This major provides students with a deep grounding in the basic logic of competitive advantage, premised on a careful analytical treatment of the distinct qualities and positions of individual firms and an understanding of broader competitive dynamics. This background would position students well for guiding strategy at both established and emerging enterprises, as well as prepare them for positions with consulting firms that work with firms in setting their strategies.
Requirements for the Major
Only one credit unit of pass/fail coursework can be counted toward the major.
MGMT 611 Managing the Established Enterprise
MGMT 612 Managing the Emerging Enterprise
Course requirements for a Strategic Management major include four credit units from the following:
- At least three credit units must come from the following list:*
MGMT 653 Field Application Project
MGMT 701 Strategy and Competitive Advantage
MGMT 711 Competitive Strategy and Industrial Structure
MGMT 712 Managing Strategic Partnerships (.5 cu)
MGMT 714 Value Creation and Value Capture in American Business History
MGMT 717 Deals: The Economic Structure of Transacting and Contracting
MGMT 721 Corporate Development: Mergers and Acquisitions
MGMT 731 Technology Strategy (1 cu)
MGMT 782 Strategic Implementation
MGMT 784 Managerial Economics and Game Theory (.5 cu)
MGMT 801 Entrepreneurship (.5 cu)
MGMT 871 Multinational Business Strategy**
MGMT 891 Advanced Study Project in Strategic Management
MGMT 925 Seminar in Corporate Strategy (only with permission)
*At most one credit unit can come from MGMT 653 and MKTG 890. MGMT 691 does not count towards the Strategic Management major.
**Courses may not be offered in 2014-2015.
- You may only count up to one credit unit from the following list:*
LGST 815 Environmental Law: Management and Policy
MGMT 715 Political Environment of the Multinational Firm (.5 cu)
MGMT 720 Corporate Diplomacy**
MGMT 751 Strategic Management of Human Assets (.5 cu)
MGMT 773 Managing Organizational Change
MGMT 802 Innovation, Change & Entrepreneurship (.5 cu)
MKTG 777 Marketing Strategy
MKTG 890 Global Consulting Practicum (1.5 cu) (if approved by Strategy Advisor)
OPIM 666 Information/Industry Structure and Competitive Strategy (.5 cu)
OPIM/MGMT 690 Managerial Decision Making
* At most one credit unit can come from MGMT 653 and MKTG 890. MGMT 691 does not count towards the Strategic Management major. Global Modular Courses with a significant Strategic Management focus may be counted toward the major.
** Courses may not be offered in 2014-2015.
Advisor: Adrian Tschoegl (telephone: 215.898.1149; email firstname.lastname@example.org)