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Course Requirements

Fall 2013

photo of a business classAdmission Requirements: 2.5 cumulative gpa; 30 credit hours. Program requirements are subject to change. The following information is intended to provide an overview of the business curriculum and should not be referred to for verifying graduation requirements.

WrIght State Core

39 hours

  Course Hours
Element 1 Communication
English Composition: ENG 1100, 2100
6 hours
Element 2 Mathematics
MTH 2280
4 hours
Element 3 Global Traditions (Select 1 course from each category)
Interdisciplinary: AFS 2000#; ATH 2500+; CS 1000;
CST 2210#, 2310#, 2320#, 2410+, 2420#, 2430#, 2510#;
EC 2100, 2500#, 2900#;
RST 2610#, 2620#, 2710#, 2810#, 2910#, 2920#; URS 2000#
History: CLS 1500; HST 1100, 1200
3 hours
Element 4 Arts / Humanities
ART 2140; CLS 2040*; CST 2310#, 2420#; ENG 2040*, 2050#; MP 1310;
MUS 1210, 2140, 2900#; PHL 2100, 2040*; REL 2040*; TH 2140; UH 2010*
3 hours
Element 5 Social Science
EC 2040; FIN 2050
6 hours
Element 6 Natural Science* (Select two lecture/lab courses)
ATH 2100; BIO 1050, 1060, 1070; CHM 1050, 1060, 1070*; CS 1150;
EES 1030, 1050, 1070; PHY 1050/1050L, 1060/1060L; SM 1010*
8 hours
  Additional Core Courses
EC 2050
(1) additional approved Wright State Core course from any of the Elements
3 hours
3 hours
  Multicultural Competence:
Two courses from any of the Wright State Core (MC) designated courses
 
  Writing Across the Curriculum:
Two Integrated (IW) courses from the Wright State Core
 

#IW and MC course
+MC course
*IW course

Business Core Requirements

Business Core Requirements: 18 hours

Do not need to be admitted to the College of Business to enroll in the following courses:

ACC 2010: Principles of Accounting I
ACC 2020: Principles of Accounting II
FIN 2210: Financial Management I
MS 2040: Introduction to Business Decision Making
MS 2050: Quantitative Business Modeling
MKT 2500: Principles of Marketing

Business Core Requirements: 24 hours

Enrollment in the following courses is restricted to students admitted to the College of Business:

ENG 3000: Business Writing
EC 3010: Economics of Global Money Markets
LAW 3000: The Legal Environment of Business
MGT 3100: Management and Organizational Behavior
MIS 3000: Introduction to Information Systems
SCM 3070: Operations and Supply Chain Management
MGT 3110*: Business Ethics and Leadership Development
MGT 4990: Strategy: Domestic and International (must be taken in senior year)

Electives

Business Electives: Hours Vary

3000-4000 level courses offered by the College of Business .
The following courses do not apply: EC 2000, 2100, 2500, 2900 and FIN 2050.
Courses that have been designated "for non-business majors" will not apply.

Non-Business Electives: Hours Vary

1000-4000 level courses taught outside the College of Business.
The following restrictions apply: 2 hours Health, Physical Education and Recreation; 4 hours Military Science.
MTH 1450 and math courses below the level of MTH 1260 or 1270 will not apply.

Major Requirements

Business students must choose one of the following majors. 39 hours

Accountancy

Electives: 17 hours

ACC 2070: Careers in Accounting
ACC 3010: Intermediate Accounting I
ACC 3020: Intermediate Accounting II
ACC 3230: Management Accounting
ACC 3260: ACC Systems Design and Implementation
ACC 3430: Federal Income Tax I
ACC 4230*: Auditing

Select one Accounting Elective (3 hours):
ACC 4420: Govt. & Not-for-Profit Accounting
ACC 4440: Federal Income Tax II

Economics

Electives: 12 hours

EC 3150: Intermediate Microeconomics
EC 3170*: Intermediate Macroeconomics
EC 3190*: Institutional Economics
EC 4090: Applied Econometrics

Five Economics Electives (15 hours):
Select any 3000-4000 level Economics course not already required.

Finance - General Track

Electives: 12 hours

ACC 3010: Intermediate Accounting I
FIN 3110: Financial Management II
FIN 3120: Investing in Securities
FIN 3210: International Financial Management

Five Finance Electives (15 hours)*:
Select any 3000-4000 level Finance course not already required, or substitute no more than two 3000-4000 level Accounting or Economics courses. *One elective must be IW.

Finance - Financial Management Track

Electives: 12 hours

ACC 3010: Intermediate Accounting I
ACC 3020: Intermediate Accounting II
FIN 3110: Financial Management II
FIN 3120: Investing in Securities
FIN 3210: International Financial Management
FIN 4210: Financial Management III
FIN 4220*: Analysis of Corporate Financial Info.

Two Finance Electives (6 hours):
Select any 3000-4000 level Finance course not already required, or substitute no more than one 3000-4000 level Accounting course.

Finance - Investments Track

Electives: 12 hours

ACC 3010: Intermediate Accounting I
ACC 3020: Intermediate Accounting II
FIN 3110: Financial Management II
FIN 3120: Investing in Securities
FIN 3210: International Financial Management
FIN 4120: Fixed Income Securities
FIN 4130: Derivatives
FIN 4220*: Analysis of Corporate Financial Info.

