Are you interested in embarking on an intellectually stimulating journey of discovery to prepare yourself for leading and managing organizations of the contemporary Fourth Industrial Revolution era through attaining managerial tech competencies within a thriving innovation and entrepreneurship amplifying ecosystem? Do you want to start work right away? Do you seek a well-paying job? Does leadership come naturally to you? Do you find yourself constantly seeking out opportunities to learn and grow? If so, you have reached the right information page that will shape your future.
It is my distinct privilege to welcome you to the Kettering University School of Management! I feel a profound sense of responsibility to partner with you as you prepare to strive toward developing relevant human capital through college education that will equip you to launch a successful career in leadership and management. We are at an inflection point of history where continuing disruptive innovations and emerging new economic order will bring propitious opportunities to seize upon. We want to ensure that you are well prepared to address the societal and economic challenges that lie ahead in a global, data-driven, digital environment.
The School of Management at Kettering University is at the forefront of transforming management education through disciplinary integration that confluences business and STEM fields. Our century-old proven leadership development model that combines transformative experiential learning opportunity through the required co-op education with rigorous seamless on- campus academic learning prepares you to lead and manage dynamic and modern organizations.
We continue to intentionally redesign and revamp our undergraduate and graduate curricula based on the requirements of the contemporary tech-driven economy shaped by creative destruction and disruptive innovations. We strive to preserve our legacy of making time-relevant impressions in leading the re-imagination of management education with a projection of practice into the curriculum.
Dr. Haseeb J. Ahmed