Business Administration/Management (Bachelor of Science Degree)

In today's business environment, managers and supervisors must have the ability to communicate and motivate employees in a changing work environment. In addition, managers must have the technical expertise and financial skills necessary to make decisions in a dynamic economy. The McCormick Division of Business provides students with a broad range of courses to prepare them for future management positions. The required Professional Core provides the student with a firm foundation in the areas of business and management. Students then select management courses to match their individual career goals.

Program of Study Requirements Credit
General Core Requirements 48
Professional Core
  • Ac101 Accounting
  • Ba201 Business Law I
  • Be245 Organizational Finance OR Mg220 Sports Finance
  • Ec200 Macro-Economics
  • Mg/Be150 Organizational Management
  • Mg207 Marketing
24
Management Core
  • Three Mg/Be Electives (300 level)
  • Three Mg/Be Electives (400 level)
24
General Electives (choose 8) 32
Total Credits 128