There are many ways to shape your own education at Tuck. Different career paths lead to different portfolios of electives. You can also pursue independent study under the direction of expert faculty, participate in the Tuck Global Consultancy, or enroll in courses at one of the many schools at Dartmouth.
Here's an example of what what some Tuck students have taken; you can tailor your own curriculum.
Strategy & Management
Nonprofit & Sustainability Management
Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship
Center for Corporate Governance
FOCUS ON GLOBAL BUSINESS
A Global Presence in Economics
Tuck Talent in the Caribbean
Asia Business Club
FOCUS ON HEALTHCARE
The Healthcare Initiative
Professor K. Keller on sustaining successful brands
FOCUS ON NEW VENTURES
Professor Helfat on the changing nature of strategy
Professor Govindarajan on global strategy
Professor D'Aveni on Tuck and the field of strategy
Professor Finkelstein on why smart executives fail
General Management Club
Business Sustainability Initiative conference
Professor King on industry self-regulation
Allwin Initiative for Corporate Citizenship
Corporate citizenship encompasses far more than corporate philanthropy—the best companies integrate their values with strategies, products, and relationships.
International Nonprofit Consultancy Projects
The Tuck Global Consultancy gives second-year students the chance to participate overseas in onsite corporate consulting projects, many of which are for nonprofit organizations.
Ariel Halpern Lecture on Social Responsibility
Hosted by the Allwin Initiative for Corporate Citizenship, this annual event includes a speech by a prominent leader about the significant ways in which business knowledge and skills can be used for positive social benefit.