Senior Managerial Studies student Kelsey O'Callaghan takes notes at an interview skills workshop .
This program provides students with an understanding of the complex environment in which organizations function as well as the challenges that decision makers face in organizations. The program is designed for students who are pursuing two majors, and thus requires a second major of the student’s choosing, outside of Business, Management and Accounting.
The bachelor of arts can serve as a complementary degree for students who plan to pursue a career in a second major or who are developing a depth necessary for pursuing a particular interest. Common second majors include: creative writing, art, modern language, economics, government, psychology, and biology.
Depending on the second major, students with the bachelor of arts pursue graduate study and careers in art, journalism, law, public policy, medicine and health care, human resources, marketing, film, and education, among others.
1. Prerequisite Courses
The following courses are prerequisites for entering the major and some also satisfy Liberal Arts Foundation requirements.
ECON 250 Principles of Microeconomics or
ECON 251 Principles of Macroeconomics
BUS 131 Principles of Marketing
BUS 226 The Rise of American Capitalism 1860-1932
ACCT 210 Principles of Financial Accounting and Reporting
BUS 240 or ACCT 240 Business Law
2. Core Courses
BUS 310 Principles of Management and Organization Behavior
BUS 336 International Business or
BUS 340 Global Marketing or another approved International course
BUS 442 or BUS 444 or a business ethics course (select one)
BUS 430 Human Resource Management or
BUS 369 Workplace Regulation
BUS 459 Business Policy and Strategy
One additional 300 or 400-level course in BUS/ACCT.
3. Second Major Requirement
A second major must be chosen from outside Business Administration.