|Instructor Info:||Megan Briggs|
Since 1982, women have earned college degrees at a higher rate than men. Yet in 2011, female full-time workers made only 77 cents for every dollar earned by men, and in 2013 only 4.2% of Fortune 500 CEOs are women. This course is designed to provide students with ideas, information, and insights about women's experiences in business. The course will look at women's experiences both historically and currently, exploring the dynamics of power, leadership and access, and considering how this may inform and shape strategies to change the landscape for women in business. Joining us throughout the semester will be a range of Hampshire alumnae and friends who have successfully navigated careers in the business world. Students in the course will also have the opportunity to consider the ways in which their future goals may intersect with business, either directly or indirectly.
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