Major Requirements for a BS in Management
Students majoring in Management take courses in all the major functional areas of business and accounting. These courses emphasize application of knowledge and theories to organizational situations, preparing students for entry to the business community. The liberal arts courses taken by the students enable them to attain proficiency in communication skills and critical thinking as they become responsible members of society.
For students considering graduate study in Business or Accounting, the program offers the essential courses that graduate schools require. Students contemplating graduate school should take Calculus I and II.
In addition to meeting the course requirements for each respective major, all students must also fulfill the General Education requirements for the Undergraduate College. The Bachelor of Science degree in Management requires 120 credits.
General Education Requirements approximately 48 credits
Nine credits from the Business major may be applied towards General Education requirements.
|BUS-0100||Legal Environment of Business||3 credits|
|BUS-0220||Statistics I & Problem Section||3 + 1 credits|
|BUS-0221||Statistics II & Problem Section||3 + 1 credits|
|BUS-0240||Management Information Systems||3 credits|
|BUS-0300||Organizational Theory of Management||3 credits|
|BUS-0305||Introduction to Finance||3 credits|
|BUS-0490||Senior Seminar||3 credits|
|2 Business or Accounting Electives||6 credits|
|ACC-0100||Financial Accounting||3 credits|
|ACC-0101||Financial Accounting II||3 credits|
|ACC-0200||Managerial/Cost Accounting||3 credits|
|Required Supporting Courses|
|ECO-0100||Introduction to Macro-Economics||3 credits|
|ECO-L100||Macroeconomics Problems & Applications||1 credit|
|ECO-0101||Introduction to Micro-Economics||3 credits|
|ECO-L101||Micro-Economics Problems & Applications||1 credit|
|PHI-0270, BUS-0230||Business Ethics OR Corporate Ethics & Responsibility||3 credits|
The remaining hours are electives and can consist of business or accounting classes, but should not be limited to only these areas.