Integrated Program in Business & Entrepreneurship

Contrary to popular belief, successful entrepreneurs and business leaders come from all academic disciplines and majors — you don’t have to major in Business to be interested in business! Just ask Ted Turner (Classics major) or Carly Fiorina (Medieval History and Philosophy major).

 

Special learning opportunities

Participants develop skills in collaborative leadership, financial analysis and modeling, project and time management, business research and analysis, and creative problem-solving.

Students integrate academic content and professional skills through internships, off-campus case studies, and faculty-student project work. 

A faculty coordinator with a background in business and social entrepreneurship directs the program and helps students make connections to alumni, practitioners in the field, and potential employers.

Workshops, speakers, and events scheduled throughout the year offer lots of opportunities to learn new skills, discuss innovative business practices, and hear from leaders in the field. 

 

Career Connections

The faculty coordinator helps advise students on appropriate academic courses across the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities to complement their interests in Business.

Linking the Integrated Program with either the Business and Non-Profit Management or Economics major allows for a comprehensive experience integrating theory and practice.

Earlham’s Integrated Program in Business and Entrepreneurship is designed to help students build tangible knowledge, skills and abilities to accelerate the transition from college to career. 

 

Related Programs

Distinctively Earlham
Open to all students, regardless of major, the Integrated Program in Business and Entrepreneurship can be undertaken at any point in a student's Earlham career.

 

Our learning-by-doing approach gives students a diverse suite of competencies, skills and experiences to help translate their liberal arts education into real-world applications.
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Earlham College, an independent, residential college, aspires to provide the highest-quality undergraduate education in the liberal arts, including the sciences, shaped by the distinctive perspectives of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

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