(58 credits)

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:

ECO206Principles of Microeconomics3
ECO207Principles of Macroeconomics3
BUS093Business Workshop 0
BUS095Excel Tutorial0
BUS201Financial Accounting (Accounting majors must earn at least C+)3
BUS202Managerial Accounting 3
BUS250Principles of Management 3
BUS271Legal Environment of Business 3
BUS301Internship & Career Practicum1
BUS309Statistics for Business and Economics I3
BUS311Statistics for Business and Economics II 3
BUS312Operations Management 3
BUS325Marketing 3
BUS341Fundamentals of Corporate Finance (Finance majors must earn at least C+)3
BUS450Strategic Management 3
Applied Learning requirement3
Total Credits40

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 Management Courses (18 Credits)
Select one of the following tracks:18

General Track

BUS321Organizational Behavior 3
BUS345Human Resource Management 3
BUS346International Business 3
Select three of the following:9
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Introduction to Managing Sustainability
New Venture Development
Social Entrepreneurship
Cross-Cultural Management
Introduction to Project Management
Total Credits18

Sustainability Track

BUS321Organizational Behavior 3
BUS324Introduction to Managing Sustainability3
BUS345Human Resource Management 3
BUS346International Business 3
BUS424Social Entrepreneurship3
Select one upper-division Sustainability elective from outside the School of Business:3
Natural Resources and Energy
Environmental Ethics
American Environmental Politics
Politics of Environment and Development
Environmental Sociology
Total Credits18