Hear from students and administrators about the program's three major educational pillars and robust experiential offerings to understand the student experience from an insider perspective.
"The main thing that really attracted me to the program was that it was retail focused and also that it was a non-thesis program. I think it's a really good balance of both qualitative and quantitative skills.
There are so many opportunities, and there's so much that you can learn in this industry, it’s definitely growing, especially with the changes in the pandemic. It’s good to know that when we come out of the program will be prepared and have the skills that employers are currently looking for."
"I was looking at business degrees and happened to come across the MMR program and realized that I could get a degree in management that really focused on what my actual interests were. Instead of taking general classes, I could really hone in on those skills that would be important for the industry that I knew that I wanted to go into.
What I really like about the program is that it's a small group of individuals.
Going through some of these classes, especially our foundation class where we got to explore a bunch of different industries, really opened me up to the other opportunities within retail, and really allowed me to understand that there's a lot of really cool work being done across different types of retail."