Students may design an interdisciplinary concentration of courses related to their individual goals and interests. This concentration must include twelve credits of upper division courses approved by a faculty advisor.
School of Business majors are required to complete the University core curriculum (I-V), and the School of Business Administration core, which consists of 53 credits (VI-XXI). Additionally, upper division requirements from the specific business major must be completed. General electives complete the 128 semester credit hour degree requirements. University and business school core courses at the 100- and 200-level should be completed by the end of the sophomore year.
I. Thought & Expression (7 credits): ENGL 101, SPCO 101, and PHIL 101 (preferably taken in the same semester)
II. Philosophy (9 credits): PHIL 201, PHIL 301, and PHIL 400- level elective
III. Religious Studies (9 credits): RELI 100, RELI 200, and RELI 300 levels: one course from each level
IV. Mathematics (3-4 credits): MATH 114, MATH 148, or MATH 157
V. English Literature (3 credits): ENGL 102, ENGL 103H, ENGL 105, or ENGL 106
VI. Business Computing (2 credits): BUSN 111
VII. Fine Arts (3 credits): any VART, MUSC, or THEA
VIII. History (3 credits): HIST 101, HIST 102 or HIST 112
IX. Science (3 credits): any BIOL, CHEM, or PHYS
X. Social Sciences (3 credits): any CRIM, HIST, POLS, PSYC, or SOCI
XI. Accounting (6 credits): ACCT 260 and ACCT 261
XII. Economics (6 credits): ECON 201 and ECON 202
XIII. Statistics (3 credits): BUSN 230 or MATH 121 or MATH 321
XIV. Information Systems (3 credits): BMIS 235
XV. Business Law (3 credits): BUSN 283
XVI. Finance (3 credits): BFIN 320
XVII. Management (3 credits): MGMT 350
XVIII. Marketing (3 credits): MKTG 310
XIX. Operations Management (3 credits): OPER 340
XX. Business Ethics (3 credits) BUSN 480 and BUSN 485
XXI. Strategy (3 credits) BUSN 481Students admitted with more than 45 semester credits may receive a waiver of one of the following School of Business core requirements: HIST 101, HIST 102, or HIST 112; or social science elective; or science elective; or fine arts elective.