Impact & Insights
At Kogod, sustainability is not a business outcome—it's a business philosophy.
We believe that by leveraging data, emerging technologies, and the passion of our community, sustainable practices can be applied to every business discipline.
Online MBA student Korey Salter worked with Kogod's entrepreneurship center to commercialize an invention to address the global water crisis.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion
A just world is a diverse, equitable, and inclusive one—including the world of business.
Innovation cannot occur without diversity of thought, culture, and background, and innovation is at the core of what we do.
As part of the Antiracism in the Marketplace series, co-hosted by Kogod and AU's Antiracist Research and Policy Center, Damon Jones, chief communications officer at Procter & Gamble, discusses using advertising as a force for change.
We were the first business school in DC to teach entrepreneurship.
And almost a half-century later, our entrepreneurs are still creating the transformative, sustainable, and socially just solutions the world needs.
In 2021, Entrepreneur and Princeton Review ranked American University in the top 50 best graduate programs for entrepreneurs. The ranking takes into account schools' programming and graduates' success rates in the business world, the number of mentors available for students, and more.