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College Core Requirements

College Core Requirements

Business Core Requirements

All undergraduate students in the Driehaus College of Business complete foundational courses in the areas of accountancy, mathematics, economics, business law, finance, management, management information systems/computer science, and marketing.

Course Requirements

For a student to complete the Bachelor of Science in Business, the following Business Core courses totaling at least 66.0 hours are required:

Course Title Quarter Hours
Business Core Courses
ACC 101INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING I 14
ACC 102INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING II 14
BLW 201LEGAL & ETHICAL ASPECTS IN THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT 24
ECO 105PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS4
ECO 106PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS4
ECO 315INTRODUCTION TO MONEY AND BANKING 34
or FIN 320 MONEY AND BANKING
MAT 136BUSINESS CALCULUS II 44
or MAT 151 CALCULUS II
MGT 300PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT4
MGT 301PRINCIPLES OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 54
MKT 301PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING4
MKT 310CONSUMER BEHAVIOR4
Finance 6
Select one of the following:4
FIN 300
FOUNDATIONS OF FINANCE
FIN 310
INTRODUCTION TO FINANCE
Computer Science or MIS 7
Select one of the following:4
CSC 241
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE I
MIS 140
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY AND DECISION MAKING
Communication 8
Select one of the following:4
MKT 376
EFFECTIVE BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
ORGC 201
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION
Business Capstone 9
Select one of the following:4
ICS 394
ENTREPRENEURSHIP STRATEGY
ICS 395
MANAGEMENT STRATEGY
ICS 396
HOSPITALITY STRATEGY (Hospitality majors only)
Global Business Perspective 10
Select 4.0 hours of the following:4
ECO 316
EUROPEAN ECONOMIC HISTORY
ECO 330
RADICAL RESPONSES TO CAPITALISM
ECO 333
TOPICS IN GLOBAL ECONOMIES
ECO 334
UNDERSTANDING CHINA'S ECONOMY
ECO 360
ECONOMICS OF LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES
ECO 361
INTERNATIONAL TRADE
ECO 362
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY ECONOMICS
ECO 363
ECONOMICS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
FIN 340
INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
FIN 355
GLOBAL IPOs & VENTURE CAPITAL
FIN 394
APPLIED INTERNATIONAL PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT (2.0 quarter hours)
ICS 350
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SEMINAR
MGT 354
GLOBAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
MGT 357
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
MKT 340
MARKETING ACROSS CULTURES: A CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE ON MULTICULTURAL MARKETS
MKT 358
MARKETING IN A GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT
MKT 360
INTERNATIONAL MARKETING
SOC 217
WORK IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD
A course taken as part of a term-long study abroad program
Professional Writing 11
Select one of the following:2-4
WRD 202
PROFESSIONAL WRITING FOR BUSINESS (2.0 quarter hours)
WRD 204
TECHNICAL WRITING
WRD 206
PROFESSIONAL WRITING
MAT 341
STATISTICAL METHODS USING SAS (Actuarial Science majors only)

Business Ethics

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.

Second Majors and Minors

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.

Math Requirements (all business majors except Actuarial Science)

  • A student is expected to complete the business math sequence (MAT 135, MAT 136, and MAT 137) in the first year of study
  • MAT 135 and MAT 137 are completed through Liberal Studies requirements
  • MAT 135 may be replaced by one of the following: MAT 150 or MAT 160 or MAT 170
  • MAT 136 may be replaced by one of the following: MAT 151 or MAT 161 or MAT 171
  • MAT 135 and MAT 136 may be replaced by the following sequence: MAT 147, MAT 148, and MAT 149
  • MAT 137 may be replaced by MAT 348 or MAT 351; if done, an additional Scientific Inquiry course must be added to the degree plan

Grade Minimum Requirements for Real Estate Major

A minimum grade of C- is required for the following: ACC 101, ACC 102, ECO 105, ECO 106MAT 135, MAT 136, MAT 137, and the course used for Professional Writing.

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