Though it is a nontraditional school, Keller's approach to the MBA is fairly typical: its curriculum has a prescribed set of core classes, followed by open scheduling to allow for specialization. MBA students can concentrate in 15 areas, ranging from e-commerce management to marketing, to security management, or participate in an MBA/CPA program. Keller also has 13 graduate certificates, including ones in network and communications management and wireless communications, as well as six specialty masters degrees.
The alumni network at Keller is vast, but not especially close-knit. Students have access to the usual slate of career services through the website and attached campus offices. Social life between students is limited, but most do not choose Keller for more than their degree, as the program also tends to attract older, working students with family obligations.