Management Fellows Program
The Management Fellows Program was established in 1980 to connect students interested in business and management with the best of a liberal arts education and real-world experience.
The Management Fellows Program blends a traditional liberal arts curriculum with real-world experiences. Students may major in any discipline, but are required to take courses in economics, accounting, statistics and ethics. In addition to the required course work, Management Fellows learn from speakers who participate in the McDermond Center Lecture Series and complete a full-time, semester-long, credit bearing internship.
All Management Fellows must complete course requirements in the major of their choice, all other University distribution and competency requirements, and the Management Fellows core curriculum as listed below:
GROUP A: seven required courses / eight credits
ECON 100 Introduction to Economics
ECON 220 Financial Accounting
ECON 350 Quantitative Analysis
HONR 400 Management Fellows Senior Seminar - as of May 2007
HONR 310 Management Readings/Business Writing
HONR 320 Supervised Internship (two credits)
PHIL 233 Ethics & Business (Acceptable substitute: PHIL 230 Ethical Theory)
GROUP B: one of the following
ECON 294 Intermediate Microeconomics
ECON 295 Intermediate Macroeconomics
GROUP C: one of the following
ECON 280 Managerial Accounting
ECON 393 Managerial Finance
For complete information on academic requirements, please see the Management Fellows Handbook.