An integrated curriculum is among Darden's hallmarks. In all our subject areas, our diverse faculty is committed to each participant's becoming a more effective business leader.
Accounting influences management performance, helps managers assess strategic opportunities and fulfills management's stewardship responsibility.
Finance provides insights into the challenges senior managers face in creating value for shareholders and other stakeholders in the firm.
The Global Economies and Markets area applies the ideas and methodologies of economics to the analysis of the business environment in which firms operate and managers make decisions.
The Leadership and Organizational Behavior area challenges students to stretch their understanding of human behavior in organizations and to develop their leadership abilities by engaging them in various topics.
Management Communication weaves together the rich tradition of rhetoric and persuasion, best practices of workplace communication, and the communication technology and social media managers use today.
Marketing assists in the development of the skills and insights required to build an integrated marketing program by focusing on the major forces in marketing decision-making.
Operations is concerned with management of the processes used by organizations to create and deliver value for their customers.
The Quantitative Analysis area prepares managers and executives to effectively integrate quantitative analysis into their decision making.
The mission of Strategy, Ethics and Entrepreneurship (SEE) is to be educators and thought leaders with impact in strategy, ethics and entrepreneurship, and in the integration of the three.
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