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Business Administration Major Requirements

Degree: Bachelor of Science

Credit Hours: 54+

"PR" indicates a pre-requisite. "CO" indicates a co-requisite.

Courses within this major may also satisfy general education requirements. Please consult http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu for more information.

Required Courses

ACCT 203

Financial Accounting (3) PR: Sophomore standing

ACCT 204

Managerial Accounting (3) PR: Sophomore standing, ACCT 203

BLAW 205

Legal Environment of Business (3) PR: Sophomore standing

DSCI 232

Business Statistics (3) PR: MATH 104 or 250

DSCI 304

Production and Operations Management (3) PR: Junior standing, DSCI 232, MGMT 301, MATH 104 or 250, MATH 105 or 120

DSCI 320

Management Information Systems (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203,204, DSCI 232, MATH 104 or 250

ECON 200

Principles of Microeconomics (3) PR: None

ECON 201

Principles of Macroeconomics (3) PR: ECON 200

FINC 303

Business Finance (3) PR: Junior standing, major declaration, ACCT 203, 204, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250, (DSCI 232 suggested)

MATH 104

Elementary Statistics (3) PR: MATH 101 or placement

OR

 

MATH 250

Statistical Methods I (3) PR: MATH 105 with a C- or better or MATH 111 or MATH 120 or instructor permission

MATH 105

Calculus for Business and the Social Sciences (3) PR: MATH 101 or placement

OR

 

MATH 120

Introductory Calculus (4) PR: C- or better in MATH 111 or placement

MGMT 301

Management and Organizational Behavior (3) PR: Junior Standing, major declaration

MGMT 408

Business Policy (3) PR: Senior standing, ACCT 203, 204, DSCI 232, 304, ECON 200, 201, FINC 303, MGMT 301, MKTG 302, MATH 104 or 250, MATH 105 or 120

MKTG 302

Marketing Concepts (3) PR: Junior standing, major declaration, ECON 200, 201

Choose four courses at the 300 or 400-level from the following with a maximum of 6 credit hours of accounting, economics, independent study, special topics, tutorial or travel/study abroad courses.

ACCT 307

Accounting Information Systems (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203

ACCT 308

Cost Accounting (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204

ACCT 316

Intermediate Accounting I (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204

ACCT 317

Intermediate Accounting II (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, 316

ACCT 336

Governmental and Not-for-Profit Accounting (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204

ACCT 341

Federal Taxation I (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204

ACCT 342

Federal Taxation II (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, 341

ACCT 360

Special Topics in Accounting (1-3) PR: Junior standing, and other pre-requisites as required

ACCT 409

Auditing Theory (3) PR: Senior standing, ACCT 203, 204, 316, 317; CO: ACCT 317 with instructor permission

ACCT 444

Accounting Internship (1-3) PR: Senior standing as a declared Accounting major in the School of Business

BLAW 306

Law for Business Managers (3) PR: Junior standing, BLAW 205 or instructor permission

BLAW 309

Legal Environment of International Business (3) PR: Junior or senior standing

BLAW 360

ST: Business Law (3) PR: Junior standing and other pre-requisites as required

DSCI 304

Production and Operations Management (3) PR: Junior standing, DSCI 232, MGMT 301, MATH 104 or 250, MATH 105 or 120

DSCI 306

Introduction to Electronic Commerce (3) PR: Junior or senior standing, MATH 104, ACCT 203, 204, DSCI 232, 320

DSCI 314

Global Operations & Technology Management (3) PR: Junior standing, DSCI 232, MGMT 301, MATH 104 or 250, MATH 105 or 120

DSCI 320

Management Information Systems (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, DSCI 232, MATH 104 or 250

DSCI 360

Special Topics in Decision Science (1-3) PR: Junior standing, other pre-requisites depending on topic

DSCI 399

Tutorial (3, Repeatable up to 12) PR: Junior standing, instructor or department chair permission

HONS 394

Honors Research Methods (3) PR: HONS 390 and junior standing

DSCI 406

Quantitative Methods and Decision Making (3) PR: Junior standing, DSCI 23, MATH 104 or 250, MATH 105 or 120

DSCI 420

Independent Study (1-3) PR: Junior standing; written agreement with instructor and chair

DSCI 444

Decision Sciences Internship (3) PR: Senior standing and declared major in the School of Business

DSCI 499

Bachelor’s Essay (6) PR: Senior standing

ECON 303

Economics of Transportation and Geography (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

