Academics

Develop your Expertise

Build on Wharton's broad general management foundation, focusing on one or two business areas. You may select from 18 majors, or design your own individualized major — and pursue your goals.

Consisting of five course units, majors allow you to further develop an existing specialty or facilitate a future career change. Courses may count toward more than one major, and approximately 30% of the class pursues a double major.

You may customize your learning further by taking additional electives in other areas to round out the curriculum, or design your own major. Close to 5% of the class designs individualized major's to suit their specific professional interests.

Explore the Majors Available

Accounting

Business Economics and Public Policy

Entrepreneurial Management

Environmental and Risk Management

Finance

Health Care Management

Information: Strategy and Economics

Insurance and Risk Management

Management

Marketing

Marketing and Operations Management (Joint Major)

Multinational Management

Operations and Information Management

Organizational Effectiveness

Real Estate

Statistics

Strategic Management


Individualized Major: Wharton allows students with specific interests not met by the traditional majors to pursue an individualized major. Recent examples include Private Equity, Turnaround Management, and Corporate Development.

30%
of our students pursue a double major
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