Arthur M. Blank School
The Blank School engages Babson community members and leads research to create entrepreneurial leaders.
Strategic Management constitutes the processes of analysis, formulation, and implementation towards sustaining competitive advantage.
The Strategic Management concentration requires two core courses to give students an in-depth understanding of the various dimensions of Strategic Management: ecosystem, industry, and competitor analysis, corporate strategy, multinational strategy, and strategy implementation. With the course offerings below, the concentration enables students to develop valuable capabilities for several career directions, including consulting or internal strategic positions.
Sponsored by: Management
Faculty Contact: Alia Crocker
Four (4) courses are required for the concentration. A minimum of two (2) must be selected from the (A) list and at least one (1) must be selected from the (B) list. The fourth course could be chosen from either (A) or (B). Please note, although the faculty recognize the benefits of the Management Consulting Field Experience (MCFE), this course does not count towards the concentration.
(A) Choose a minimum of two (2) courses from the following:
(B) Choose a minimum of one (1) course from the following:
The fourth course may come from either list (A) or (B).
If you plan to study abroad: Only two courses taken abroad may be used to satisfy the Strategic Management Concentration and must have a Babson equivalent course code from the (B) course listings below. These courses must be approved through the Glavin Office of International and Multicultural Programs in advance. All other concentration courses must be taken at Babson or lead by a Babson Strategy professor for courses taught abroad.