ECON 304

Labor Economics (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission. (DSCI 232 is recommended)

ECON 305

Money and Financial Institutions (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission

ECON 306

Monetary Theory and Policy (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission

ECON 307

Urban Economics (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission

ECON 308

Evolution of Economic Doctrines (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission

ECON 310

International Economics (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission

ECON 311

Environmental Economics (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission

ECON 316

Evolution of the U. S. Economy (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, or instructor permission

ECON 317

Microeconomic Analysis (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 120

ECON 318

Macroeconomic Analysis (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 120

ECON 320

Managerial Economics (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, DSCI 232, MATH 104 or 250, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission

ECON 324

Game Theory (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permissions

ECON 325

Economics for Development (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission

ECON 330

Comparative Economic Systems (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission

ECON 340

Public Finance (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120; or instructor permission

ECON 350

Financial Markets in U.S. Economy (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, (ECON 305 is recommended), and instructor permission

ECON 360

Special Topics in Economics (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission

ECON 399

Tutorial (up to 12) PR: Junior standing, and tutor and department chair permission

ECON 400

Senior Seminar in Economics (3) PR: Senior standing;, ECON 200, 201, 317, 318; MATH 120, 250; MATH 350 or DSCI 232; or instructor permission

ECON 419

Introduction to Econometrics (3) PR: Senior standing, ECON 200, 201, 317, 318; MATH 120, 250; MATH 350 or DSCI 232; or instructor permission

ECON 420

Independent Study (1-3) PR: Junior standing, written agreement of the instructor and department chair permission

ECON 444

Economics Internship (3) PR: Senior standing, declared major or minor in the School of Business, acceptance to an internship program or site, interview with and approval of the instructor. See the departmental internship coordinator for more details.

ECON 499

Bachelor’s Essay (6) PR: Senior standing and department approval

ENTR 320

Principles of Entrepreneurship (3) PR: Junior standing

ENTR 321

New Venture Planning (3) PR: ACCT 203, MGMT 301, ENTR 320

ENTR 335

Financing New Ventures (3) PR: ENTR 320; CO or PR: ENTR 321

ENTR 375

Research in Entrepreneurship (3) PR: PSYC 103, ENTR 320 and DSCI 232 or PSYC 103, PSYC 220 and ENTR 320

ENTR 405

Small Business Management (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, ENTR 320, MGMT 301, MKTG 302, FINC 303, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250

ENTR 406

Social Entrepreneurship (3) PR: ENTR 320

ENTR 445

Seminar in Entrepreneurship (1) CO or PR: ENTR 320 or ENTR 405

ENTR 451

Health Sciences Entrepreneurship (3) PR: ENTR 320 or instructor permission for non-Business majors

FINC 313

Management of Financial Institutions (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, FINC 303, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250

FINC 315

Intermediate Business Finance (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, FINC 303, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250

FINC 360

Special Topics in Finance (3) PR: Junior standing, FINC 303, ACCT 203, 204, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250, or instructor permission

FINC 382

International Financial Markets (3) PR: Junior or senior standing, ECON 200, 201, FINC 303

FINC 385

Individual Risk Management and Insurance (3) PR: Junior standing

FINC 386

Corporate Risk Management and Insurance (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, FINC 303, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250

FINC 399

Tutorial (3, Repeatable up to 6) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250, FINC 303, plus instructor and department chair permission

FINC 400

Investment Analysis (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, DSCI 232, FINC 303, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250

FINC 410

Seminar in Finance (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, FINC 303, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250

FINC 420

Independent Study (1-3) PR: Junior standing, written agreement of the instructor, and department chair permission

FINC 444

Finance Internship (3) PR: Senior standing, declared major or minor in the School of Business, acceptance to an internship, program or site, interview with and approval of the instructor. See the departmental internship coordinator for more details.

