About the Program
Multiple components, one goal
The Core Curriculum
In addition to the coursework they complete as part of their major, Management Fellows receive training in topics critical to success in the global economy. Fellows will build foundational knowledge in economics, finance and accounting, and then learn about the ethical and cultural challenges of doing business. Finally, Management Fellows put these skills to use during off-campus, semester-long internships and an innovative senior seminar. View the full curriculum...
|Business Fundamentals||Honors/Experiential Learning|
|Introduction to Economics
Statistics for Economics and Management
Managerial Accounting/Corporate Finance Business Ethics/Ethical Theory
|Business and the Liberal Arts Supervised Internship
Management Fellows Senior Seminar
The Speaker Series
Management Fellows take part in the Robert C. McDermond Center Speaker Series. As part of this speaker 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. View our upcoming speakers...
The Management Fellows Program includes a full-time, semester-long, credit-bearing business internship. More than 800 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. View our recent internship placements...
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