Dec 08, 2021  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

College of Management Requirements for Bachelor of Science


​Course reuse:

Students must fulfill the course requirements for all declared programs. Courses may be reused between programs with the following restrictions:

  • For students with two concentrations within the College of Management, no more than two courses may be used toward the fulfillment of both concentrations.
  • For students who elect a double major where the majors are in different schools/colleges, no more than two courses at the 300-level or above may be used toward the fulfillment of both majors.
  • For students who elect a minor where the major and minor are in different schools/colleges, no more than one course at the 300-level or above may be used toward the fulfillment of both the major and the minor.

General Education & Foundation


See General Education  for an overview for the curriculum including how to search for courses that meet general education categories .

Note: For College of Management students, at least four courses from areas of knowledge and non-business foundations must be at the 200-level or higher.

Critical Analysis


Students transferring in 30 or more credits do not have to complete a first year seminar.

Students in the Honors College  will fulfill the first year seminar requirement with HONORS 101 - Honors First-year Seminar  and HONORS 210G - Honors Intermediate Seminar .

Writing Proficiency


Areas of Knowledge


  • Two Arts (AR) and/or Humanities (HU)
  • Two Social and Behavioral Science (SB)
  • Two Natural Sciences (NS) and/or Math/Technology (MT)
  • One World Languages (WL)* or World Cultures (WC)

* The World Languages requirement is fulfilled by completion of the second semester elementary-level (102) course in a foreign language or higher OR by completion of an intensive elementary-level foreign language course.

Diversity


  • One United States Diversity or International Diversity

Non-Business Electives


At least 60 credits (usually 20 courses) of non-business electives must be taken for the degree. General education and foundation courses can be included in this requirement.

International Management


Take one course from the list below: