College of Business > Academics > Department of Management & Entrepreneurship > Majors & Minors > Management (BSB) > College Core Requirements
All undergraduate students in the Driehaus College of Business complete foundational courses in the areas of accountancy, economics, finance, management, and marketing. The core curriculum also includes courses that emphasize the increasingly quantitative and technological nature of business, the importance of the entrepreneurial mindset, and how students can use their business education to address important social challenges.
For a student to complete the Bachelor of Science in Business, the following Business Core courses totaling at least 60.0 hours are required:
Strobel students take specially designated sections of all required ACC classes, including ACC 101 and ACC 102 (excluding ACC 250 and ACC 300).
Actuarial Science and Economic Data Analytics majors must take CSC 241.
MIS majors must take MIS 360.
MKT majors and Sales minors must take MKT 276.
MGT 301-H is required if pursuing the Management Honors Program.
A course taken for Global Business Perspective that is in a student's major or minor field must be completed with a minimum grade of C- .
All undergraduate students in the Driehaus College of Business complete a course in Business Ethics. It is recommended students take MGT 248 or PHL 248 in Philosophical Inquiry or MGT 228 or REL 228 in Religious Dimensions in the Liberal Studies Program (or University Honors Program) Requirements.
The addition of a second major or minor may affect the Business Core classes required for a student. Meet with an academic advisor to confirm requirements.
If an ICS or MGT course is shared between Global Business Perspective and the Management major, additional hours of Open Elective credit are required.
A minimum grade of C- is required for the following: ACC 101, ACC 102, BUS 101, BUS 102, BUS 103, BUS 202, ECO 105, ECO 106, MAT 137, MGT 300, MGT 301, and any ICS or MGT course used for Global Business Perspective.
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