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Experiential Learning Opportunities

Academic Preparation

  • Krannert School Majors This includes information about the eight undergraduate majors offered at the Krannert School

Diversity and Inclusion

  • Jane Brock-Wilson Women in Management Center This center focuses on expanding options for women’s business education, increasing women’s management career options and supports a supportive professional environment at the School
  • Business Opportunity Program This program was started in 1968 to increase diversity in the Krannert School and give all students access to a world-class business education

Leadership Skills/ Enhancement

  • Larsen Leaders Academy The Academy offers accelerated classes, professional workshops and unique social events to top students
  • Leadership Communication Studio The area provides multimedia support for Krannert students and allows them to hone their soft skills for interviews and case competitions
  • KMP Mentors This program allows upper-division students the opportunity to have a positive impact on freshmen and sophomore students
  • Krannert Ambassadors Exceptional Krannert students who give tours, write letters and answer questions from prospective students in an effort to recruit the best and brightest students to Purdue
  • Launching Business Leaders This program helps students build a personal brand, become proficient in developing professional relationships and expanding leadership skills
  • Beta Gamma Sigma This is the premier honor society recognizing business excellence

Career Preparation



  • Purdue Foundry The Foundry exists to help Purdue students, faculty and local alumni move ideas to the marketplace more quickly


  • Purdue EPICS This is a service-learning design program that partners student teams with local community organizations to address human and environmental needs




  • CIBER Case Challenge This program, held at Connecticut, brings students together to analyze and present an international business case