Business Requirements
Major
The major in Business, which leads to a B.S. degree, requires the following courses, totaling 42 credits:
BUS 100 Our Business and Economic Environment
BUS 105 Computer Applications
BUS 200Z Financial Accounting
BUS 205Z Management Accounting
BUS 210Z Principles of Marketing
BUS 215Z Principles of Management and Entrepreneurship
BUS 220 International Business
BUS 315Z Business Computer Applications
BUS 400Z Corporate Finance
BUS 405Z Effective Business Presentations
or CMA 100 Public Speaking
BUS 490Z Business Seminar
ECO 101 Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 102 Principles of Macroeconomics
*MTH 117 Elementary Statistics
or PSY 230 Psychological Statistics

*Business majors must take one other 3-credit math course to fulfill their requirement for a
business degree.

In addition, 18 credits in a selected career track are required. The work-based experience relates to the area of specialization.

The one elective that students may take in a selected career track can be chosen from:
ECO 253 International Economics
BUS 305 Advanced Computer Topics
BUS 335 Intro to Web Design
BUS 485 Independent Study in Business *
Any course in another track
A course approved by the department

*Required for departmental honors.

Career Tracks
Management/Marketing Track (18 credits)
Requirements

BUS 235Z International Marketing
CMA 210 Advertising
PHL 249 Business Ethics
BUS 310Z Management Information Systems
BUS 495/499 Work-based Experience
Elective

Financial Services Track (18 credits)
Requirements

BUS 225Z Personal Finance and Money Management
BUS 300Z Financial Accounting II
BUS 320Z Fundamentals of Investments
ECO 240 Money and Banking
BUS 495/499 Work-based Experience
Elective

Human Resource Management Track (21 credits)
Requirements

BUS 310Z Management Information Systems
BUS 325Z Business Law
PSY 110 General Psychology
PSY 355 Organizational Behavior
PSY 358 Human Resource Management
BUS 495/499 Work-based Experience
Elective

Minor (18 credits)

A student may minor in Business by completing the following courses:
BUS 100 Our Business and Economic Environment
BUS 200Z Financial Accounting
BUS 215Z Principles of Management and Entrepreneurship
ECO 101 Principles of Microeconomics
and two business electives approved by a departmental advisor