuss sustainability, new energy resources, and sustainable supply chain globally.


School's environmental commitment 1:

The Global Supply Chain Management Conference is active in this arena.


School's environmental commitment 2:

An HR conference is held here every year.


Careers

Career Overview

Average Starting Salary

$94,

Accepted employment by 3 months after graduation

81%


Finding Jobs & Internships

Source Of Full-Time Job Acceptances



Graduates Employed by Area of Practice

3%

Information Technology


Graduates Employed by Region


Students Say

Students can prepare for interviews, contact employers, research companies, and com- plete career counseling through the Krannert Graduate Career Services office. The office receives mixed reviews. Some praise career services staff as attentive and “very commit- ted to the students.” Others demur, complaining that “the school should do a better job at alumni networking and improve its career services.” This problem is particularly acute, we’re told, when it comes to career services for international students, no small issue at a school with a 43 percent international student enrollment.

Recent employers of Krannert MBAs include: Bank of America, Citibank, Cummins, Discover Financial, General Electric, Guidant, IBM, Intel, Pratt & Whitney, Procter & Gamble, Raytheon, Samsung, United Technologies, and Wyeth.


Job Function

Job Function% of Grads Seeking Employment Who Accept
Jobs w/in 3 Months
Median SalaryMean SalaryLow Base SalaryHigh Base Salary
Operations / Logistics40%$85,$91,$64,$,
Marketing / Sales26%$,$94,$55,$,
Consulting14%$,$,$95,$,
Human Resources9%$90,$87,$82,$90,
Finance / Accounting8%$,$98,$75,$,
Information Technology3%

Industries

Industries% of Grads Seeking Employment Who Accept
Jobs w/in 3 Months
Median SalaryMean SalaryLow Base SalaryHigh Base Salary
Consumer Products34%$,$,$60,$,
Technology23%$78,$80,$65,$95,
Consulting14%$,$,$90,$,
Manufacturing11%
Pharmaceutical / Biotechnology / Healthcare6%
Other6%
Financial Services3%
Media / Entertainment3%

Prominent Alumni

Joseph Forehand

Retired Chairman, Accenture


Marshall Larsen

Chairman, President, CEO, Goodrich Corp.


Marjorie Magner

Managing Partner, Brysam Global Partners, listed among Most Powerful Women in Business (Forbes)


Venu Srinivasan

Chairman and Managing Director, TVS Motor Co.


Jerry Rawls

President and CEO, Finisar


Tuition & Aid

Dates

Application Deadlines

Mar 1


Tuition Full-Time (per year)

Tuition (In-State)

$22,

Tuition (Out-State)

$42,


Tuition Part-Time (per credit hour)


Expenses per Academic Year

Estimated Room And Board On-Campus

$10,

Estimated Room And Board Off-Campus

$10,


Student Body

Student Body Profile

Total Full-Time Enrollment

93


Foreign Countries Represented

16


Demographics

%

Underrepresented Minorities



Campus Life

Students Say

Krannert “had the best building of any school I visited,” one student notes, referring to the “well-equipped facilities in Rawls Hall,” which “is consistently rated the best building on campus. It is in the best location on campus, next to the student union build- ing, and the main hill where all the shops and stores are, and only literally ten steps from the most popular bar in town.” The building is a nexus of activity, hosting “classes, stu- dent club activities, social gatherings, coffee [houses], call outs, company presentations, guest speakers, team assignments, study groups, etc.”

The school “really tries to make a community for all of its students,” through campus “organizations that help new students, international students, and families become accustomed to life in West Lafayette. They host many cultural events to show the diver- sity of its student body and educate everyone [on the different] cultural background[s].” Campus life offers “a huge number of activities that one can take part in or lead. Be it clubs, the entrepreneurship center (Burton D. Morgan), international trips, club trips, case competitions, taskforces, GCSMI (Supply Chain Initiative), social activities, etc.” Hometown West Lafayette has “plenty of restaurants to choose from and cost of living is very affordable.” Purdue athletics is another big attraction, of course.

The student body includes “a truly international population that provides for diversity in culture, thoughts, and work styles.” “It has truly been a melting pot experience,” one student writes. Students are also diverse in age: “There are a number of students who are married [and some with] kids,” while “at the same time, there are quite a few students that graduated from undergrad within a year of starting the MBA program.”


