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Educating inclusive business leaders.

While learning in a team-focused environment, the Full-Time MBA Program fosters a diverse and inclusive community of varying backgrounds. These diverse backgrounds and experiences add to our well-rounded curriculum and contribute towards the growth of future business leaders.

Full-Time MBA Program Commitment

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We understand that inclusivity, cultural sensitivity, and unconditional equity are no longer leadership best practices, they are foundational. We seek out and celebrate diverse voices and experiences because they fuel innovation, creativity, and success on campus and in business.

By earning your MBA through the Broad College of Business, you will be immersed in an inclusive community of peers and faculty that will challenge you to solve future business problems with a different angle and an emphasis on equity.

Broad MBA Students at a Glance

Our Partnerships



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Connect your experiences with the Broad MBA curriculum to impact social and business decisions that affect your life. Pair these with on-campus student organization involvement to build lifelong networks of colleagues and friends.

As people of color and business professionals interested in pursuing an MBA, the Broad College is fortunate to have organizations (Black MBA and Multicultural) that help build a sense of community.

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The Broad Full-Time MBA Program can help you apply your military experience to a civilian career, maximize your investment in yourself, and prepare you for future challenges through professional and personal development.

We are fortunate to have an organization dedicated to the common experience of serving the people of the United States through military service. The Broad MBA Veterans have members from all branches of the military with various backgrounds.

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With the Broad Full-Time MBA, your goals are supported by a family of Spartans: from your current class, including student organizations and opportunities, to our expansive network of alumnae.

One of the prominent student organizations is the Broad Women MBA Association, which strives to enhance the MBA experience by providing students opportunities to build personal and professional relationships beyond the classroom.

The Broad MBA program is a proud partner of the Forté Foundation and can offer fellowships to candidates!

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The Full-Time MBA program is committed to our efforts of supporting and developing the next LGBTQIA+ business leaders. By connecting your personal interests, academic plans, and career goals, the program provides various resources and opportunities to foster your success.

With our growing partnership with ROMBA and Spartan Pride, Broad MBA LGBTQIA+ students and allies can take comfort knowing our dedication to this population is a focus.

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In order to succeed in business, the Broad MBA believes connections and understanding from various countries and cultures are key. By leveraging your experiences and education, the Full-Time MBA program can help you become the next business leader.

One of the largest student organizations is the Multicultural MBA Association, which is dedicated to fostering a community among ethnically diverse students within the program.

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Broad MBA DEI Events

Each year, our student resource groups as well as the Broad MBA program office offer a variety of DEI-focused events for our students. Some examples of these events include:

Diwali Celebration

Lunar New Year Celebration

DEI Week (collaboration between all DEI Student Resource Groups)

Broad 360 (for prospective students)

MBA Women Lunch and Learn sessions

Women in Business events

Movie and podcast discussions led by the Black MBA Association

Holi Celebration

Annual MBA Veteran’s Run

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Facilitate and sustain an inclusive environment for Full-Time MBA students, faculty and staff, and to acknowledge and celebrate differences within the program, as lived experiences energize innovation and challenge geographical, cultural, and historical barriers.


Empower the voice of the Full-Time MBA Program by:

  • Engaging in cultural competency conversations, listening, and giving thoughtful attention to our population’s identities (race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation/identity, ability, religion, public service, etc.). Furthermore, raising awareness on how these identities interact with each other.
  • Developing a culture of excellence through continuing education of important issues and causes of our community members’ identities. Then, promoting critical thinking skills on implicit, cognitive, and systematic bias.
  • Using our platform to advance current systems and structures in business education and curriculum in the Broad College of Business.
  • Cultivate accountability through transparency of processes and data-driven decisions.

When we engage, develop, and advance our community, we facilitate the personal, professional, and academic growth of everyone.

Broad College of Business DEI Values, Vision and Goals

Class of 2023 Committee Members

  • Emily Dudlets (Human Resources and Strategic Management)
  • Alexander Platschorre (Supply Chain Management)
  • Kimberly Rodriguez (Human Resources and Strategic Management)
  • Gursimran Singh (Supply Chain Management/Business Analytics)
  • Nicole Hamilton (Marketing)

Learn more about the strides in the DEI space being made within the Broad MBA in our Belonging at Broad DEI Progress Index:

Belonging at Broad


Other Resources

DEI-focused podcast episodes

Our podcast, Spartan Stories: The Broad MBA, often focuses on DEI within the program and DEI work and initiatives that our alumni are leading in the business world.

Recap with the Class of 2020 Part 2

In part two of our recap with the Class of 2020, we catch up with three of our female graduates. We talk about their experience going into the workforce impacted by the onset of COVID and discuss the topic of DEI in this time of uncertainty.

Recap with the Class of 2020

In part one of our recap with the Class of 2020, we catch up with three of our alumni. We begin with talking about their experiences going into the workforce impacted by the onset of COVID and discuss the topic of DEI in the business world.

Working for the Biggest Company You’ve Never Heard Of

On this episode, we sit down with three-time Spartan Arica Drummond-Clay as we discuss the hot topic of DEI and how to make the most out of the internship experience.

A Talk About DEI with the VP of People Experience at Twitter

On this episode, we sit down with two-time Spartan and MBA alum Dalana Brand, as we discuss her path to Twitter, how she is heading DEI initiatives for the company’s future outlook and what DEI means for companies in the future.

From the Military to Business School

On the first episode of Spartan Stories, we sit down with 2nd year MBA Frank Martinez as he details his journey from the military to Broad MBA student.


Recent DEI news from the Broad MBA

Learning about diverse backgrounds and new traditions from the Multicultural MBAA

Finding success and a supportive community in a new country

Broad MBAs place second at DEI-focused case competition

MBA student shares her journey as a first-generation Latina in business

Broad MBA bolsters diversity, equity, inclusion efforts

Broad Inc. DE&I Week: A celebration for everyone

Broad vs. Broad case competition emphasizes DEI