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.
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.
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: