General Requirements for Majors

All students seeking a business degree must complete the following courses:

BUS 200  Adv Comp Tools for Mgmt
BUS 111  Principles of Marketing
BUS 123  Mgmt & Career Options
BUS 131  Accounting I
BUS 132  Accounting II
BUS 234  Intro to Financial Planning
BUS 252  Legal Env of Business
BUS 301  MIS
BUS 312  Ops Mgmt/Quant Analysis
BUS 341  Organizational Behavior
BUS 422  Personnel Mgmt/HR
BUS 481  Bus Policy/Strategic Plan
BUS 475 (ABCD) Portfolio Exp (0 cr) (Download Requirements and Forms

In fulfillment of their second required Philosophy course, Business students are strongly encouraged to take PHIL 427 (Business Ethics).

Total: 42 credit hours (36 business credit hours and 6 liberal arts* credit hours)

All business students are encouraged to seek an internship during their junior or senior year. Internships provide unique on-the-job training that allows students to utilize the skills they developed in the classroom.

Students transferring from other colleges must complete a minimum of 30 credits in business courses at Marywood.


Requirements for a Minor

Student who major in another field can minor in business or forensic accounting. Both require a total of 18 credits.

Minor in Business (For non-business majors only)
BUS 200 Advanced Computer Tools for Management - offered every semester and summer
3
BUS 111 Principles of Marketing - offered spring semesters and summer
3
BUS 123 Management and Career Options - offered fall semesters and summer
3
BUS 131 Accounting I - offered every semester and summer
3
BUS 252 Legal Environment of Business -  offered fall semesters only
3

Plus one of the following courses with Chairperson approval:

BUS 306 Electronic Commerce: A Managerial Approach
3
BUS 132 Accounting II
3
BUS 321 Financial Management
3
BUS 422 Human Resource Management
3
BUS 424 Managerial Decision Making
3
BUS 425 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Operations
3
BUS 461 Leadership in the Global Marketplace
3
Minor in Forensic Accounting (For non-business majors only)
CJ 100 Introduction to Criminal Justice
3
CJ 324 Criminal Investigation
3
BUS 131 Principles of Accounting I
3
BUS 132 Principles of Accounting II
3
BUS 331 Intermediate Accounting I
3
BUS 332 Intermediate Accounting II
3
BUS 433 Auditing Principles and Procedures
3