FINC 499

Bachelor’s Essay (3) PR: Senior standing and department approval

HTMT 310

Current Issues in Hospitality and Tourism Management (1-3) PR: HTMT 210; junior standing; or department chair permission

HTMT 350

Hospitality and Tourism Marketing (3) PR: Junior standing; HTMT210; MKTG 302 or ARTM 370; or instructor permission

HTMT 351

Hotel Management (3) PR: Junior standing, HTMT 210 or instructor permission

HTMT 352

Service Operations Management (3) PR: Junior standing, HTMT 210 or instructor permission

HTMT 353

Hospitality Sales and Negotiations (3) PR: Junior standing, HTMT 350 or MKTG 302

HTMT 354

Hospitality and Tourism Technology (3) PR: Junior standing

HTMT 355

Negotiations: Principles and Practices (3) PR: HTMT 352 or instructor permission

HTMT 360

Special Topics in Hospitality and Tourism (1-3) PR: Junior standing, other pre-requisites depending on topic

HTMT 361

Meetings and Conventions Management (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, HTMT 210 or instructor permission

HTMT 362

Events Management (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, HTMT 210 or ARTM 200 or instructor permission

HTMT 370

Foodservice Enterprise: Design & Development (3) PR: Junior or senior standing, HTMT 210

HTMT 372

Foodservice Operations Analysis (3) PR: Junior or senior standing, HTMT 210

HTMT 399

Tutorial (3, repeatable up to 12) PR: Junior standing, tutor and department chair permission

HTMT 420

Independent Study (3) PR: Junior standing, written agreement with instructor and chair

HTMT 499

Bachelor’s Essay (6) PR: Senior standing

INTB 313

Global Commerce and Enterprise (3) PR: Junior standing

INTB 314

Global Operations and Technology Management (3) PR: Junior standing, DSCI 232, MGMT 301, MATH 104 or 250, MATH 105 or 120

INTB 322

International Business (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

INTB 360

Special Topics in International Business (1-3) PR: Junior standing

INTB 409

Global Strategic Management (3) PR: Senior standing, ACCT 203, 204, DSCI 232, ECON 200, 201, FINC 303, INTB 314, MGMT 301, MKTG 302, 326, MATH 104 and 105

MGMT 307

Human Resource Management (3) PR: Junior standing, MGMT 301

MGMT 308

Managing Diversity (3) PR: Junior standing

MGMT 310

International Human Resources (3) PR: MGMT 307

MGMT 325

International Management (3) PR: Junior standing, MGMT 301

MGMT 332

Business Communications (3) PR: Junior standing

MGMT 340

Total Quality Management (3) PR: Junior standing, DSCI 232, MGMT 301, MATH 104

MGMT 345

Leadership and Management Development (3) PR: Junior standing

MGMT 350

Business, Leadership, and Society (3) PR: Junior standing

MGMT 351

Minority Entrepreneurship (3) PR: Junior standing

MGMT 360

Special Topics in Management (3) PR: Junior standing, other pre-requisites depending on topic.

MGMT 377

Psychology of Entrepreneurship (3) PR: Junior Standing; PSYC 103 or HONS 163 or MGMT 301; PSYC 211 or DSCI 232

MGMT 390

The New South Carolina: Foreign & Domestic Industrial Development (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201 or instructor permission

MGMT 391

The International Corporation: A Comparative Approach (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201 or instructor permission

MGMT 399

Tutorial (3, Repeatable up to 12) PR: Junior standing; tutor and department chair permission

MGMT 401

Organizational Behavior & Change (3) PR: Senior standing, MGMT 301

MGMT 402

Leading Organizational Change (3) PR: Senior standing, MGMT 301

MGMT 403

Entrepreneurial Leadership (3) PR: ENTR 320 or MGMT 345

MGMT 420

Independent Study (1-3) PR: Junior standing, written agreement with instructor and chair

MGMT 444

Management Internship (3) PR: Senior standing and declared major in the School of Business

MGMT 499

Bachelor’s Essay (3) PR: Senior standing

MKTG 320

Marketing Research (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250, DSCI 232, MKTG 302

MKTG 326

International Marketing (3) PR: Junior standing, MKTG 302, ECON 200, 201

MKTG 328

Retailing Management (3) PR: Junior standing, MKTG 302, ECON 200, 201

MKTG 329

Consumer Behavior (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MKTG 302

MKTG 330

Advertising (3) PR: Junior standing, MKTG 302, ECON 200, 201

MKTG 331

Public Relations (3) PR: Junior standing

MKTG 333

Purchasing and Supply Chain Management (3) PR: Junior standing

MKTG 360

Special Topics in Marketing (1-3) PR: Junior standing, other pre-requisites depending on topic

MKTG 399

Tutorial (3, Repeatable up to 12) PR: Junior standing, tutor and department chair permission

MKTG 420

Independent Study (1-3) PR: Junior standing, written agreement with instructor and chair