One Finance Elective (3 hours):
Select any 3000-4000 level Finance course not already required, or substitute one 3000-4000 level Accounting course.

Finance - Real Estate Track

Electives: 12 hours

FIN 3110: Financial Management II
FIN 3120: Investing in Securities
FIN 3240: Principles of Real Estate
FIN 4140: Real Estate Law
FIN 4150*: Real Estate Finance and Appraisal

Four Finance Electives (12 hours):
Select any 3000-4000 level Finance course not already required, or from the following: MKT 3200; GEO 3100, 3200, 3400; URS 3000, 3100

Financial Services

Electives: 12 hours

FIN 3110: Financial Management II
FIN 3120: Investing in Securities
FIN 3160: Foundations of Financial Planning
FIN 3260: Risk and Insurance
FIN 4160: Retirement Planning & Employee Benefits
FIN 4260: Estate Planning
FIN 4270*: Practicum in Financial Planning
ACC 3430: Federal Income Tax I

One Financial Services Elective (3 hours):
Select any 3000-4000 level Finance course not already required, or from the following: ACC 3010, 3230, 3260, 4230, 4440; MKT 3200

Human Resource Management

MGT 3210: Human Resource Management
MGT 4250: HR Practicum I: Compensation & Benefits
MGT 4260: Staffing
MGT 4720*: High Performance Teams
MGT 4950: HR Practicum II: HR Strategy
LAW 4300:Legal Aspects of the Workplace

Select Two HRM Electives (6 hours):
MGT 4200: Positive Organization Development
MGT 4300: Organization Change & Conflict Mgt.
MGT 4400: Performance Management
MGT 4700: Management Ethics
MGT 4710: Employment Interviewing
MGT 4750: Small Business Management
MGT 4770: Training and Development
MGT 4810: Internship
MGT 4850: International Management

International Business

Cultural Electives: 9 hours

EC 4350: Comparative Capitalist Institutions
FIN 3210: International Financial Management
MGT 4850: International Management
MKT 3300: International Marketing
SCM 3340: Global Supply Chain Management
IB 4810: International Trade Internship
IB 4860*: International Trade Management

Language Requirement:
CHI / FR / GER / SPN 2010, 2020
CHI / FR / GER / SPN 3250

Cultural Electives:
See Fact Sheet for list of cultural electives.

Management

Electives: 15 hours

MGT 3210: Human Resource Management
MGT 4300: Organization Change & Conflict Mgt.
MGT 4400: Performance Management
MGT 4720*: High Performance Teams
MGT 4850: International Management

Select Three Management Electives (9 hours):
MGT 4200: Positive Organization Development
MGT 4260: Staffing
MGT 4700: Management Ethics
MGT 4710: Employment Interviewing
MGT 4750: Small Business Management
MGT 4770: Training and Development
MGT 4810: Internship
LAW 4300: Legal Aspects of the Workplace

Management Information Systems

Electives: 11 hours

CS 1160: Computer Programming I
MIS 2150: IS Applications Development
MIS 3150: Data and Information Management
MIS 3250: Analysis & Design of Information Systems
MIS 4250: Information Technology Infrastructure
MIS 4500*: Business Processes & Enterprise Systems
MIS 4950: IS Project Management & Development

Select two MIS Electives (6 hours):
MIS 3450: Web Application Development
MIS 3650: Automating Business Processes with RFID
MIS 4300: Business Intelligence
MIS 4400: IS Strategy, Management & Acquisition
MIS 4800: Special Topics in MIS
MIS 4810: Internship in MIS

Marketing - General Track

Electives: 12 hours

MKT 3100: Consumer & Organizational Buyer Behavior
MKT 3200: Principles of Selling
MKT 3300: International Marketing
MKT 3400: Integrated Marketing Communications
MKT 3500: Marketing Research & Decision-Making
MKT 4900*: Marketing Strategy

Select Three Marketing Electives (9 hours):
MKT 3600: Retailing and E-Commerce
MKT 4100: Emerging Technologies in Marketing
MKT 4300: Entrepreneurship
MKT 4400: Services Marketing
MKT 4600: Advanced Retailing
MKT 4800: Internship in Marketing

Marketing - Retailing Track

Electives: 6 hours

MKT 3100: Consumer & Organizational Buyer Behavior
MKT 3200: Principles of Selling
MKT 3300: International Marketing
MKT 3400: Integrated Marketing Communications
MKT 3500: Marketing Research & Decision-Making
MKT 4900*: Marketing Strategy

Retailing Track (9 hours required):
MKT 3600: Retailing and E-Commerce
MKT 4300: Entrepreneurship
MKT 4600: Advanced Retailing

Select Two Marketing Electives (6 hours):
MKT 4100: Emerging Technologies in Marketing
MKT 4400: Services Marketing
MKT 4800: Internship in Marketing

Supply Chain Management

Electives: 15 hours

SCM 3200: Basics of Supply Chain Management
SCM 3300: Quality and Process Management
SCM 3330: Planning & Control for Supply Chain Sys.
SCM 3340: Global Supply Chain Management

SCM 4250: Supply Chain Information Management
SCM 4600*: Supply Management
SCM 4950: Supply Chain Management Projects
ACC 3230: Management Accounting

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