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General Education Requirements

The Program offers 10 courses that fulfill General Education Requirements: two courses that meet the Abstract Reasoning component of the Analytical Reasoning Requirement — MGMT 100 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, and seven courses that meet the International component of the Perspectives in Diversity Requirement — MGMT 321, 322, 324, 325, 372, 373 and 377.

In addition, MGMT 305, 306, 312, 313, 315 and 369 qualify as Research courses, MGMT 341, 361 and 481 qualify as Immersive Experiences, and MGMT 367 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 307 Behavioral Economics
          • MGMT 308 Impact Investing
          • MGMT 330 Money and Capital Markets
          • MGMT 333 Managerial Finance
          • MGMT 362 International Finance
          • MGMT 369 Corporate Valuation
        • Marketing
          • MGMT 309 Consumer Behavior
          • MGMT 222 International Marketing
          • MGMT 354 Entrepreneurial Marketing
          • MGMT 361 Social Media and Marketing
          • MGMT 3XX Marketing Strategy
        • International Business
          • MGMT 221 Introduction to Global SCM Management
          • MGMT 222 International Marketing
          • MGMT 313 Social Entrepreneurship
          • MGMT 362 International Finance
          • MGMT XXX Introduction to International Business
        • 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 E-novation 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 outside 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 240 Leadership Skills and Development
      • Two additional upper-level MGMT courses