Your Career: Corporate Management

The Fletcher School offers a rigorous, yet flexible curriculum to let you tailor your graduate education to the international career of your choice. The following Fletcher courses can help you launch or advance your career in corporate management.

Explore Courses in Corporate Management

Microfinance and Financial Inclusion

Field Studies in Global Consulting

The Global Food Business

International Business Strategy and Operations

Managerial Accounting

Managing the Global Corporation

Social Networks in Organizations - Part One

Social Networks in Organizations - Part Two

Starting New Ventures

Strategic Management

Strategic Management in Privatizing and Deregulating Industries

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Our Alumni

Sarah Cartmell MALD F09

Sarah Cartmell


Global Product Marketer, GE Intelligent Platforms

Cartmell chose the MALD program because its interdisciplinary curriculum would allow her to learn about diverse topics, including politics, economics, the law and business. In her current role at GE Intelligent Platforms as a global product marketer, Cartmell has found that this broad exposure to different perspectives has been indispensable. Read more

Our Alumni

Chris Hummel


North American President, Siemens Enterprise Communications

At Fletcher, he suggested, you should, first, focus on your differentiation: Don’t try to be everyone else. Take advantage of all the other programs that are here. And second, emphasize the skills it takes to work in a matrix-environment: That’s a major differentiator.” Read more

Charles Dallara

Charles Dallara presenting at The Fletcher School November 2012.

Charles Dallara

MA 75, PhD 86

Managing Director of the Institute of International Finance

Charles Dallara has held a number of leadership positions in the public and private sectors, including managing director at J.P. Morgan & Co., assistant secretary of the U.S. Treasury for International Affairs, and United States executive director of the International Monetary Fund. He recently served as chief negotiator on behalf of the private sector institutions engaged in Greece’s sovereign-debt restructuring. Read more on his thoughts about the key to resolving Greek's debt crisis.