Business Core Curriculum
(all Business majors): 40 credits
The School of Business offers eight undergraduate degree programs: Accounting, Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, General Business, International Business, Marketing, and Management. Students in each Business major must complete a 40-credit core curriculum consisting of the following courses, in which a minimum grade of C- is required for credit toward the major, with the exceptions noted below:
|ECO206||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|ECO207||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|BUS201||Financial Accounting (Accounting majors must earn at least C+)||3|
|BUS250||Principles of Management||3|
|BUS271||Legal Environment of Business||3|
|BUS301||Internship & Career Practicum||1|
|BUS309||Statistics for Business and Economics I||3|
|BUS311||Statistics for Business and Economics II||3|
|BUS341||Fundamentals of Corporate Finance (Finance majors must earn at least C+)||3|
|Applied Learning requirement||3|
Building on this core curriculum, students in each of the eight majors complete specialized courses, detailed below. Except where otherwise noted, a minimum grade of C- is required for credit toward the major.
|Required General Business Courses (12 Credits)|
|Select one upper-division course from each of the following areas|
|Elective Courses (9 Credits)|
|Select three courses from the above areas or from the following four categories, provided all prerequisite requirements are met 1||9|
Independent Study 2
Courses taken to fulfill a Business Core or Business major requirement may not also be used to satisfy the elective requirement.
Students may contact faculty in the School of Business to undertake independent study.
Students may contact the Director of Business Advising to arrange an internship and to determine the number of credits applied.