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General Education Requirements

The Program offers 11 courses that fulfill General Education Requirements: three courses that meet the Abstract Reasoning component of the Analytical Reasoning Requirement — MGMT 101, 103 and 310, one course that meets the Quantitative Reasoning component of the Analytical Reasoning Requirement — MGMT 120, two courses that meet the Domestic component of the Perspectives in Diversity Requirement — MGMT 342 and 343, four courses that meet the International component of the Perspectives in Diversity Requirement — MGMT 322, 324, 325 and 377, and one course that meets the Wellness Requirement — MGMT 260.

In addition, MGMT 305, 306, 309, 312, 313, 315, 361 and 369 qualify as Research courses, and MGMT 368 is a Writing Intensive Course.

 

The Major

Students are encouraged to begin the Major during the first or second year. This provides flexibility in the student’s schedule to participate in an off-campus program and to develop multinational professional networks among other students in the Program.

    • The Core:

      • MGMT 141 World of Business
      • MGMT 200 Financial Accounting
      • MGMT 381 Field Experience Seminar
      • MGMT 368 Business Communication
      • MGMT 481 Internships, Field Studies and Other Field Experiences
      • MGMT 488 Senior Capstone Experience
      • One of the following analytical/quantitative courses:
        • MGMT 100 Introduction to Economics
        • MGMT 120 Elementary Statistics
        • MGMT 204 Statistics for Economics
        • PSYC 245 Research Methods and Statistics
    • Tracks

      • Students must complete three courses from one of the following tracks:
        courses in italics are future courses not yet approved
        • Finance
          • MGMT 305 Econometrics
          • MGMT 308 Impact Investing
          • MGMT 330 Money and Capital Markets
          • MGMT 333 Managerial Finance
          • MGMT 346 Behavioral Economics
          • MGMT 362 International Finance
          • MGMT 369 Corporate Valuation
        • Marketing
          • MGMT 309 Consumer Behavior
          • MGMT 310 Marketing Strategy
          • MGMT 222 International Marketing
          • MGMT 354 Entrepreneurial Marketing
          • MGMT 361 Social Media and Marketing
        • International Business
          • MGMT 221 Introduction to Global SCM Management
          • MGMT 222 International Marketing
          • MGMT 313 Social Entrepreneurship
          • MGMT 315 Introduction to International Business
          • MGMT 362 International Finance
        • Leadership and Change
          • MGMT 211 Leadership: Theory & Practice
          • MGMT 312 Leadership and Change
          • MGMT 342 Leadership and Dealing with Differences
          • MGMT 343 Conflict Resolution
        • Social Entrepreneurship and Social Change
          • MGMT 306 Ennovation Lab
          • MGMT 308 Impact Investing
          • MGMT 313 Social Entrepreneurship
          • MGMT 325 Nonprofits and Civil Society
          • MGMT 354 Entrepreneurial Marketing
          • POLS 355 Politics of the Developing World
        • SCOM/MIT
          • MGMT 221 Introduction to Global SCM Management
          • MGMT 265 Management Information Technology
          • MGMT 353 Transportation and Logistics
          • MGMT 361 Social Media and Marketing
          • MGMT 367 Information Technology in the Modern Business World
    • Electives

      • Students must take two 3-credit MGMT courses from a track outside of their chosen track, with at least one 3-credit course being an upper-level course.

 

The Minor

Earlham graduates, whatever their majors, frequently pursue careers that move them into management positions. By taking Global Management as a minor, students in any major can develop an understanding of how to work and lead in an organization.

Students minoring in Global Management must complete these courses:

      • MGMT 141 World of Business
      • MGMT 200 Financial Accounting
      • MGMT 211 Leadership: Theory & Practice
      • Two additional upper-level MGMT courses

Earlham College, an independent, residential college, aspires to provide the highest-quality undergraduate education in the liberal arts, including the sciences, shaped by the distinctive perspectives of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

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