About the Program
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||GROUP C:||ONE OF THE FOLLOWING|
|ECON 294||Intermediate Microeconomics||ECON 280||Managerial Accounting|
|ECON 295||Intermediate Macroeconomics||ECON 393||Managerial Finance|
All Management Fellows must complete ECON 100, ECON 220, and ECON 294 or ECON 295 by the end of their third semester at DePauw. By the end of their fourth semester students must complete group C and Econ 350. This means all course requirements must be met by the end of the junior year, excluding the Business Ethics course and HONR 400.
For complete information on academic requirements, please see the Management Fellows Handbook.
The Management Fellows Program includes a full-time, semester-long, credit-bearing business internship. More than 500 Management Fellows have successfully completed internships in a wide variety of companies across the United States and around the world, gaining valuable experience in finance, consulting, sales and marketing, strategic planning, and investment banking.
To see a listing of our current placements, please click here.
Management Fellows have the opportunity to take part in the Robert C. McDermond Center Lecture Series. As part of this lecture series, students interact with business leaders from across the country as they share their experiences and answer questions. Each semester the McDermond Center brings in six to eight speakers from a variety of industries.
See this semester's current lecture schedule.