The Department
Chair: Elizabeth E. Bailey. Professors: W. Bruce Allen, Gerald R. Faulhaber, Howard Pack, Janet Rothenberg Pack, Joel Waldfogel, Dennis A. Yao. Associate Professor: Brigitte Madrian. Assistant Professors: Matthew White, Justin Wolfers. University Faculty: Robert Inman, Paul Kleindorfer, Howard Kunreuther, Peter Linneman, Olivia Mitchell, Edward B. Rock, Chris Sanchirico. Emeritus Faculty: Almarin Phillips, Arie P. Schinnar, Anita A. Summers.
(Second Concentration)
A secondary concentration in Entrepreneurship is intended to complement course work completed in a primary concentration and provide a diverse set of options for students to hone their entrepreneurial skills.  Entrepreneurship cannot be a student’s only concentration at Wharton; students must have declared a primary concentration.  A total of four cu’s are required for the secondary concentration.  
One of
 MGMT 230  Entrepreneurship
 MGMT 235*  Technological Innovation  
Three of
 FNCE 238  Funding Investments
 FNCE 250  Venture Capital & Private Equity
 LGST 213  Legal Issues for Growth Companies
 MGMT 212x Entrepreneurship and Social Wealth
  Creation (.5cu)
 MGMT 231  Entrepreneurship & Venture Initiation
 MGMG 233  Stategies & Practices of Family
  Controlled Corporations
 MGMT 237  Management of Technology
 MGMT 245  Managing the Process of Innovation
 MGMT 251  Consulting to Growth Companies
 MGMT 264x Venture Capital and Entrepreneurial
 MKTG 281  Entrepreneurship Marketing (.5 cu)
 OPIM 415    Product Design
Of the Three: Only one of the following courses may be used
 MGMT 211  Competitive Strategy
 MGMT 238  Organizational Behavior
 MGMT 244  Personnel Management
 MGMT 248  Executive Leadership
 MGMT 291  Negotiations
 OPIM 415    Product Design
One independent study in a related topic may count towards the secondary concentration.  The offering department
and the Management Department must approve this.
 *MGMT 235 is for M&T students only.
Environmental Policy and Management
The concentration in Environmental Policy and Management examines the relationship between business and the natural environment, including human health and safety as well as addressing a range of policy issues. This concentration provides an in-depth foundation for those interested in pursuing careers in the growing environmental sector of the economy, whether in private business, government or environmental consulting. It takes an interdisciplinary approach, drawing on faculty and courses from several Wharton departments. Students may pursue additional course work on environmental and technological risks in parallel with the Wharton program through the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering and Applied Science. The Director of the Environmental Management Program administers this concentration.
Four of  
 INSR 205  Risk Management
 LGST 215  Environmental Law and Business
 OPIM 102  Decision Processes
 OPIM/ BPUB 261  Risk Analysis and Environmental
 BPUB 204  Cost Benefit Analysis
Strongly encouraged
 ENVS 200  Intro to Environmental Analysis
 ENVS 300  Environmental Case Studies  
The concentration in Finance provides students a broad introduction to financial markets and to the tools financial managers use. Students who take this concentration often pursue careers in commercial or investment banking or become internal financial managers for corporations.
Many of the courses offered by the Finance Department form clusters, and students who wish to develop a specialized understanding of one area of finance should select their four courses accordingly with the advice of the department advisor. The following groupings are suggested but not required. Please note that some courses are appropriate in more than one group and that the groupings themselves may interconnect.
Corporate Finance
 FNCE 203  Advanced Corporate Finance
 FNCE 207  Corporate Valuation