Kogod School of Business

Kogod School of Business

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Six Months after graduation,

% of Graduates are now Working, Grad School, or Both

Top Employers

    Results of Graduation Census as of six months after graduation for May graduates from 2013—2015.

    You can work almost anywhere in the world, you just have to love what you do.

    This philosophy is the force driving Mink to continue teaching for Kogod’s Business@American online MBA program while on his current adventure: a 4,229 mile bicycle trip across the United States. By integrating his journey into his class, he hopes to encourage students to think outside of the box, too. 


    Discover More of Allan's Journey

    Try something new! You never know what you might excel in.

    A first generation Nigerian American, Ebunola Aniyikaiye, JD/MBA ’17, grew up in Montgomery County, Maryland, not far from American University. Just because the school was close to home, though, didn’t mean she wasn’t able to spread her wings.


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    Kogod School of Business at American University


    Kogod strives to create an interactive learning environment with a strong focus on experience-based learning.

    Our students get hands-on experience in all facets of business through real-world projects inside and outside the classroom.

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    Investing in Success

    For John Delaney, Kogod School of Business’ new dean, it’s all about the students. His daily work is a heartfelt investment in their success—whether they are currently enrolled, or are emerging professionals.

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    Faculty in the Media

    • Melissa Bradley, AUCI Director, lists 3 Things IT Businesses Should Do before Raising Capital on TechInsurance.com

    • Professor Bill DeLone, Co-executive director of the Kogod Cybersecurity Governance Center, is quoted by BusinessBecause.com on why cyber security is now the hottest MBA career path.

    • Professor Donald T. Williamson reviews the history of Home Concrete, its legislative reversal in Bloomberg BNA Journal.