Courses for School of Business Majors

School of Business Possible Courses for Freshman for Fall


First Year Seminar FYSM 100 

There are 17 different topics and you get to choose your top five. We will make every effort to put you in one of your five choices.

Core Disciplinary Quantitative Analysis (Math) CDQ

QBUS 100 Mathematics for Decision Making (All Business majors pre-registered)

Core Disciplinary Social Science   CDS

ECON 101  Micro Economics (All Business students are preregistered)
ECON 101  Honors - Micro Economics (permission needed by
ECON 102- Macro Economics ( Check this one if you have college credit in Micro Economics from HS



MKMG 113 Business and Organizational Communication (Half of the Marketing and Management students will be pre-registered in this course – other business majors usually do not take this course)

This course is also called MKGT 113 and MKRT 113.

CSIS 010  Intro to Computer Applications with lab 3 Credits 
CSIS 011  Problem Solving With Spreadsheets 1 Credit  (For students with some knowledge of Microsoft Excel)    Students usually take this in addition to their five courses
SSX  Test  If you have extensive knowledge of Excel and wish to test out of this requirement , check here


In addition to the above three or four courses you need to select any of the courses below that you are interested in.  Your final class (es) in your first semester will probably come from one of the core areas listed below


Core Disciplinary English CDE

ENGL 011 Literary Perspectives                       
ENGL 090  Freshman Honors Great Books - (permission needed by


Core Disciplinary History CDH
HIST 101  Shaping of the Contemporary World 
HIST 190  Freshman Honors History         - (permission needed by

Core Disciplinary Philosophy  CDP

PHIL 101   Philosophy and the Human Being     
PHIL 103   Reason and Argument
PHIL 101   Honors - Philosophy and the Human Being (permission needed by

Core Disciplinary Religious Studies CDR
RELG 121 Intro to Biblical Studies                   
RELG 141 Intro to Religious Thought             
RELG101  Religion in Western Culture             
RELG 181 Experiences of the Sacred                
RELG 101 Honors - Religion in Western Culture (permission needed by

Core Disciplinary Creative Arts CDA

CREA 102 Introduction to Visual Arts
CREA 103 Introduction to Music 
CREA 104 Introduction to Theatre
CREA 231 Art to the 15th Century 

CREA 232 Art From the 15th Century


Core Disciplinary Natural Science CDN

BIOL 025  Human Biology - designed for non-science majors
PHYS 010   Astronomy -  designed for non-science majors

The following are designed for Science majors, but are open to all
CHEM 110  General Chemistry I - with Lab  

ENVA 100  Environmental Science - with Lab    
PHYS 110  General Physics IA - with Lab  
PHYS 130 General Physics I – with Lab



Language Electives

ARAB 101 Arabic I  

ATDV 250 Chinese 1


FREN 101 Fundamentals of French I                                  
FREN 201 Intermediate French I                                                    
FREN 301 French Conversation I                                                   

GERM 101 Fundamentals of German I                                           
GREK 101  Elemenatary Greek I

ITAL101 Fundamentals of Italian I                                                 
ITAL201 Intermediate Italian I                                                       
ITAL 301 Communication in Italian  I

LATN 101 Elementary College Latin I                                            
LATN 201 Intermediate Latin I                                                         

RUSS 101 Fundamentals of Russian I                                                
RUSS 201 Intermediate Russian I

SPAN 101 Fundamentals of Spanish I                                              
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I
SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II

SPAN 301 Communication in Spanish I 
SPAN 301 Communication in Spanish I


EDUC 210 Issues in Contemporary American Education
POSC 100 Contemporary U.S. Politics 
POSC 205 State and Local Government
PSYC 100 General Psychology 
SWRK 100 Introduction Social Welfare and Social Work 
SOCI 101 General Sociology 
SOCI 120 Global Social Problems
SOCI 130 The Family


There are additional electives available and these can be viewed on the courses for liberal Arts majors. However, since business students have only a few liberal arts electives, we recommend that you take core classes if possible in your first semester.