ID# Name

 

Program Completion Plan

MANAGEMENT MAJOR, 2001-2003

 

Courses with grades of D in Mgmt 2101-2102, Econ 1111-1112, Math 1101, or Stat 1601 may not be used to meet the major requirements. Up to 4 credits of other management coursework with a grade of D may be used to meet major requirements if offset by an equivalent number of credits of A or B. Required courses may not be taken S-N unless offered S-N only.

 

Total required credits = 58-59.

 

Students should complete Mgmt 2101-2102, Econ 1111-1112, Math 1101 if required, and Stat 1601 or their equivalents during the first two years.

Credits Term

Analytical Skills - choose one:

Stat 1601 Introduction to Statistics 4

Stat 2601 Statistical Methods 4

 

Core Requirements

Econ 1111 Principles of Microeconomics 4

Econ 1112 Principles of Macroeconomics 4

Econ 490x Variable Topics in Economic Research max of 4

Mgmt 2101-2102 Principles of Accounting I-II 8

 

Electives 8 credits in Mgmt 3xxx or above, exclusive of those used to satisfy emphasis requirements

Mgmt 3000 Variable Topics in Management 2

Mgmt 3101 Financial Management 4

Mgmt 3133 Managerial Accounting 4

Mgmt 3141 Business Law I 2

Mgmt 3142 Business Law II 2

Mgmt 3151 Human Resources Management I 2

Mgmt 3152 Human Resources Management II 2

Mgmt 3161 Labor Management Relations I 2

Mgmt 3162 Labor Management Relations II 2

Mgmt 3201 Marketing Principles and Strategy 4

Mgmt 3221 Management and Organization Theory 4

Mgmt 3301 Management Science 4

Mgmt 3501 Applied Deterministic Modeling for Management Science 2

Mgmt 3502 Applied Probabilistic Modeling for Management Science 2

Mgmt 3601 Transnational Enterprise 2

Mgmt 4101 Investment and Portfolio Analysis 4

Mgmt 4200 Variable Topics in Managerial Economics 2-4

Mgmt 4500 Variable Topics in Global Business 2-4

Mgmt 4600 Variable Topics in Finance 2-4

Mgmt 4896 Internship max of 2

Mgmt x993 Directed Study max of 4

 

8 additional credits in Mgmt 3xxx (from above) or Econ 3xxx, exclusive of those used to satisfy emphasis requirements

Econ 300x Variable Topics in Economics 2-4

Econ 3002 Urban and Regional Economics II 2

Econ 3113 Money, Banking & Financial Markets 4

 

Electives continued on reverse

 

Econ 3121 Public Economics I 2

Econ 3122 Public Economics II 2

Econ 3131 Comparative Economic Systems 2

Econ 3141 Economic Development and Growth I 2

Econ 3142 Economic Development and Growth II 2

Econ 3151 Urban and Regional Economics I 2

Econ 3152 Urban and Regional Economics II 2

Econ 3201 Microeconomic Theory 4

Econ 3202 Macroeconomic Theory 4

Econ 3501 Introduction to Econometrics 4

Econ 3211 History of Economic Thought I 2

Econ 3212 History of Economic Thought II 2

Econ 4101 Labor Economics I 2

Econ 4102 Labor Economics II 2

Econ 4111 Mathematical Economics I 2

Econ 4112 Mathematical Economics II 2

Econ 4121 International Trade Theory 2

Econ 4131 International Finance 2

Econ x993 Directed Study max of 4

Econ 490x Variable Topics in Economic Research max of 4

Econ 4901 Labor Economics 2

Econ 4902 Development Economics 2

Econ 4903 International Economics 2

Econ 4904 Public Economics 2

 

 

Emphasis Requirements - complete one of the following areas of emphasis:
I. Financial Management Emphasis

Math 1101 Calculus I 5

Mgmt 3101 Financial Management 4

Complete one::

Spch 1051 Introduction to Public Speaking 4

Spch 1000 Variable Topics in Introduction to Public Speaking 4

Financial Management Electives at least 8 credits from:

Mgmt 3133 Managerial Accounting 4

Mgmt 4101 Investment and Portfolio Analysis 4

Mgmt 46xx Variable Topics in Finance 2-4

Econ 3113 Money, Banking, and Financial Markets 4

Econ 4131 International Finance 2

 

 

II. Global Business Emphasis

Mgmt 3601 Transnational Enterprise 2

Fren/Ger/Span 2xxx __________________________________________ 4

Fren/Ger/Span 2xxx __________________________________________ 4

____ 3xxx _______________(not Econ or Mgmt; must carry IP designation) 4

Global Business Electives at least 8 credits from:

Econ 3131 Comparative Economic Systems 2

Econ 3141 Economic Development and Growth I 2

Econ 3142 Economic Development Growth II 2

Econ 4121 International Trade Theory 2

Econ 4131 International Finance 2

Mgmt 45xx Variable Topics in Global Business 2-4

 

 

Anticipated credit total


ID# Name

 

Program Completion Plan

MANAGEMENT MINOR, 2001-2003

 

Courses with grades of D in Mgmt 2101-2102, Econ 1111-1112, Math 1101, or Stat 1601 may not be used to meet the minor requirements. Up to 4 credits of other management coursework with a grade of D may be used to meet minor requirements if offset by an equivalent number of credits of A or B. Required courses may not be taken S-N unless offered S-N only.

 

Total required credits = 26.

Credits Term

Econ 1111 Principles of Microeconomics 4

Econ 1112 Principles of Macroeconomics 4

Mgmt 2101-2102 Principles of Accounting I-II 8

 

Electives 10 credits in Mgmt 3xxx or above:

Mgmt 3000 Variable Topics in Management 2

Mgmt 3101 Financial Management 4

Mgmt 3133 Managerial Accounting 4

Mgmt 3141 Business Law I 2

Mgmt 3142 Business Law II 2

Mgmt 3151 Human Resources Management I 2

Mgmt 3152 Human Resources Management II 2

Mgmt 3161 Labor Management Relations I 2

Mgmt 3162 Labor Management Relations II 2

Mgmt 3201 Marketing Principles and Strategy 4

Mgmt 3221 Management and Organization Theory 4

Mgmt 3301 Management Science 4

Mgmt 3501 Applied Deterministic Modeling for Management Science 2

Mgmt 3502 Applied Probabilistic Modeling for Management Science 2

Mgmt 3601 Transnational Enterprise 2

Mgmt 4101 Investment and Portfolio Analysis 4

Mgmt 4200 Variable Topics in Managerial Economics 2-4

Mgmt 4500 Variable Topics in Global Business 2-4

Mgmt 4600 Variable Topics in Finance 2-4

Mgmt 4896 Internship max of 2

Mgmt x993 Directed Study max of 4

 

 

Anticipated credit total