MKTG 425

Marketing Management (3) PR: Junior standing, MKTG 302, 320, 329; ECON 200, 201

MKTG 444

Marketing Internship (3) PR: Senior standing and declared major in the School of Business

MKTG 499

Bachelor’s Essay (6) PR: Senior standing

REAL 310

Principles of Real Estate (3) PR: Junior standing

REAL 360

Special Topics in Real Estate (1-3) PR: Junior standing, FINC 303

REAL 376

Real Estate Market Analysis (3) CO or PR: Junior standing, FINC 303

REAL 380

Real Estate Investment Analysis (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, FINC 303, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250, REAL 310, or instructor permission

REAL 410

Real Estate Finance (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, FINC 303, REAL 310, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250; or instructor permission

REAL 420

Real Estate Independent Study (1-3) PR: Junior standing, instructor and department chair permission

REAL 444

Real Estate Internship (3) PR: Senior standing, major or minor in the School of Business. See departmental internship coordinator for more details.

REAL 499

Bachelor’s Essay (6) PR: Senior standing and department approval

TRAN 311

Intermodal Transportation (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

TRAN 312

Global Logistics (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

TRAN 360

Special Topics in Intermodal Transportation (1-3) PR: Junior standing, other pre-requisites depending on topic

TRAN 399

Tutorial (3, Repeatable up to 12) PR: Junior standing, permission of the tutor and the chair

TRAN 420

Independent Study (1-3) PR: Junior standing, written agreement with the instructor and chair

TRAN 431

Issues in Global Logistics (3) PR: Senior standing, TRAN 311, 312, MGMT 322, ECON 200, 201, 303

TRAN 432

Global Logistics Systems Management (3) PR: Senior standing, TRAN 311, 312, INTB 322, ECON 200, 201

TRAN 444

Transportation Internship (3) PR: Senior standing and declared major in the School of Business

TRAN 499

Bachelor’s Essay (6) PR: Senior standing

Optional: Students may select one of the following concentrations in lieu of choosing four courses from the list above:

Entrepreneurship Concentration

Required courses:

ENTR 320

Principles of Entrepreneurship (3) PR: Junior standing

ENTR 321

New Venture Planning (3) PR: ACCT 203, MGMT 301, ENTR 320

Choose 12 credit hours from the following; at least one must be ENTR:

ENTR 335

Financing New Ventures (3) PR: ENTR 320; CO or PR: ENTR 321

ENTR 375

Research in Entrepreneurship (3) PR: PSYC 103, ENTR 320 and DSCI 232 or PSYC 103, PSYC 220 and ENTR 320

ENTR 405

Small Business Management (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, ENTR 320, MGMT 301, MKTG 302, FINC 303, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250

ENTR 406

Social Entrepreneurship (3) PR: ENTR 320

ENTR 407

Ecopreneurship (3) PR: Junior standing; ENTR 320 or ENVT 200 or instructor permission.

ENTR 445

Seminar in Entrepreneurship (1) CO or PR: ENTR 320 or ENTR 405

ENTR 451

Health Sciences Entrepreneurship (3) PR: ENTR 320 or instructor permission for non-Business majors

MGMT 351

Minority Entrepreneurship (3) PR: Junior standing

MGMT 377

Psychology of Entrepreneurship (3) PR: PSYC 103, one of: (MATH 104 or PSYC 211 or DSCI 232)

MGMT 403

Entrepreneurial Leadership (3) PR: ENTR 320 or MGMT 345

Finance Concentration

Required courses:

FINC 303

Business Finance (3) PR: Junior standing, major declaration, ACCT 203, 204, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250, (DSCI 232 suggested)

Choose five courses from the following with no more than 6 credit hours from real estate (REAL) courses:

FINC 313

Management of Financial Institutions (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, FINC 303, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250

FINC 315

Intermediate Business Finance (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, FINC 303, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250

FINC 360

Special Topics in Finance (3) PR: Junior standing, FINC 303, ACCT 203, 204, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250, or instructor permission

FINC 382

International Financial Markets (3) PR: Junior or senior standing, ECON 200, 201, FINC 303

FINC 385

Individual Risk Management and Insurance (3) PR: Junior standing

FINC 386

Corporate Risk Management and Insurance (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, FINC 303, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250

FINC 399

Tutorial (3, Repeatable up to 6) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250, FINC 303, plus instructor permission and chair of the department permission

FINC 400

Investment Analysis (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, DSCI 232, FINC 303, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250

FINC 410

Seminar in Finance (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, FINC 303, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250

FINC 420

Independent Study (1-3) PR: Junior standing, written agreement of the instructor and permission of the department chair

FINC 444

Finance Internship (3) PR: Senior standing, declared major or minor in the School of Business, acceptance to an internship program or site, interview with and approval of the instructor. See the departmental internship coordinator for more details.

