The Ross School of Business, founded in 1924, belongs to the University of Michigan. It is one of the leading business schools worldwide and known as a preferred program for those looking to make a career shift and enter business. Thanks to its proximity to the heart of the US automobile industry, Detroit, the school has an excellent working relationship with this industry, especially with companies such as Daimler Chrysler, Ford and General Motors.
Ross Full-Time MBA students must complete 57 credits, taken over two years, to graduate. Up to 10 credits of the 57 can be taken outside Ross, at another school within U-M.