The Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion is being built on Shaw Lane, connected to the Eppley Center and the North Business College Complex. The state-of-the-art facility covering 100,000 square feet is scheduled to open in fall 2019. The Pavilion’s design is focused around the concept of enhancing the Broad student experience with flexible spaces and cutting-edge technology.
The North Business College Complex is located on Bogue Street, connected to the Eppley Center. Situated on the banks of the Red Cedar, the BCC is currently home to many core business courses as well as many of the offices of Broad’s faculty, including the Office of the Dean. A Starbucks is also located on the ground level of the facility.
Address: 632 Bogue St, East Lansing, MI 48824
The Eugene C. Eppley Center is located on Shaw Lane in the heart of MSU’s main campus. It is connected to the North Business College Complex.
Since opening in October 2001, the James B. Henry Center for Executive Development has served as Michigan State University’s primary home for professional and executive education. Located just southwest of the main MSU campus, the Henry Center is the site of Broad’s Executive Development Programs and also serves as the Lansing campus for the Broad Executive MBA program.
Address: 3535 Forest Rd, Lansing, MI 48910
The Management Education Center sits on more than 25 acres in Troy, Michigan. The expansive facility boasts 25,000 square feet of flexible learning space. Integrated technology, ergonomic seating and on-demand, in-person support distinguish the MEC as best-in-class to support students and other clients’ needs. The MEC serves as the Troy campus for the Broad Executive MBA program.
Address: 811 W Square Lake Rd, Troy, MI 48098
Broad business students learn by doing. They apply what they learn in classroom settings to real-world contexts. There are several innovative laboratories and spaces designed around experiential, hands-on learning at the Broad College.
The Team Effectiveness Lab provides a space to examine basic psychological issues related to how teams make decisions under stress, the effects of team structures on performance and the ability of teams to adjust and restructure as situational demands shift. It features a military simulation that challenges team decision-making skills. Through the combination of traditional lecture-based classes and team simulation, students are able to gain greater insight into both leadership and team processes.
The IBM Supply Chain Lab provides the space for students and faculty to study, simulate and test the key relationships in an end-to-end supply chain, focusing on the dynamic flow of information and the resulting interdependencies. The lab was constructed through a Shared University Research (SUR) award from IBM, consisting of IBM software, eServer and storage technologies. The IBM Supply Chain Laboratory, located in room 110 of the Eppley Center, serves as an environment for modeling and analysis of an on-demand supply chain.
The Financial Analysis Lab provides the opportunity for hands-on training in financial modeling and valuation. The lab’s hardware and software not only emulate a real trading room, but also enable a dynamic instructional setting. The lab is equipped with dual-screen computers and a number of Bloomberg terminals. The lab is located in room 104 of the Eppley Center.
The Ernst & Young Communication Center assists master’s in accounting students in developing and refining their interviewing, public speaking and writing skills. Located in room N210 of the Business College Complex, the EYCC is a unique and valuable resource that provides MSA students with a space for resume reviews, mock interviews, paper critiques, presentation development and rehearsal, one-to-one and small group communication consultations, and filming.
The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation Culinary Business Learning Lab houses a demonstration theater, teaching kitchens, dining room and a “Hall of Fame” for alumni of the School of Hospitality Business. The CBLL occupies more than 11,000 square feet in the garden level of the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center.