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.

    What's important isn't the direction, but that the collective moves as one.

    Captain Jesse Sommer, JD/MBA ’11, found the perfect way to utilize his business and law training in the military. “The same principles that inform military work also inform what businesspeople do in commercial enterprise,” Sommer said. “The first thing is to inspire those under your charge. Inspiration is about making every person care about the mission.”


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    The Applied Client Project helps students think through a real-world lens.

    The MSMKTG program’s Applied Client Project epitomizes Kogod’s experiential learning philosophy. Students work with RedPeg Marketing, a DC-area events marketing firm, to lead a full-scale campaign, including research, strategic planning, creative implementation, and analysis of results.

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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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    Kogod School of Business Dean John Delaney


    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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    25th Annual Case Competition

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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.