FINC 499

Bachelor’s Essay (3) PR: Senior standing and department approval

REAL 310

Principles of Real Estate (3) PR: Junior standing

REAL 360

Special Topics in Real Estate (1-3) PR: Junior standing, FINC 303

REAL 376

Real Estate Market Analysis (3) CO or PR: Junior standing, FINC 303

REAL 380

Real Estate Investment Analysis (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, FINC 303, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250, REAL 310, or instructor permission

REAL 410

Real Estate Finance (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, FINC 303, REAL 310, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250; or instructor permission

REAL 420

Real Estate Independent Study (1-3) PR: Junior standing, permission of instructor and chair

REAL 444

Real Estate Internship (3) PR: Senior standing, major or minor in the School of Business. See departmental internship coordinator for more details.

REAL 499

Bachelor’s Essay (6) PR: Senior standing and department approval

Global Logistics and Transportation Concentration

Required courses:

TRAN 311

Intermodal Transportation (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

TRAN 312

Global Logistics (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

ECON 303

Economics of Transportation and Geography (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

INTB 322

International Business (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

TRAN 431

Issues in Global Logistics (3) PR: Senior standing, TRAN 311, 312, MGMT 322, ECON 200, 201, 303

TRAN 432

Global Logistics Systems Management (3) PR: Senior standing, TRAN 311, 312, INTB 322, ECON 200, 201

Hospitality and Tourism Management Concentration

Required courses:

HTMT 210

Principles and Practices in Hospitality and Tourism (3) PR: None

Choose one of the following options for electives:

Option 1: Choose 15 credit hours from the following:

HTMT 310

Current Issues in Hospitality and Tourism Management (1-3) PR: HTMT 210; junior standing; or department chair permission

HTMT 350

Hospitality and Tourism Marketing (3) PR: Junior standing; HTMT210; MKTG 302 or ARTM 370; or instructor permission

HTMT 351

Hotel Management (3) PR: Junior standing, HTMT 210 or instructor permission

HTMT 352

Service Operations Management (3) PR: Junior standing, HTMT 210 or instructor permission

HTMT 353

Hospitality Sales and Negotiations (3) PR: Junior standing, HTMT 350 or MKTG 302

HTMT 354

Hospitality and Tourism Technology (3) PR: Junior standing

HTMT 360

Special Topics in Hospitality & Tourism (1-3) PR: Junior standing, other pre-requisites depending on topic

HTMT 361

Meeting and Conventions Management (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, HTMT 210 or instructor permission

HTMT 362

Events Management (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, HTMT 210 or ARTM 200 or instructor permission

HTMT 370

Foodservice Enterprise: Design & Development (3) PR: Junior or senior standing, HTMT 210

HTMT 372

Foodservice Operations Analysis (3) PR: Junior or senior standing, HTMT 210

HTMT 399

Tutorial (3, repeatable up to 12) PR: Junior standing, tutor and department chair permission

HTMT 420

Independent Study (3) PR: Junior standing, written agreement with instructor and chair

HTMT 499

Bachelor’s Essay (6) PR: Senior standing

Option 2: Choose 12 credit hours from the list above and 3 credit hours from the following:

MGMT 307

Human Resource Management (3) PR: Junior standing, MGMT 301

MGMT 308

Managing Diversity (3) PR: Junior standing

MKTG 320

Marketing Research (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104, DSCI 232, MKTG 302

REAL 310

Principles of Real Estate (3) PR: Junior standing

Leadership, Change and Social Responsibility Concentration

Required courses:

MGMT 301

Management and Organizational Behavior (3) PR: Junior standing

MGMT 345

Leadership and Management Development (3) PR: Junior standing

MGMT 350

Business, Leadership, and Society (3) PR: Junior standing

MGMT 401

Organizational Behavior & Change (3) PR: Senior standing, MGMT 301

Choose 3 credit hours from the following:

MGMT 307

Human Resource Management (3) PR: Junior standing, MGMT 301

MGMT 332

Business Communications (3) PR: Junior standing

MGMT 403

Entrepreneurial Leadership (3) PR: ENTR 320 or MGMT 345

MGMT 420

Independent Study (1-3) PR: Junior standing, written agreement with instructor and chair