More Information

% of Classrooms with Internet Access


Campus-wide Internet Network


Internet Access for All Students






Sours: https://www.princetonreview.com/business/purdue-university-krannert-graduate-school-management

Full-Time MBA Class Profile

Class of Profile - Entering Fall

Full-Time MBA - Average age: 29, Average years of work experience: , Holding advanced degrees: 20 percent, 40 percent women, 27 percent international

Scores

GMAT Mean
GMAT Median
GPA Average

Countries/Regions Represented

Major Universities Represented

Beijing Jiaotong University
Brigham Young University
Calif Polytechnic St Univ Slo
Hitotsubashi University
Northeastern University
Oregon State University
Purdue Univ West Lafayette
Santa Clara University
Shanghai International Studies University
United States Naval Academy
Universidad de Chile
University of California Irvine
University of California San Diego
University of Connecticut
University of Massachusetts
University of Oregon
University of Shiraz
University of Toronto
University of Washington
Yonsei University

Examples of Prior Employment

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
COWAY Co., Ltd.
CVS Pharmacy
Foxit Software Inc.
General Atomics Aeronautical
Intuit Inc.
J.P. Morgan Chase
KLA Corporation
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
LytEn
Mercury Systems
Mizuho Financial Group, Inc.
National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine
Nvoicepay
Performance Technical Documentation Services, Inc

Socofar (Subsidiary of FEMSA Mexico)
Tinuiti
Tratek GmbH
U.S. ARMY
United States Coast Guard
United States Navy
Wells Fargo
WuXi AppTec Ltd.
Sours: https://rady.ucsd.edu/programs/masters-programs/mba/full-time/profile/

Mba class profile purdue

As a part of Purdue University, Krannert School of Management is the place to study for students interested in learning business and management skills with a focus on big data, technology, and other STEM subjects.

Purdue University is ranked #12 among public universities by U.S.News and world report (). It&#;s the number 1 destination for international students in several STEM disciplines. The Krannert School of Management gives entrepreneurs of tomorrow a unique opportunity to understand businesses from this unique perspective.

The Krannert School of Management’s two-year MBA is ranked #9 in the world by the Wall Street Journal , and in the financial times ranked the same program #16 for MBA among public universities.

Purdue University Krannert School of Management - Purdue MBA Class Profile _ Notable Alumni _ Employment Reports

If Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management is your target business school, this article will help you in researching the class profile, and career prospects its full-time MBA program can offer you.

Following is a brief outline of this article:

Krannert School of Management MBA &#; General Information

Location – Krannert Building
W. State Street
West Lafayette, IN

Dean: David Hummels

Admissions Office

Purdue MBA and MS Programs Office
Rawls Hall, Suite
S. Grant Street
West Lafayette, IN

Email: [email protected]
Phone: ()

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Krannert School of Management MBA Program: Class Profile | Cost of Attendance | Median Salary

Below are the details of the Krannert School of Management’s full-time MBA program’s class profile, cost of attendance, median salary.

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S. No.Krannert School of Management &#; Purdue University Numbers
1GMAT score
2Mean GPA
3Class Size (enrolled in the class of )46
4Program Cost (per semester)$11, (for residents of Indiana)
$21, (for non-residents of Indiana)
5Employment rate80%
6Domestic employment rate94%
7Median starting salary &#; graduating class of $80,
8Median signing bonus &#; graduating class of $10,
9Average base salary &#; graduating class of $86,
10Average signing bonus &#; graduating class of $13,

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Here is the list of the total cost (tuition fee + living expenses) of top MBA programs across the world.

Krannert School of Management MBA &#; Class Profile

Here is the Purdue MBA class profile

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Enrolled46
GMAT  score
Undergraduate GPA (Mean)
Mean TOEFL
Average age27
% of women in the class24%
Average months of work experience51

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Krannert School of Management: MBA Application Deadlines

With so many programs it is important that students applying for Krannert School of Management pay close attention to the MBA admission guidelines.

The application must be filled using Purdue’s Graduate School online application. Applicants need to submit the following:

    • A statement of purpose
    • 1 required essay (1 optional essay)
    • 2 recommendations which must be submitted online
    • Transcripts of academic work
    • 1 video essay
    • GMAT or GRE test score (the GMAT test score is preferred)
    • And a non-refundable application fee ($60 for domestic applicants and $75 for international applicants).

Here are few articles that can help you with your MBA Application: How to make an impressive MBA Application Video Essay, MBA essay: 5 types of essays explained with examples, GMAT score required for MBA.

For international students, there are a few added admissions requirements for Purdue MBA:

They must give their English language proficiency test (TOEFL or IELTS) results and a certified official copy of diploma/degree certificate which is equivalent to a four year U.S. Bachelor’s degree.

As always, the competition is tough, and it is very important that you have your application ready by Round 1 or Round 2.

Learn here why applying in Round 1 or Round 2 is important.

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Purdue MBA Admissions deadlines
Round 1 (Early Round)September 1 – November 15,
Round 2 (Priority Round)November 16, – January 15,
Round 3 (Final International Round)January 16 – March 1,
Round 4 (Final Domestic Round) March 2 – May 1,

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Krannert School of Management: Employment Report Class of

Unlike other MBA programs, Purdue Krannert’s graduates opted in large numbers for the Manufacturing industry (34%) and for the Consumer Products industry (22%). The usually favored industries like Consulting and Financial Services just took in 12% and 4% of the MBA graduates.

Here’s a detailed look at the employment statistics by industry, job function, and location.

