• Department of Accounting,  Business Administration, and Economics

  • Management

    Management courses provide students with a knowledge of the administrative concepts necessary for a career in the modern Business world. Courses in this area teach the elements of the managerial process of Business organizations and the behavior of the people within them.

    In addition to required courses in Business, Accounting, and Economics, the student has the opportunity to freely choose courses in the social sciences, physical sciences, and humanities.

    Sample Program | Course Descriptions

    First Semester Second Semester
    Introduction to Business Principles of Marketing
    Catholic Traditions in Fine Arts Core     Applied Calculus
    Literature Core History Core    
    Natural Science Core Natural Science Core
    Theology Core Philosophy Core
    First Semester Second Semester
    Business Law I
    Business Law II    
    Introductory Accounting I     Business Analysis    
    Princ. of Econ. I (Macro)     Introductory Accounting II    
    Found of Bus Statistics     Princ. of Econ. II (Micro)    
    Theology Core Philosophy Core
    First Semester Second Semester
    Organization and Mgt
    Labor Relations    
    Corporation Finance Quantitative Management
    Managerial Accounting
    Money and Banking
    Labor Economics
    American Founding Principles Core    
    Social Science Core     Elective
    Theology or Philosophy Core  
    First Semester Second Semester
    Human Resources Management Strategic Management    
    Industrial Management Business and Society
    Elective** Thesis
    Elective Elective
    Elective Elective

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