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Elective Selection

Elective Selection

Elective Selection provides an organizational framework to help MBA students explore areas of professional interest which were developed in consultation with faculty, students, recruiters and alumni. Designed to provide clearer direction in course selection, Career Tracks allow students to choose electives that best match their career goals. Students are able to sort courses and review course descriptions by these criteria, centers, divisions, and/or additional keywords.

Career Tracks are organized into four broad categories:

Consulting & Business Services    

Consider: Accounting, Business Outsourcing, Client Relations, Customer Insights/Analytics, Human Resource Consulting, Information Technology Consulting, Insurance, Management & Strategic Consulting, Marketing Consulting, Nonprofit Consulting, Operations Consulting, Other Business Services, Strategic Consulting, Sustainability Consulting
Faculty Chairs: Andrea Prat, Hitendra Wadhwa, Jerry Kim

Entrepreneurship & Social Entrepreneurship    

Consider: Emerging Markets & Social Enterprise, For-Profit Startups, Innovation, International Development, Intrapreneurship, Non-Tech Startups, Other Entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurship, Tech Startups, Venture Capital
Centers/Programs: Social Enterprise Program, The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center
Faculty Chairs: Sheena Iyengar, Olivier Toubia, Ray Fisman

Financial Services    

Consider: Asset Management, Asset Pricing, Corporate Finance, Financial Consulting, Financial Institutions, Investment Banking, Marketing, Microfinance, Public Finance, Research, Risk Management, Sales & Trading, Social Impact Investing
Centers/Programs: Heilbrunn Center, Private Equity Program
Faculty Chairs: Michael Johannes, Charles Jones, Martin Cherkes, Wei Jiang, Donna Hitscherich, Trevor Harris

General Management & Marketing    

Consider: Accounting, Brand Management, Business /Corporate Development, Business Development, Buyer/Merchandising, Corporate Social Responsibility/Sustainability, Corporate/Product Development, Finance (Internal), Nonprofit & Public Management, Operations, Other (Including Customer Relations/Project Management), Rotational Management Services, Sales, Technology
Faculty Chairs: Miklos Sarvary, Damon Phillips, Michael Morris, Don Lehman, Bernd Schmitt