The majority of Kellstadt's MBA curriculum is occupied by requirements, with the last six course credits open to a concentration. The list of career concentrations is long, with 30 formal areas ranging from health sector management to e-business, to applied economics. Students say that the school has great course selection but professors can be inconsistent, choosing classes based on who is teaching them isn't a bad idea. Students can also earn a JD/MBA or joint MBA/MS with any of the 10 specialized MS departments, such as taxation, finance or human resources. In addition to its Chicago,based MBAs, Kellstadt also operates MBA programs in Bahrain, Prague and Taiwan.
The majority of students commute from around Chicago, as the campus is easily accessible by public transportation. Employment prospects are strong in the city, though the school's alumni spread out all over the Midwest. Social activities are somewhat limited due to the part-time nature of the programs, but students get to know each other through group work, and there are some activities planned by the school as well.