General Management Consulting

Students interested in a career with the major general management/strategy consulting firms, need a strong foundation in each of the basic disciplines, with heavy emphasis on courses in strategic thinking and analysis. In addition, it is important to understand how to review a client's financial statements and to assess the client's internal strengths and weaknesses. Students need to be familiar with strategic, marketing, and financial analysis tools.

Elective course offerings are subject to change; courses identified with an asterisk are not expected to be offered in the current academic year.

Strongly Recommended Electives

Other Suggested Electives

Negotiation Analysis (215) or Negotiations Behavior (286)

Corporate Financial Reporting (220)
Financial Statement Analysis (228)Management Accounting (222)
Managing Finance and Financing the Emerging Enterprise (231E)Supply Chain Management (240F)
Business Plan Development (295D)Project Management (241B)*
International Business Strategy (297B)International Political Economy (253)*
General Management (298D)*Brand Management (265A)
Advanced Strategy: Non-Market Competition (298D)New Product Development (266A)
Technology Strategy and Industry Dynamics (298D)Information Systems Applications (270A)*
Managerial Model Building (407)Leadership, Motivation and Power (285A)
 Managerial Interpersonal Communications (285B)
 Great Ideas in Management (298D)*
 Strategic Organizing for Consultants (298D)*
 Global Economy (406)
 Personal Computing for Managers (413A)