MGMT 444

Management Internship (3) PR: Senior standing and declared major in the School of Business

Choose one course from the following:

COMM 104

Public Speaking (3) PR: None

HIST 221

Women in the United States (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

PHIL 175

Business and Consumer Ethics (3) PR: None

POLI 348

Politics of Protest and Revolution (3) PR: None

PSYC 223

Social Psychology (3) PR: PSYC 103

PSYC 321

Industrial Psychology (3) PR: PSYC 103

SOCY 358

Living in an Organizational World (3) PR: SOCY 101 or HONS 167 or SOCY 102

Marketing Concentration

Required courses:

MKTG 320

Marketing Research (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250, DSCI 232, MKTG 302

MKTG 326

International Marketing (3) PR: Junior standing, MKTG 302, ECON 200, 201

MKTG 329

Consumer Behavior (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MKTG 302

MKTG 425

Marketing Management (3) PR: Junior standing, MKTG 302, 320, 329; ECON 200, 201

Choose two courses totaling 6 credit hours from the following (no more than 3 credit hours can be counted toward the concentration from MKTG 420, 360 or 444):

HTMT 353

Hospitality Sales and Negotiations (3) PR: Junior standing, HTMT 350 or MKTG 302

MGMT 332

Business Communications (3) PR: Junior standing

TRAN 312

Global Logistics (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

MKTG 328

Retailing Management (3) PR: Junior standing, MKTG 302, ECON 200, 201

MKTG 330

Advertising (3) PR: Junior standing, MKTG 302, ECON 200, 201

MKTG 331

Public Relations (3) PR: Junior standing

MKTG 333

Purchasing and Supply Chain Management (3) PR: Junior standing

MKTG 360

Special Topics in Marketing (1-3) PR: Junior standing, other pre-requisites depending on topic

MKTG 420

Independent Study (1-3) PR: Junior standing, written agreement with instructor and chair

MKTG 444

Marketing Internship (3) PR: Senior standing and declared major in the School of Business

Real Estate Concentration

Required courses:

REAL 310

Principles of Real Estate (3) PR: Junior standing

REAL 410

Real Estate Finance (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, FINC 303, REAL 310, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250; or instructor permission

Choose at least 3 credit hours from the following:

REAL 376

Real Estate Market Analysis (3) CO or PR: Junior standing, FINC 303

REAL 380

Real Estate Investment Analysis (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, FINC 303, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250, REAL 310, or instructor permission

REAL 420

Real Estate Independent Study (1-3) PR: Junior standing, instructor and department chair permission.

Choose 9 credit hours from the following (no more than 3 credit hours in REAL 420, 444, 400 and no more than 6 credit hours in HPCP 319, MGMT 319, POLI 305 and URST 310):

REAL 310

Principles of Real Estate (3) PR: Junior standing

REAL 360

Special Topics in Real Estate (1-3) PR: Junior standing, FINC 303

REAL 376

Real Estate Market Analysis (3) CO or PR: Junior standing, FINC 303

REAL 380

Real Estate Investment Analysis (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, FINC 303, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250, REAL 310, or instructor permission

REAL 410

Real Estate Finance (3) PR: Junior standing, ACCT 203, 204, FINC 303, REAL 310, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250; or instructor permission

REAL 420

Real Estate Independent Study (1-3) PR: Junior standing, instructor and department chair permission

REAL 444

Real Estate Internship (3) PR: Senior standing, major or minor in the School of Business. See departmental internship coordinator for more details.

REAL 499

Bachelor’s Essay (6) PR: Senior standing and department approval

ECON 307

Urban Economics (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission

ECON 311

Environmental Economics (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission

ENTR 320

Principles of Entrepreneurship (3) PR: None

HPCP 319

Architectural Studio Design (3) PR: None

POLI 305

Urbanization and Urban Geography (3) PR: None

URST 310

Urban Planning (3) PR: None

Notes:

  • The School of Business strongly encourages students to complete the following courses by the end of their sophomore year: ACCT 203, 204; DSCI 232; ECON 200, 201; MATH 104 or 250 and MATH 105 or 120. These courses are pre-requisites for many upper level junior and senior business and economics courses.
  • The business and accounting programs offered by the School of Business are accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
  • Students are not permitted to double major in Business Administration and Marketing.
  • Students are not permitted to double major in Business Administration and Finance.