Your Career: Entrepreneurship

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 provide a thorough grounding for international entrepreneurial pursuits.

Explore Courses in Entrepreneurship

Advanced Seminar on International Trade and Investment

Analytic Frameworks for Public Policy Decisions

Best (or more plausibly, widely used) Practices

Foundations in Financial Accounting and Corporate Finance

Entrepreneurial Marketing – Building a Winning Business Plan

Financial Statement Analysis

Governmental and Non-Profit Accounting

International Business Transactions

International Financial Management

International Intellectual Property Law and Policy

Leadership in Public and Private Sector Organizations

Managerial Accounting

Managing the Global Corporation

Managing the Growing Enterprise

Market Approaches to Economic and Human Development

Microfinance and Financial Inclusion

Non-Profit Management: Important Ideas for Motivating and Leading Change

Risk Management in Banking

Starting New Ventures

Strategic Management

Strategy Management in Privatizing and Deregulating Industries

Strategy and Innovation in the Evolving Context of International Business

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Our Alumni

Manjula Dissanayake

Manjula Dissanayake


Founder, Educate Lanka Foundation, Inc.

Dissanayake was thousands of miles away from his home just outside of Sri Lanka’s capital, studying finance  and preparing for a job in investment banking, when the 2004 tsunami hit. Like many, though, he was shaken by the destruction and moved to help rebuild the human and physical capital of the struggling country. That inspiration led him to create a social enterprise dedicated to educate the underserved in Sri Lanka. That venture, now called Educate Lanka Foundation, Inc. Read more

Our Alumni

Elliot Ackerman

Elliot Ackerman


There was a moment five years ago when Elliot Ackerman (MALD ’03) found himself and his U.S. Marine Corps unit in Farah, a very violent and rugged Afghan province on the western border with Iran. As a Marine special operator, he was helping train a group of Afghan commandos, the equivalent of the U.S. Army’s Rangers. Read more