Purdue MBA Program: Employment by Industry

Manufacturing and Consumer Products industry recruited over half the full-time MBA class of at Krannert. In the third spot came Consulting with 12% of the accepted job offers.

Below is the detailed employment report of the outgoing class of of Krannert School of Management.

Purdue Krannert School of Management - Employment by Industry

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IndustryPercentage of Class
Financial Services4%
Consumer Products22%
Consulting12%
Manufacturing34%
Pharma/BioTech/Healthcare4%
Government4%
Technology8%
Non-Profit2%
Other4%

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Purdue MBA Program: Employment by Function

Purdue Krannert’s outgoing MBA class of were recruited heavily for roles in Operations and Supply Chain Management &#; 34% of the class took up these roles. The second most popular function turned out to be Marketing / Sales with 22% of the class entering these job functions. However, in keeping with industry standards Consulting – which only accounted for 10% of the class – paid the best salaries. The average salary for consultancy roles was $ 99,

Purdue Krannert School of Management - Employment by Function

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Function BreakdownPercentageAverage Salary
Consulting10%$99,
Finance/Accounting14%$86,
General Management6%$91,
Marketing/ Sales22%$80,
Operations / Supply Chain34%$90,
Human Resource14%$81,

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Krannert School of Management: Major Employers of the Class of

  • Accenture
  • Amazon
  • T. Kearney
  • Bank of America
  • CGN Global Consulting
  • Dell
  • Deloitte Consulting
  • Eaton
  • Elanco
  • Electronic Arts
  • Emerson
  • Expedia
  • ExxonMobil
  • EY
  • Ford
  • General Electric
  • Hormel
  • Intel
  • MasterCard
  • Meritor
  • Nationwide
  • Northrop Grumman
  • Nucor
  • PepsiCo
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Proctor & Gamble
  • Roche Diagnostics
  • Rolls-Royce
  • Shell
  • Shire
  • Sprint
  • The Clorox Company
  • The Hershey Company
  • United Technologies Corp.
  • USAA
  • Vanguard Investments

Krannert School of Management: Notable Alumni

Purdue University Krannert School of Management - Purdue MBA Notable Alumni

Following are some notable alumni of Purdue University Krannert School of Management:

  • Kendell Abrams, ServiceNow Business Analyst, Acorio
  • Spencer Abrams, Customer Success Manager, Aha!
  • Brandy Ake-Dora, Client Insights Consultant, IRI
  • Thomas E. Arenberg, Senior Executive (retired), Accenture
  • Jody Banks, Human Resources Director, UCB
  • Matt Bauke, Supply Chain Consultant, West Monroe Partners
  • Dianne Beever, Consultant, Independent Management
  • Whitney Brooks, Account Executive, Nutanix
  • Bob Burlas, Regional Vice President and General Manager, Pomeroy IT Solutions
  • Sungwoo (Benjamin) Cho, Executive Planning Director, Kwangwoon University
  • Steve Creel, Director of Finance, Eaton Corporation
  • Jeff Durr, Senior Client Partner, Korn Ferry
  • Jon Ferency, Finance Business Manager, Roche
  • Elizabeth Forman, Owner, Endwell Associates
  • Jeff Hazlett, Director of Portfolio Performance, GPB Capital
  • Marc Hochman, Partner, A.T. Kearney Inc., COO, A.T. Kearney Procurement & Analytic Solutions
  • Susan Jischke, Global Classification Lead, IBM
  • Rose Kelly-Falls, VP, Sourcing and Customer Engagement, Proxima
  • William Klenk, Executive Director (retired), Off Highway and Hybrid Electric Business, Allison Transmission
  • Lauren Libert, Program Manager, Humana Inc.
  • Don MacKay, Retired, Director of Business Integration, Sears Holdings Corporation
  • Caitlin McPherson, Associate Brand Manager, ConAgra Brands
  • Mary Pat Meade, Director, Alpha Performance Group
  • Priya Padmanabhan, Compensation Business Partner, Salesforce
  • Jeff Powers, Retired Executive, IBM
  • Scott Sandefur, GMNA Labor Relations &#; Vice President, General Motors
  • Mary Slater, Strategy and Business Consultant, Downstream Management Consultancy at Shell Oil Company
  • Matt West, Chief Financial Officer, Griffith Foods
  • David Woodruff, Business Unit Executive, IBM Corporation

Here are some other programs to consider if Purdue University&#;s Krannert School of Management is your target business school. We have listed the programs by stretch, match, and safety. Note that these options are presented on the basis of the school&#;s brand image and ranking status as a general yardstick.

Stretch Schools: Michigan State (Broad), Wisconsin School of Business, Arizona State University (W.P. Carey), Vanderbilt (Owen)

Match Schools: Maryland (Smith), Boston College (Carroll), Texas A&M (Mays)

Safety Schools:  Pittsburgh (Katz)

Sours: https://e-gmat.com/blogs/purdue-university-krannert-school-of-management-class-profile-employment-reports-notable-alumni/
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