Strategic Management and Consulting for Global Impact

Required Course

One of the below courses must be taken as the required course. If one of the classes has been taken to fulfill the sustainable business core requirement, it may not count towards the field. If more than one course is taken from this list, the second course may count as a field elective

EIB B230 Managing NGOs and Social Enterprises

EIB B252 Corporate Social Responsibility in the Age of Globalization

EIB B240 Sustainable Business

DHP P256 Innovation for Sustainable Prosperity


At least 6.0 elective credits from the following courses. Note:

  • If either B26M/International Marketing Management or B281M/Supply Chains is taken to complete a core requirement, it may not count towards the field.

*DHP P203 Analytic Frameworks for International Public Policy Decisions

*DHP P237 Privacy in the Digital Age

DHP P251 Energy, Entrepreneurship, and Finance

DHP P253 Sustainable Development Diplomacy

EIB B212 Starting New Ventures

EIB B232 Work and Employment Relations in the 21st Century

EIB B234 Strategic Management in Privatizing and Deregulating Industries

EIB B241 Financial Inclusion – A Method for Development

EIB B243M Market Approaches to Economic Inclusion

EIB B244M Financial Inclusion and the Informal Economy

EIB B254 Cross-Sector Partnerships

EIB B263M International Marketing Management

EIB B262 Marketing Research and Analysis

EIB B264 Strategic Marketing for NPOs

EIB B269 International Business and China

EIB B281 Managing Operations and Supply Chains in Global Companies

*EIB E245 Econometric Impact Evaluation for Public Policy and Social Programs

*EIB E247 Econometric Impact Evaluation for Development


Field Advisor: Bhaskar Chakravorti


Self-designed field of study

Students may self-design a field that matches their professional and academic interests. The field must be approved by the Committee on Student Academic Programs. Guidelines for the field include:

  • Should be a business focused (as opposed to Global Affairs) field
  • The majority of classes should be focused on business, finance, or economics content
  • It must differ significantly from the established fields
  • Cross registered courses may count, but the core course should be a Fletcher course

    * indicates STEM designated course